INDIANAPOLIS — A sea of blue T-shirts filled Indiana’s State House Tuesday for CASA Day at the State House, an annual event aimed at bringing together state officials and CASA staff and volunteers.
Throughout the day, representatives from various state offices shared the importance of advocating for the best interest of foster children. CASA advocates were able to interact with legislators about important issues facing children.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush, Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray, and Representative Wendy McNamara was in attendance to thank volunteers for their service. More than 4,700 CASA volunteers in 84 Indiana counties advocated on behalf of nearly 26,500 children in 2018.