APRO’s second vice president David P. David of American Rental’s was recognized for the company’s support of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children in Monroe County. The recognition was covered by Bloomington Indiana’s local newspaper, The Herald-Times.
The article read as follows:
Kristin Bishay, executive director of Monroe County CASA, recently recognized David P. David of American Rental for the company’s continued support of CASA, including its presenting sponsorship of CASA’s annual gala, CASAblanca.
CASA staff, board and volunteers all give their sincerest thanks for American Rental’s support of children in Monroe County.
American Rental is at 1416 Liberty Drive in Bloomington. The company also has stores throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee.
CASA is the only volunteer organization that empowers everyday citizens as officers of the court. CASAs are community volunteers who are professionally trained to gather information about the child and his/her family, identify needs and possible services, speak on behalf of the child in court, monitoring court orders and case plans to make sure that the case is moving forward.
To become a CASA advocate, please visit www.monroecountycasa.org/volunteer-application to download an application, or call 812-333-CASA for more information. Our next training begins May 4.
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