We Wore Blue to Kick Off Child Abuse Prevention Month

Our community kicked off Child Abuse Prevention Month this April on Wear Blue Day on April 1. We wore Blue and a Smile. People from across the community came together for just a few minutes to show concern, passion, support and solidarity of protecting these children and the work being done by many to break the cycle of abuse. 

A report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds

CASA-CAN sponsors Young Artists  
"Feeling safe"

During April, 3rd graders in the Great Falls Public Schools participated in "Feeling Safe", an art contest sponsored by CASA-CAN. Each child received a ribbon for participating and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons were awarded in each classroom. The artwork went home in Wednesday envelopes.  2015 is the second year CASA-CAN has sponsored this event. 

Join Us to Change Futures

Consider giving a gift of hope. When you make a donation to CASA-CAN you are helping to ensure that a safe, permanent home is a reality rather than a dream for a child who has been hurt at the hands of someone who is supposed to care for him. Whether you can give time or contribute monetarily, you will help support a child's future and contribute to keeping our community whole and healthy.

A one time gift or an automatic monthly or quarterly contribution supports guardians ad litem in their work advocating for children who cannot speak for themselves.

It's safe and easy to give online. And what better gift can you give than to make a donation in memory of a friend or family member? A special someone would be honored to have a part in protecting our children.  

If you prefer you can send your contribution to:

325 2nd Ave N
Great Falls MT 59401

However you choose to give, your contribution helps CASA-CAN move closer to providing a guardian ad litem to every child in Cascade County who needs one. You will be a critical part of protecting our children. 

Your company may have a matching gift program that will  augment your contribution. Inquires can usually be made at the company's benefits office.

It is easier to build up a child than it is to repair an adult ~ Desmond Tutu