Go Blue for CASA During Child Abuse Prevention Month
Every April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month acknowledges the importance of working together to prevent child abuse and neglect, and promote the overall well-being of children and families. We ask that you support Child Abuse Prevention Month and help raise awareness and much-needed funding for foster youth by “Going Blue” and dressing down for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children in April!
Teachers, employees, or students at your school or business can dress down, wear beads, ribbons or anything blue with a $1-$5 donation per person. CASA will provide each group with “I went Blue for CASA” stickers, flyers, and any other materials and assistance necessary to promote the Go Blue for CASA Dress Down Day at your school or business.
All funds support CASA’s mission of speaking on behalf of abused and neglected children in the foster care system and ensuring these children are placed in safe permanent homes as quickly as possible.
Participants are encouraged to take pictures of Dress Down activities and use the #IWentBlueforCASA in all social media posts.
To participate in the Dress Down Day, simply fill out the form below, email Lauren Crenshaw or call (609) 601-7800. Thank you in advance for your support.