Court Appointed Special Advocates® (CASA) are community volunteers, just like you, who stand up and speak out to help abused and neglected children. Our CASAs advocate for child victims of abuse and neglect right here in our Forsyth County community.
Our CASA program belongs to a network of 951 community-based programs around the United States that recruit, train and support citizen-volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in courtrooms and communities.
Please consider joining our CASA team as we strive to make Forsyth County a stronger community!
Please click here to find out more about our CASA Mission and Vision. our CASA staff and Board of Directors, and to contact our office.
Become a foster child's voice—apply to be an Advocate for for our foster children through CASA of Forsyth County. A sad statistic: there were over 15,000 children in Georgia foster care in 2017! We need more volunteers to advocate on behalf of the foster children we serve here in Forsyth County!
Don't delay! A local foster child needs YOU to be their voice!
Our NEXT CASA training class begins on Thursday evening, March 12! This mandatory 8-week training class (Thursday evenings only except for April 9th) is required to become a CASA volunteer.
Click on the arrow tab below to fill out the online CASA volunteer application or call us at the CASA office (770)886-4082.
Our 12th Annual CASA Superhero 5K/Little Hero 1K Fun Run is coming up on 2.22.2020! This is a 5k and Peachtree Road Race qualifier!
Please plan to join us for this special annual event at Academy Sports-Collections Forsyth. To register go to casasuperheroforsyth.org!
Click HERE to see more about our upcoming CASA events!
CASA of Forsyth County was well-represented at the Georgia State Capitol on February 14th, 2019! Our CASA group met several state legislators and had an informative day learning more about the legislative impact on child welfare. Left to right: Paula Malmfeldt, CASA Executive Director; Sheri Ginty, CASA Advocacy Case Manager; Holly Barrett, CASA volunteer Advocate; Lauren Morris, CASA Advocacy Case Manager; Bob Almand, CASA volunteer Advocate; Lori Pupp, CASA Advocacy Director; and TJ Smith, CASA Board of Directors Chair-Elect.
CASA of Forsyth County was chosen as a Chamber of Commerce non-profit finalist for 2019! We are humbled and grateful to have been bestowed this prestigious award by the Cumming-Forsyth Chamber of Commerce. Left to right: Lori Pupp, CASA Director of Advocacy; Paula Malmfeldt, CASA Executive Director; Ed Jones, CASA volunteer Advocate; and Jo Beth Harrison, CASA Implementation Specialist.
Our Annual Holiday Party at Stars and Strikes was a huge success! Thank you to our generous hosts, Stars and Strikes, for allowing our county's foster children and their families to enjoy this special morning at your fun facility. Happy Holidays, everyone!
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