Yavapai CASA For Kids Foundation works to enrich the lives of current and former foster youth and support the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program.
- We have the commitment to serve the neglected and abused children in Yavapai County with respect for everyone involved in their cases.
- We have the passion to persevere and succeed in the CASA mission to help each child thrive in a safe, permanent and nurturing home.
- We have the integrity to operate with the highest standards of quality, effectiveness, confidentiality, and accountability to the children we serve, CASA volunteers, donors, and partners.
Foster Youth Served in 2022
Worth of Grants for Kids Awarded in 2022
Spent on Clothing & Emergency Assistance for Foster Youth in 2022
Hours of Family Visitation Center Use in 2022
Why It Matters
An average of 25 children are taken from their families and placed in foster care, each day, in Arizona.
Many of these kids arrive in care with only the clothes on their backs. They experience immense trauma as their sense of normalcy is stripped from them.
There are 400 of these kids in Yavapai County. 400 kids, at a disadvantage statistically who just need a little extra attention, care, and help.
When the harsh winds of trauma blow out the candles of innocence, it’s up to us to reignite the flame. We do this by helping foster kids be able to do everything a non-foster child would have the opportunity to do. Everything from having a bike to ride, going to prom, to having their first birthday party, and much more.
Supporting a child is changing a life.