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August 4, 2016 -- Justin’s passion for his two children and his desire to serve led him to volunteer with CASA of Paulding County. As a member of the Paulding community for over 10 years, he embraced the opportunity to finally give back by advocating for abused and neglected children in the community. The chance to make a difference by giving those very same children a voice inspires him every day. The opportunity to join the CASA of Paulding team presented itself shortly thereafter. Following his heart, Justin transitioned from the corporate world to begin a new season in his life. He is humbled and excited to work with a dedicated team that embraces relationships with people that share the same values and goals in advocating for children that deserve so much more.
August 1, 2016 -- Angela is originally from Athens, GA, but Paulding county has been her home for the last 10 years. Angela has a Bachelor's degree in Sociology with a concentration in social work from the State University of West Georgia. She is the proud mother of 3 kids who keep her very busy and in her free time you can find her in the gym or doing anything that keeps her active. Angela first learned about CASA from another volunteer that spoke at her church one morning. She became very intrigued at that time and then an opportunity presented itself to become a CASA volunteer. While she was a volunteer, her passion for the organization grew immensely through the work she saw done for the children the organization worked with. It was during that time that Angela knew she wanted to devote herself full-time to continuing the mission of CASA. Angela says "I feel so fortunate that I am actually getting paid for doing something I truly love and believe in!"
June 17, 2016 -- Congratulations to Kevin Donalson for obtaining the merit of CASA Paulding volunteer of the quarter.
April 20, 2016 -- Paulding Juvenile Court Judge Sandra Miller administered the oath to 25 volunteers to be court-appointed special advocates (CASA) for abused and neglected children on Thursday March 31 at Paulding County’s Silver Comet Field. Advocates, Family and friends gathered at the Paulding Airport Terminal Conference Center to watch the volunteers take an oath promising to advocate for the best interests of children placed in the custody of the Department of Family and Children Services.
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