A Statement from our Executive Director

Dear Friends,

Denver CASA has continued advocating for children in innovative ways during the pandemic and we have evolved how this contact looks while social restrictions have eased.  CASA Volunteers have stepped up in a huge way to ensure the children they are advocating for are safe. We have sent laptops to guarantee access to technology and schooling, bought grocery gift cards for families, and one volunteer worked incredibly hard to acquire internet for a family. Zoom calls, phone calls, and online games have also been essential to maintain consistent communication with the children we serve.

Denver CASA is ensuring that we are working in complete accordance with Denver restrictions and recommendations. Communication with our CASA Volunteers have been constant to ensure safety for all. While we are in uncharted territory, our commitment to children is steadfast and we will continue to evolve and advocate for the children in the Denver community. The training of CASA Volunteers has also moved to a virtual platform through Zoom. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or how volunteering looks during the times of COVID-19, please reach out.

Stay Healthy & Safe,

Karen Silverman

Executive Director

CASA Volunteer Visits During COVID-19 & Resources For CASA Volunteers:

Child Advocates – Denver CASA is doing everything to ensure safety for our CASA Volunteers and the children we serve. For Safer at Home: CASA Volunteer Guidelines, please click here. We greatly appreciate the innovative and incredible ways CASA Volunteers are connecting with the children in our community.

How you can help!

  1. Become a CASA Volunteer
  2. Monetary donations
  3. Spread the word to your family, friends, and co-workers about Child Advocates – Denver CASA.



For more information on COVID-19, please go to the CDC’s website.