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Since Henrico CASA began accepting cases in 1994, we have helped promote safe homes for nearly 2,000 children.  During the past fiscal year, 124 CASA volunteers provided a voice in court for 346 children.  Click below to view our most recent annual report, audit and 990 tax form for July 2012 to June 2013 that details how we accomplished this. 

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Henrico CASA Wins Governor's Award

Pictured (left to right): Governor Bob McDonnell; Barbara Herzog, Henrico CASA Executive Director; The Honorable Margaret W. Deglau, Chief Judge of the Henrico Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court; Patricia Hackler, Henrico CASA Board Member; Richard Davis, Henrico CASA Volunteer; Mario Chambers, Henrico CASA Board Member. 

To celebrate the amazing volunteers who are the foundation of our work, Henrico CASA volunteers were nominated for the Governor's Volunteerism and Community Service Awards.

On June 6, 2013 at an awards ceremony held at Hunton & Williams LLP, Governor Bob McDonnell announced the nine winners of the 2013 Governor's Volunteerism and Community Service Awards recognizing individuals and organizations for their extraordinary volunteer efforts that contribute to the life and welfare of citizens throughout the Commonwealth.  

Henrico CASA was the recipient in the category of Outstanding Community Organization. 

"It's important that we celebrate the positive impact individuals, families, businesses and non-profits make in their communities through volunteerism each year," said Governor McDonnell. "The honorees recognized here today are agents of change and inspire all Virginians to engage in their communities."

"Volunteerism strengthens outcomes for individuals and families throughout the Commonwealth," said Margaret Ross Schultze, Commissioner, Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS). "We're honored to acknowledge these contributions which have helped those in need live safer, more fulfilling lives." 

The award ceremony was sponsored by Hunton and Williams, LLP with support from Genworth Financial in collaboration with VDSS' Office on Volunteerism and Community Service and the Governor's Advisory Board on Volunteering and National and Community Service.

A warm congratulations and sincere appreciation to all of our volunteers for their ongoing commitment to keeping children in our community safe from abuse and neglect.