1. CASA of Scotts Bluff County

    CASA of Scotts Bluff County believes every child who has experienced abuse or neglect deserves an advocate to stand up for their best interests; to be the constant in their world of uncertainty. Your donation helps train and support local individuals who are working tirelessly for children in our community. We also accept in-kind donations. If you are interested in providing an in-kind donation, please contact us today!
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  2. Lindsay Lookabill Memorial

    Lindsay was a dear member of our community, was a zealous advocate for her clients, and took particular interest in representing children and serving as their Guardian Ad Litem. Memorial donations on her behalf will be used to help our program continue to serve abused and neglected children through the work of our Volunteers who advocate for them. Her efforts, involvement, and support of CASA will continue to be remembered and appreciated by the volunteers, board and staff.
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  3. Terry Gilliland Memorial

    Terry Gilliland was CASA Volunteer and cared so much for the kids he advocated for. He touched thousands of lives over the years in teaching, coaching, advocating and loving the kids who crossed his path. He has left a legacy in our community that will not be forgotten.
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  4. 2021 Light of Hope

    Last year the COVID-19 virus forced us to cancel our traditional community fundraiser that has historically hosted over 400 people. This year we are back on Thursday, September 2, 2021! Donations will be evenly distributed between CASA and CAPstone. Donations will be used for training and supervising volunteers for the CASA program, and for supplementing mental health counseling needs for non-offending caregivers whose abused or neglected children are seen at CAPstone.
    $1.00 donated of $40,000.00 goal