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Our Vision

Every child needs and has the right to be safe, have a permanent home, and realize the opportunity to not merely survive but thrive. Learn More.

The Ride NJ Virtual Cycling Challenge For Children

Our work has taken on even greater meaning during this pandemic, as the crisis is disproportionately affecting abused and neglected foster children.  Join us on our new endeavor - the Ride NJ Virtual Cycling Challenge! Not only can you do this cycling challenge yourself, it's a great way to get your family involved, too! Click on the image above to learn more.



CASA SHaW's Statement On Systemic Racism

CASA stands in solidarity with the African American community and shares the national outrage over the unjust killings of black Americans and the impact that systemic racism has on our economic, political, and justice systems. As an organization advocating for the needs and rights of children in foster care, we are well aware of the racial disparity and disproportionality that children of color and their families face. 

For the last several years, we have trained our advocates, staff, and child welfare partners about systemic bias, the impacts of trauma, and the profound, lifelong impacts of poverty and disenfranchisement. We are committed to listening, to learning, and to fighting for equality.

We mourn the loss of life that has sparked protests across our nation. We recognize this reaction as an expression of the deep and unrelenting traumas felt by the black community. This experience is multigenerational and real. We were moved by a protester’s sign that read: 'All mothers were summoned when George Floyd called out for his momma." It spoke to all of us.

We are here for you, and we stand ready to help.

“Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.“ -Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), Statesman, author, publisher, scientist, inventor and diplomat.

Our Impact This Year

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  • Current Active CASA Volunteers


  • Case Hours Donated by CASA


  • Percent of Children Without a CASA


In 2020, you might be wondering if being happy is something you could admit to—but even during challenging times, there are ways to boost your mood and try to celebrate the good things in life.

When it comes to living an altruistic life that can help make a difference for others, one of the most valuable things you can give your community is the gift of volunteering.

  • Johnson & Johnson Finance Corporation
    Johnson & Johnson Finance Corporation
  • Johnson & Johnson IT Services
    Johnson & Johnson IT Services
  • Deborah & Steve Cummins
    Deborah & Steve Cummins
  • DeSapio Properties
    DeSapio Properties
  • Janet Wesselmann & Mike Dorans
    Janet Wesselmann & Mike Dorans
  • The Moran Family
    The Moran Family
  • Brian Auger
    Brian Auger
  • Thomas Dilts
    Thomas Dilts
  • Gina & Walter Foster
    Gina & Walter Foster
  • Goldstein Law Firm
    Goldstein Law Firm
  • Toubin Family
    Toubin Family
  • Dr. Victoria Width & Mr. Richard Width
    Dr. Victoria Width & Mr. Richard Width
  • Windels, Marx, and Lane
    Windels, Marx, and Lane
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