Click here for the direct link to the article. By Karen Gardner Radke, email@example.com Towson Times For a child placed into foster care, having an advocate is an important part of living an improved life.Mike Meltzer, of Lutherville, can now officially help abused or neglected children in foster care to successfully navigate the system. On… Read more »
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Nowadays, when Ann Marie Binsner holds trainings for foster care providers on ways to provide safe environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender kids, there is “always the choir” of attendees who understand the need and are eager to learn. But there are still those who are “closed to the work,” as well, Binsner said… Read more »
Baltimore, Md. (June 3, 2015) –Maryland Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Association has appointed two new members to its Board of Directors. Jessica Schmidt-Bonifant, a resident of White Marsh, has been appointed to assist with CASA’s fundraising endeavors. Schmidt-Bonifant is currently a Major Gifts Officer for the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and brings… Read more »
Towson, MD — Maryland CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Association hosted its 9th Annual Statewide Conference on Saturday, April 25th, 2015 at the Judicial Education & Conference Center in Annapolis, MD to help CASA volunteers, staff members, attorneys, and social workers alike to expand their knowledge-base on how to best advocate for Maryland’s abused… Read more »
Deborah Blair Joins Maryland CASA Board! TOWSON, Md. (April 2, 2015) – Maryland CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Association has appointed Deborah Blair to a two-year term on its board of directors. “As a mother of a terrific daughter and grandmother of two adopted girls, the work that Maryland CASA does in supporting organizations working… Read more »
To read the article on CASA of Montgomery County posted on the Gazette website, please click here!
Read the press release regarding Priority Partner’s sponsoring Maryland CASA’s first annual Foster Youth Summit. Click here to read the article!
Frederick, MD – Having completed 30 hours of classroom training and two to three hours of court observation, five volunteers will officially be able to help abused or neglected children in foster care. Click here to read entire story.