CASA of Collin County Seeks Male Volunteers

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Collin County, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for the well-being of children in the community, is issuing an urgent call for male volunteer advocates.

In an effort to create a lasting impact and foster the futures of children in need, CASA of Collin County recognizes the exceptional role that male role models can play in a child’s life. The organization firmly believes that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive, and the urgency of this call for all volunteers is crucial to making a difference.

Male volunteer advocates bring unique perspectives and experiences that will empower children. By committing their time, efforts and hearts, these advocates inspire children to find their true potential, teach them how to trust again, and instill hope to help them overcome the challenges they face.

With a few hours a week, male volunteers can help to transform the life trajectory of a child, offering guidance, stability and unwavering support. Whether it’s helping with schoolwork, participating in recreational activities, or simply being an empathetic listener, CASA of Collin County encourages male advocates to make a difference in a child’s life by simply being present.

CASA of Collin County invites all male individuals with a heart for making a positive difference in the lives of children to explore this incredible volunteer opportunity.

For more information on becoming a volunteer advocate with CASA of Collin County, visit

By Winston Henvey I Aug 4, 2023

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