CASA NEWS
2015 Scavenger Hunt

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CASA/GAL of Hancock County hosts several extraordinary events throughout the year to help raise money to support our work with abused, neglected and dependent children.  Check out the following events and CASA news... we look forward to having you join us!
 

 
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CASA NEWS
2015 Scavenger Hunt

CANCELLED
Thank you everyone, See you next year.
NEWS!
Meet our newest Community Partner
Our newest class of volunteers, all 19 of them!!!!!! are the result of our partnership with Marathon Petroleum Company.  This marks the first time that we know of, where a major American company has decided to step forward in a local community with time, resources, and people, to tackle a pressing human interest problem.  In the last year, this company has made the commitment to CASA/GAL of Hancock County and CASA programs across the country, to promote and support company staff who wanted to make a difference to abused and neglected children in need of a voice in court.  Some thirty volunteers stepped forward.  At this time the agency has 21 Marathon employees volunteering as guardians-ad-litems; 1 Marathon employee volunteering for public activities and security for advocates, when needed; and 1 Marathon employee serving on the CASA Board of Trustees.  This is just the beginning.  More trainings are planned for the future!
MORE NEWS!
  • Mar 10 at 4:18pm
  • Mar 01 at 4:39pm
    Judge Davis retirement party
  • Jan 13 at 12:40pm
  • Jan 08 at 11:50am
    Yes, we escaped the 2013 flood. It was close but we stayed dry. Now snow and arctic cool. Stay warm, bundle your kids, and be smart. Winter is still in full swing.
  • Dec 31 at 12:53pm
    Thanks to the Theta girls of Kappa Alpha Theta, Ohio Northern University, for another fun and successful fundraiser.  Mr. ONU is, well, just what you might guess... a beauty, talent contest.  All in fun, contestants posed, danced, and strutted their talents to help raise money for CASA/GAL of Hancock County.  These girls are amazing.
  • Dec 31 at 12:41pm
    Meet our newest Community Partner
    Our newest class of volunteers, all 19 of them!!!!!! are the result of our partnership with Marathon Petroleum Company.  This marks the first time that we know of, where a major American company has decided to step forward in a local community with time, resources, and people, to tackle a pressing human interest problem.  In the last year, this company has made the commitment to CASA/GAL of Hancock County and CASA programs across the country, to promote and support company staff who wanted to make a difference to abused and neglected children in need of a voice in court.  Some thirty volunteers stepped forward.  At this time the agency has 21 Marathon employees volunteering as guardians-ad-litems; 1 Marathon employee volunteering for public activities and security for advocates, when needed; and 1 Marathon employee serving on the CASA Board of Trustees.  This is just the beginning.  More trainings are planned for the future!
  • Apr 23 at 8:01pm
    Take the time to visit Hancock County's Pinwheel display in front of the Court House. There is one pinwheel representing each investigation of abuse or neglect in the county. You will also see CASA and CPSU banners along main and a large pinwheel painted on the road at the intersection of Crawford and Main Streets.
  • Apr 23 at 7:58pm
    April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. We encourage you to learn more and get the facts on child abuse in Hancock County. Call 419-424-3262 for more information.