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Every child needs a hero, but abused children need superheroes! Run, walk or fly to the 2019 CASA Superhero Race 10K, 5K and Kids 1 Mile Fun Run on June 18th, 2022. Marion County CASA hopes you will put on your best cape or costume and join us for a fun run, walk, or stroll at Riverfront Park
Race packet pick up will be on Friday, June 17th from 10 am- 5 pm at our CASA office located at 3530 River Road N in Keizer. Day-of Registration/Race Check-in will begin on Saturday at 8 am at the Riverfront Park Pavilion.
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CASA is a national program dedicated to providing quality court advocacy services to abused and neglected children under the jurisdiction of the Dependency Court. The mission of CASA is simple – “to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so that they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.”
CASA makes a difference in the life of a child. In an overburdened child welfare system, the unique one-on-one relationship that forms between the CASA volunteer and dependent child is often the most stable, positive relationship the child has. CASA volunteers are a powerful voice for children. They make recommendations to the court that are in the child’s best interest and advise the court about what the child needs and wants, while providing the emotional support, stability and caring that every child deserves.
To learn more, go to Marion County CASA website:
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