Get Grounded Spotlight: Denver CASA Serves Kids in Juvenile Court

Since 2015, The Get Grounded Foundation has awarded grants biannually to Denver-based nonprofits that focus on at-risk youth in the areas of child abuse and neglect, youth behavioral health or childhood hunger relief. GroundFloor Media (GFM) and our sister agency, CenterTable, started our Get Grounded Spotlight Series to highlight past recipients and show their outstanding work in the community. The latest episode spotlights Denver CASA, an organization dedicated to advocating for Denver’s abused and neglected children in the juvenile court system.

CASAs, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, represent the child’s best interests in juvenile court and give a voice to children that don’t have the power to speak for themselves. CASAs are volunteers who spend numerous hours bonding with the children they fight for. They also work with the courts to find the best possible solution for their future. Several members of GFM have been so inspired by their work that they have chosen to become CASAs themselves. Watch the video above to learn more about Denver CASA and how you can become involved.

Please check out our previous Get Grounded Spotlight episodes on our Vimeo channel and keep an eye out on our social channels for when you can submit your application for our Fall 2018 grants. If you’re interested in getting involved with Denver CASA, click here for more information.

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