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  1. Our Focus on Philanthropy

    It’s that time a year when you’re likely getting lots of mail and emails regarding “Year End Donations” – It’s also likely you’ve recently received some of those from Child Advocates. During 2018 and beyond we’re focusing on philanthropy at Child Advocates and want to help you understand what exactly that means for the children…

  2. Volunteer Interview with Stacey Moore

    When did you become a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Volunteer? I’ve been a CASA Volunteer for about 2 years. What made you decide to become a CASA Volunteer? I knew it was something I could do. I wanted to give back and I know children needed help. I thought it was time for me to get…

  3. Helping Foster Children Reach Their Fullest Potential

    Allan, a semi-retired pharmacist, read a book years ago that affected him profoundly, “Throw Away Children”, by Judge Lisa Richette. In her clarion call for reform, the author recounts many heart-wrenching cases of children who fell through the cracks of the juvenile court system – children who are left feeling unprotected, unloved and bereft of…

  4. What We’re Thankful for in 2018

    Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. – Melody Beattie. There are a lot of reasons why it’s…

  5. Staff Member Brian Robinson Accepts Jefferson Award

    Child Advocates staff member Brian Robinson accepted the Jefferson Award for his outstanding service to the Indianapolis community. Please join us in congratulating Brian! His nomination is below and you can view his full interview on WRTV 6 here. Brian Robinson changes the lives of children and individuals in our community every single day. Professionally,…

  6. CASA Volunteer Melanie Martin Empowers Children

    Melanie wanted to give back to her community and decided that the CASA volunteer program would be a good fit. “When I first signed up to be a CASA volunteer, I didn’t anticipate I’d be meeting these kids who handle their grueling situations with such strength and grace,” said Melanie. “I know I’ve made an…

  7. Educational Advocacy – Tips to Help Advocate for Foster Kids in School

    August usually means two things to a child – summer is almost over and the first day of school is right around the corner. For the children we serve at Child Advocates, school can be a huge challenge. Consistency isn’t always a given. Often our kids are starting new schools and possibly moving to new…

  8. Volunteer Program, New Training Director

    Child Advocates is pleased to announce Chris Mundy as our new Director of Training for the Volunteer Program. Mundy has served Child Advocates for over 14 years. “I’m excited about the opportunity to enhance the training of the volunteer program so our CASA Volunteers are able to do a great job of serving our children,”…

  9. The Best Decision I Ever Made

    Like most of us, Faith leads a busy life. Business appointments, errands, and family responsibilities can stretch Judy to the limit. Some may balk at the busy pace, but it does not bother Faith. She is used to the mileage and the challenges of a busy life. She is a mother, a grandmother, a business…

  10. Board Member Spotlight, featuring Kimberle Seale

    This week we’re featuring Kimberle Seale, who is a current board member at Child Advocates and President of Vincerem. Kim is an experienced corporate executive with an extensive background in strategy, leadership, process improvement and software development. She is recognized for her performance in building collaborative leaders and teams that accelerate business performance within multiple industries. Kim’s…