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Advocates Helping Advocates

We know that you came to CASA Child Advocates to serve the most vulnerable children in our community. In these uncertain times, you – the helper – may find that you need assistance.

Here at CASA, we want to be able to serve our volunteers who may need help. If you are a volunteer who needs assistance with grocery shopping, mailing a package or other errands, please email our Training Director, Ann Marie Ronsman, at annmarie@casaspeaks4kids.com. Ann Marie has graciously offered to help coordinate these assistance efforts, so please share with her what you need, the date/time by which you need it, and your home address. She will match you to a volunteer who can assist you.

Alternately, if you are a CASA Advocate who is healthy, not part of a high-risk group (People 65 years or older, and/or people with medical issues, like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, or a weakened immune system,) have NO SYMPTOMS of illness, and you are willing to assist a fellow Advocate, email Ann Marie and let her know that you are wiling to help. Please share the types of help you are willing to give (grocery shopping, picking up a prescription, delivering a meal, post office, etc.) and in which area you live. As opportunities arise, Ann Marie will contact you need and details.

Our goal is to make sure all of our Advocates are safe and have the assistance they need at this time. All guidelines such as social distancing must be observed at all times. View the Texas DSHS guidelines here: https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/coronavi… Just as we have always worked together to serve the children of Montgomery County, we will work together to serve one other!

Ann McAlpin, Executive Director | CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County