Connie Stephens Describes CASA’S Marvelous Mission

CASA Executive Director Connie Stephens

For years I had admired the dedicated work of CASA’s Executive Director, Connie Stephens, so I felt privileged to welcome her as my guest in “The Communication Corner,” the interview program I host for WBCX, 89.1 FM, “The Voice of Brenau.” The program airs Tuesday at 9:00 a.m., with a rebroadcast Thursday at 6:00 a.m.

Connie Stephens has spent the last two decades helping neglected, abandoned, and abused children in northeast Georgia. Her leadership skills have expanded CASA’s impact dramatically. You will find your heart warmed as you listen to our discussion about these and related topics:

–How CASA initially attracted her as a volunteer
–What the organization does to rescue mistreated children and find supportive placement for them
–The selection, training, and supervision of Advocates
–What the drug scene has done to escalate child abuse
–Thrilling case histories of children CASA has served and nurtured
–“The Little House,” CASA’s new local headquarters
–State and national impact of CASA
–Why volunteering improves the lives of those who commit their time and talents
–The significance of charitable gifts for CASA

CONTACT CASA TO LEARN MORE AND OFFER YOUR SUPPORT

To learn more about this child-centered cause, and to offer your support as a volunteer and contributor, visit CASA’s Web site:
http://www.halldawsoncasa.org

To call CASA: 770-531-1964 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              770-531-1964      end_of_the_skype_highlighting beg

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