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We are excited to announce that our Valencia County branch has new offices!

We were especially happy to be able to express our gratitude to the employees of HP that provide Christmas gifts to our kids in care through their Giving Tree program.

At an uncertain time these small touches can be comforting. Thank you again for the generosity of your group, Rio Rancho United Methodist Church!

Thank You to Keller Williams Albuquerque!

Do You Believe in Magic?

Thank You to the Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce Visionaries!

Thank You Target!

Getting Ready for Back to School!

Thank you to all of our volunteers and board members!

VALENCIA COUNTY, N.M. — The CASA Partners 4NMKids is in serious need of volunteers for Valencia County. The Court Appointed Special Advocates is a national nonprofit that’s helped neglected or abused children for nearly 60 years. The Executive Director for Sandoval and Valencia counties, Ginny Thomas, said they work with children in CYFD custody. “We report directly to the judges as to what’s in the best interest of the kids. We work closely with the children and get to know them,” said Thomas. They’re not social workers, instead, CASA volunteers visit children in foster homes to offer extra needs like therapy and education. Thomas said they need more help. “Sandoval County has twice the population of Valencia, but Valencia County has more than three times as many children in care,” she said. Thomas said Sandoval County has 27 volunteers while Valencia County has 23. However, Valencia has about 80 children without a volunteer. Thomas hopes at least 30 people will sign up, but she can take in 40 to 50. People are required to complete 30 hours of training that takes place once a week for seven weeks. A judge will swear in a volunteer and assign them to a case.

Santa Ana Golf Club, Bernalillo

Thanks Los Lunas Tigers!

2019 CASA Re-branding Campaign

CASAs are Better Together!

Leadership Sandoval County Collaborates with CYFD

Thank You to the New Mexico Crime Victim's Reparation Commission for Hosting!

Rio Grande Chapter of The Guardians of the Children Hosts their 6th Annual Family Fun Day

April 7-13 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week.

Thank you to Realty 1 of New Mexico, The Duke City Bristlers, Ms. Isonhood's Hoover Middle School 8th Grade Class, and the Rio Rancho Premiere Theater!

Generous Jewelry Customers Give Big to CASA

Raising our Profile While Enjoying Delicious Breakfast

Foster families and advocacy groups come together to celebrate our work together for kids in care.

A Great Afternoon of Community Outreach for CASA Partners 4NMKIDS.

Taking Time to strengthen and support volunteer advocates.

Stop by Suite 103 of the Monte Vista Office Plaza to see our new space.

Hewlett Packard Gives Big this Christmas

Community Partner The Range Cottonwood Gives Again

Presbyterian Health Plan Stuffs 250+ Stockings for Children in Valencia County.

CASA Children's Christmas Party was a tremendous success due to the efforts of generous community partners.

CASA Children's Christmas Party was a tremendous success due to the efforts of generous community partners.

CASA Partners 4NMKIDS volunteer coordinators attend national Training of Facilitator event.

CASA Partners 4NMKIDS hosts and Evening of Appreciation.

CASA Partners 4NMKIDS along with community partners enjoy the message of author Ashley Rhodes-Courter.

Trunk or Treat with Keller Williams in Los Lunas!

New CASAs Complete Training

Thanks to Rotary Club of Rio Rancho.

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