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2016 – 2017 Team Up with CASA Report

What an incredible year for CASA of Williamson County!In addition to serving 220 children with 113 volunteers, 79 children left CPS care, 87% of which are now in safe, permanent homes. This is thanks to our wonderful volunteers and supporters…we could not and cannot do it without the help and support of our community!!
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CASA of Williamson County Leader Accepts Position with CASA of Travis County

CASA of Williamson County, which recruits, trains and supports volunteers who advocate for children in the child protection system, will begin the search for a new executive director as current Executive Director Alisa De Luna joins CASA of Travis County on July 11th.

“It is with a mix of excitement and sadness that we announce the resignation of our Executive Director Alisa De Luna,” said Brian King, president of the CASA of Williamson County Board of Directors. “Alisa has been our executive director since 2010 and she has skillfully led our CASA organization with energy and class. Together we have witnessed a myriad accomplishments under her determined leadership and steadfast guidance.”

Ms. De Luna has accepted the position of Senior Director of Community Initiatives at CASA of Travis County, another of the 72 CASA organizations in Texas that last year served more than 1,800 children with nearly 650 volunteers. She...

Special Events

16 Sep 2018

CASA Superhero Run

Run, walk or fly to the 2018 CASA Superhero Run 5K and Kids 1K on 9.16.18 in Austin, Texas, where you can be a superhero for children who've experience abuse and neglect.

16 Feb 2019

Soiree: A Coming Together for Kids

Three local non-profits are pooling their time, energy and love for a collaborative fundraising project to benefit our local youth. 

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