Our mission is to improve outcomes for Alaska’s CASA (court-appointed special advocates) eligible youth by supporting Alaska’s CASA program and volunteers.
Make a difference in the life of an abused child more than 4,500 Alaskan children, victims of abuse and neglect, are in state or tribal custody. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) speak out to help these abused and neglected children. To a foster child adrift in the system, having a CASA volunteer advocate is more than a compass — it’s a lifeline.
The VALUES of Friends of Alaska CASA
Friends of Alaska CASA honors the Alaska CASA volunteers who ensure Alaska’s CASA eligible youth have a voice and opportunity to thrive.
Friends of Alaska CASA strives to support the individual needs of CASA eligible youth and empower youth in their culture and community.
Friends of Alaska CASA honors the diversity of Alaska and supports the Alaska CASA program’s efforts to recruit CASA volunteers who represent the many faces of youth in state or tribal custody.