CASA in the Community

CASA is Proud to be an Active Member of Our Community

 

Making Masks with CASA: Delivering Our Masks!

Delivering homemade masks from our amazing volunteers! Left to Right: Laura Wall (Executive Director, CASA Mercer Burlington) and Albert Newkirk of DCP&P

 

Brett Bauman, of DCP&P, picks up masks and cookies to be delivered to children in out-of-home placement

Cookies for CASA! – Thank you to our friends at Investors Bank, who generously donated hundreds of cookies to be delivered to our CASA kids as we resume in-person visits.

A generous donation of cookies from our friends at Investors Bank

Making Masks with CASA! – In late spring 15 volunteers made over 400 masks for CASA, which will be donated to CASA children and to DCPP case workers in both Burlington and Mercer Counties in early July. See some of our volunteers below.

Homemade masks and sign being held by members of the Princeton Sankofa Stitchers Modern Quilt Guild
Members of the Princeton Sankofa Stitchers Modern Quilt Guild hold homemade masks. Left to right: Vickie Meisel, Gail Mitchell, Judith Miles, and Connie Ellis

 

Homemade masks and sign being held by members of the Princeton Sankofa Stitchers Modern Quilt Guild and CASA staff and advisory members
Princeton Sankofa Stitchers Modern Quilt Guild members are joined by CASA with their homemade masks. Left to right: Gail Mitchell, Judith Miles, Marge Smith (CASA Mercer Advisory Committee Chairperson), Laura Wall (Executive Director, CASA Mercer Burlington), Denyse Leslie (CASA Mercer Advisory Committee member), Vickie Meisel, and Connie Ellis

 

Holman Auto Delivers! – Recently the employees over at Holman Auto were kind enough to come together to make blankets to be donated to children in out-of-home placement. See these great blanket-making volunteers below!

Holman Auto employees busy at work making blankets for CASA kids

 

Holman Auto employees show off their homemade blankets to be delivered to CASA kids