May 2024 Staff Recommendations

A Former Foster Care Youth and Advocate On Learning To Be the Mother She Didn’t Have  Charell Star is the current executive director at Muse by Clio and a board…

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Fairfax CASA Success Story

In February 2022, Fairfax CASA received an Emergency Removal Order (ERO) case involving a 12-year-old boy alleging physical neglect. The affidavit contained allegations that the child was left unsupervised in…

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April CASA Chronicle

Click the button below to read Volume III Issue IV of the CASA Chronicle. Our newest edition of the quarterly publication includes stories from volunteers, office updates, and coverage on…

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Run the Greenway March Update

Run the Greenway is just 44 days away! We are so close to registering 100 runners and that much closer to winning $1,000. Additionally, for every 10 runners we receive…

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Volunteer Spotlight

Karen & Eric Forman are an incredibly kind husband and wife team who found their way to Fairfax CASA almost 14 years ago. Although they began their journey at Fairfax…

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The Bill Spill

We spill the tea on the latest bills being put forth or enacted impacting the child welfare system in Virginia and nationally. This month’s Bill Spill shines a light on…

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Staff Recommendations

The Many Lives of Mama Love: A Memoir of Lying, Stealing, Writing, and Healing Author Laura Love Hardin presents a candid picture of addiction and incarceration, and the tumultuous journey…

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Fairfax CASA Success Story

In May 2022, Fairfax CASA received a Preliminary Protective Order (PPO) case involving a three-year-old girl and a one-year-old boy.  The mother was pregnant and gave birth to another boy…

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Run The Greenway 2024

The Run the Greenway race is within sight! The race brought in over $80,000 last year to Fairfax CASA and our goal for this year is $100,000! We cannot do…

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The Bill Spill

We spill the tea on the latest bills being put forth or enacted impacting the child welfare system in Virginia and nationally. For some time now, a major concern within…

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