As a board member of Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) of Ventura County, you will do more than help children in foster care (though you’ll do that, too). You will find reward in serving as a volunteer to help the most vulnerable children in our community.
This is a “working” board, meaning our members provide strategic and financial direction to the organization’s leadership team, and they actively participate in fundraising and networking activities. On average, board members commit four hours a month to this volunteer role.
BOARD APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
The CASA of Ventura County board member application process is currently open. For more information about board member expectations and to apply, please click the button below.
About CASA of Ventura County
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Ventura County recruits, screens, trains, and supports volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected court-dependent children in courtrooms and communities.
Perks of being our Board Member
Build Your Network
Support CASA Volunteers
There are approximately 700 children and youth in foster care in Ventura County. We believe that every court-dependent abused or neglected child should be safe, have permanence and the opportunity to thrive, and have a strong, compassionate volunteer Advocate.
As an ambassador for the organization, you gain connections not only in your professional space — you grow your networks in the community at large.
A CASA volunteer is a trained community member who becomes a sworn officer of the court by the Juvenile Court Judges to represent the best interests of a court-dependent child. CASAs ensure children involved with dependency or delinquency courts have a voice in their proceedings.