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Violet & Vivian Special Fund

Violet & Vivian Special Fund

On behalf of the Violet and Vivian Special Fund, I'd like to invite you and your GALs and CASAs to apply for financial support to fund a specific expense for a youth or child in the child welfare system. Each application may request up to $3,000. The Violet & Vivian Special Fund (VVSF) provides assistance to individuals and families who are experiencing or have experienced child abuse or neglect, are at high-risk for child abuse or neglect, or are in situations with a significant connecti...

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CASA to Deliver Dinners to 205 Children and Families

As our families continue to work through the challenges of Covid-19, the CASA program would like to take this opportunity to express our aloha, gratitude, and community-ship to our foster children and the homes that support, care and nurture them. Thank you to our Friends of CASA-Hawaii and Zippys, the CASA staff and our CASA volunteers will be delivering dinners to all of our 205 children and their families this Friday, October 2, 2020. This is a small token in comparison to the great work all...

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Essential Support Childcare & Scholarship Program

Essential Support Childcare & Scholarship Program

We are extremely grateful to both Hawaii Community Foundation and the Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation for their generous financial support. This now allows us to provide tuition support and scholarship programs to families deemed essential workers for the entire month of April for Oahu, Maui, Hilo and Kona. Effective March 26, 2020 In an effort to STOP the spread of COVID-19 please DO NOT REGISTER if you and/or your child... Has your child traveled out of state or been in close c...

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CASA Visitation in Light of COVID-19

CASA Visitation in Light of COVID-19

CASA Program’s COVID-19 Update and CASA/GAL Visitation Policy until Further Notice The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak evolved in the past few months and now has taken a dramatic trajectory in the last few weeks. Our primary concern is always for the well-being of the children, families, volunteers and staff who are associated with the CASA program. There have been new guidelines (Federal, State, City and County of Honolulu, the Judiciary, and National CASA) about how we interact ...

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