Meet Brian Kasper

Brian Kasper had already been involved in the child welfare system for all of his 14 years when he met his CASA volunteer. Even though he didn’t initially know what it meant to have an advocate, he quickly found out.

“After he (my CASA) was assigned to my case and came to the first court hearing, finally my voice was being heard,” said Brian. “There was someone to advocate for me and be very adamant about what was important to me and what I needed.”

When Brian aged out of the foster care system and graduated from high school, his CASA volunteer and was there as he started at Purdue University.

Hear Brian explain why a CASA volunteer can make such a difference.

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