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Marian Berryhill     Diana Codding
Priya Ahlawat     Kendra Bertschy
Linda and Terry Inscoe     Emily Nelson
Pamel McAdoo     Kathryn Martin
Carla Dodge     Carol Gebhardt
Susan Nissembaum     Jodie Black  
Valerie Borrego     
  • Children in care in Washoe County on an average day 2020
    Children in care in Washoe County on an average day 2020

    730

  • Children served by CASA volunteers in 2020
    Children served by CASA volunteers in 2020

    137

  • Estimated volunteer hours in 2020 (in-kind value over $50K)
    Estimated volunteer hours in 2020 (in-kind value over $50K)

    2040

  • You can be the ONE we need!
    You can be the ONE we need!

    1

News & Notes

Free AT&T Wireless Hotspots for Youth Served by CASA/GAL Programs

CASA GAL hotspots available

National CASA/GAL is partnering with AT&T and Connected Nation on a nationwide opportunity to make available a limited number of free AT&T 4G LTE wireless internet service and WiFi hotspots to at-risk students served by CASA/GAL programs. AT&T and Connected Nation have identified students in foster care as a priority population to receive this resource. They have also prioritized hotspot distribution to the following communities: Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Miami, Sacramento, St. Louis and Washington, DC. Programs located outside these localities that demonstrate a need for hotspots will still be considered and should apply.

If your program is interested in receiving WiFi hotspots to distribute to the children, youth and families you serve, please fill out this short form by 5 p.m. ET on Friday, Sept. 24 to express your program’s interest and note how many WiFi hotspots your program could use. At the request of AT&T and Connected Nation, National CASA/GAL will submit one streamlined request on behalf of all interested CASA/GAL programs by Sept. 30.