CASA of the Mid-Shore Seeks Volunteer Advocates

“CASA volunteer Beverly Ann Ferguson and CASA Board member Brett Summers share their hopeful messages during Volunteer Appreciation Week.” CASA of the Mid-Shore, a private, non-profit organization serving Talbot, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, and Kent Counties, seeks volunteer advocates to work with children under court protection to ensure their right to thrive in a safe, permanent […]

Join Our Efforts

With a new year comes new opportunities to make a change for the better in your community. When you join our efforts at CASA of the Mid-Shore, you are making a difference in the life of a child in need – right in your own backyard. CASA of the Mid Shore is a private, non-profit […]

A Worthy New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s resolutions typically focus on self-improvement: lose weight, stop smoking, exercise. This year, why not resolve to do something more lasting? You can resolve to improve the life of a local child by becoming a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). If not in a position to volunteer, you can help by making a […]

Truancy Reduction Program

CASA of the Mid-Shore recently branched out to begin providing volunteer advocates to truant children as young as six years of age found by the Dorchester Circuit Court to need services. Dorchester Circuit Court Judge Brett Wilson, troubled by young children in his courtroom with multiple unexcused absences from school, conceived the groundbreaking concept of […]