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Welcome to CASA of Montana

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Montana is a nonprofit organization that partners with 15 local nonprofit programs in Montana. CASA volunteers, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, are appointed by district court judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. CASA of Montana’s mission is to promote advocacy for these children so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes. Over 600 CASA volunteers advocate for over 2,600 neglected and abused children caught up in the child protection and foster care system through no fault of their own. We are the voice of the child.

Together we support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused or neglected child can be safe, establish permanence and have the opportunity to thrive.

Big Sky Boots & Buckles: An Evening of Song and Celebration for the Benefit of CASA of Montana Starring Jimmy Wayne

November 7, 2014 - Country recording artist, songwriter, advocate for foster children and author Jimmy Wayne will be the featured guest at CASA of Montana’s inaugural statewide fundraiser on Thursday, November 20, at the historic Baxter Hotel in Bozeman, Montana.

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The fundraiser, “Big Sky Boots & Buckles:  An Evening of Song and Celebration for the Benefit of CASA of Montana” also will include silent and live auctions, which will highlight authentic Montana products, services, and experiences. The fundraiser is for CASA of Montana to continue its mission of supporting the 15 local programs so they can recruit, train and retain competent CASA advocates who represent the best interests of children involved in the foster care system.

“Walking to Beautiful: The Power of Love and a Homeless Kid Who Found the Way“ is the just-released Jimmy Wayne autobiography which details the singer’s true-life story and how he overcame great adversity. The book, released Oct. 7, is already on the New York Times best seller list.

Abandoned by his mother at a bus station parking lot at 13, his father not in the picture, homeless, and raised as a foster child, Jimmy Wayne walked more than 1,400 miles on foot in 2010 from Nashville to Phoenix to raise awareness for kids aging out of the foster care system. The following year he became CASA’s national spokesperson. Since then, he has become an ardent advocate of foster children everywhere, by writing, singing, and speaking.

The Bozeman event will be Jimmy’s first time in Montana, and will be on Nov. 20 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online. Discount tickets are available 50% off for CASA advocates and children. Call the CASA of Montana office, 406.443.2448, to purchase the discount tickets.

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The Wheels Are in Motion for 2015!

Our sights are set on the 10th Anniversary Park-2-Park Montana Ride from Yellowstone National Park to Glacier National Park. The amazing riders are training for the challenge and are participating in fundraising to support CASA of Montana, which is a cause beyond worthy for our great state!

Stay tuned for updates as plans progress ... and thank you for your support.

Please call 406-443-2448 or email for further information.

CASA of Montana Specialty License Plate

Montana vehicle owners can help lift up the voices of Montana’s children. By purchasing a CASA specialty license plate, vehicle owners can now truly give a “moving” gift to support the local CASA programs that help improve the lives of vulnerable children.

You can order a plate when you renew your registration at your local licensing office. Specialty plates cost a set fee ($45) and can be renewed annually. The fee includes a $25 donation which will benefit the CASA program in the area where you purchase your plate. Every purchase of a CASA specialty license plate is a major contribution to CASA's goal of lifting up the voices and lives of abused and neglected children.

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