2015 GO Blue & Child Abuse Prevention Month

Events and Fundraisers

and
Go Blue for CASA Kids 2015
 campaign to support Child Abuse Prevention Month
           THANK YOU to everyone who participated in April's Child Abuse Prevention Month and 
GO Blue EventThe month is over but the work continues on.

GO BLUE
On Friday, April 10 support the maltreated children in our communities by looking for tell tale signs that your place of business, school or other organization is participating in GO Blue for CASA Kids. 

GO Blue is a Dress Down Day where wearing blue jeans or anything else blue indicates that you are standing up for an end to Child Abuse and making the statement that Child Abuse will not be tolerated.

ARE YOU READY TO GO BLUE for CASA during 
NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

If you want your business or school to wear blue
on Friday, April 10th, contact us today at info@casashaw.org  to receive your promotional package to share with colleagues and friends in support of this event or, 
Contact Tracey Heisler, CASA SHaW's Executive Director at (908) 689-5515 or tracey@casashaw.org 
to participate in this event.



RAISE AWARENESS. SPREAD THE WORD.
It takes a community.  

Anytime a child is abused or neglected, it’s a tragedy – one that all too often scars victims for a lifetime. 

National Child Abuse Prevention Month– is a time when caring people go the extra mile to raise awareness of the terrible toll that abuse and neglect take on young lives and to remind our community that we all have a part to play in identifying and preventing such harm. At CASA SHaW, we are preventing abuse and neglect every month of the year.

Studies have shown that children who have suffered abuse or neglect are more likely to struggle in school, have run-ins with law enforcement, experience homelessness or abuse drugs or alcohol. Research also shows that abused children are more apt to grow up to abuse their own kids.

At CASA SHaW, we help abused and neglected children heal so they can live happier, safer lives. Our CASA volunteers – court-appointed special advocates – make sure kids don’t get lost in the overburdened legal and social service systems or languish in unsupportive foster homes. CASA volunteers stay with children until their court case is closed and the child is placed in a safe, permanent home.


"It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are."
-e.e. cumming


Thank you to our community partners who participated in GO Blue during Child Abuse Prevention Month.

  • Hope Township School
  • First Hope Bank
  • Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn, & Roemersma
  • Norris, McLaughlin, & Marcus
  • NORWESCAP


  • Somerset County Freeholders Proclamation

  • Warren County Freeholders Proclamation

  • Somerville Mayoral Proclamation

  • Hunterdon County Freeholders Proclamation

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