CASA of New Hampshire



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2019 Goals:

Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire (CASA) provides highly-trained, caring adults to be the voice for an abused or neglected child in New Hampshire’s family courts. Through focused recruitment strategies, our goal is to provide an advocate for every child in need. Our professional staff provides training, ongoing education and dedicated support to our 450+ volunteer advocates.


Fundraising Events:

  • CASA Cares — An Evening of Giving for New Hampshire’s Children — presented by SLC Group Holdings, this is CASA’s largest and most successful fundraiser. Join CASA for an unforgettable evening at this spring fundraiser; sponsorships and donations are needed.
  • Greeting Cards for CASA of NH — purchase customizable greeting cards featuring the work of New Hampshire artists, perfect for holiday greetings, thank you notes and everyday use. Visit casanh.org/cards for a complete selection of cards and to place your order.
  • Get your team together for our barstool challenge On Tap for CASA in March. It’s 12 hours of fun and games.
  • Food Trucks for CASA will return for its third year in June!

Giving Opportunities:

CASA depends on a variety of funding sources including fundraising events and private donations to support its valuable corps of more than 450 advocates and support staff. Annual Giving — your one-time gift or monthly donation will help us reach every child. Donate online at casanh.org/donate. Community Donations — businesses and community groups statewide hold fundraisers and donate the proceeds to CASA of NH. Interested groups should contact us at 603-626-4600. Sponsorships — CASA of NH’s fundraising events, annual celebration and training classes all benefit from your corporate underwriting support. Legacy Giving — leave a lasting impact on New Hampshire’s children — consider CASA in your estate plan. In-kind Donations — donate your product, gift card or services to help New Hampshire’s children. Items donated are used year-round at special events.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Advocates are needed around the state to provide a voice for an abused or neglected child. Interested volunteers receive comprehensive pre-service training and dedicated, ongoing support from professional staff. Share 10-15 hours of your time each month and make a significant impact in the life of a vulnerable child. Learn more about the volunteer role at www.casanh.org/volunteer. Committee and event volunteers are needed in a variety of capacities. Contact CASA of NH for a list of options.


Board Officers   /   Board Members

  • Amy Coveno
    Chairman
    WMUR TV, ABC-9
     
  • David Eby
    Immediate Past Chairman
    Devine Millimet
     
  • Thomas Buchanan
    Treasurer
    Derry Medical Center, P.A
     
  • John Zahr
    Secretary
    Oracle/Dyn
     
  • Evelyn Aissa
    Reaching Higher New Hampshire
     
  • Judy Bergeron
    MTS Services
     
  • Adele Boufford Baker
    Manchester
     
  • Arthur Bruinooge
    Portsmouth
     
  • Nick Giacoumakis
    New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc.
     
  • Chief David Goldstein
    Franklin Police Department
     
  • Jerry Howard
    Strategy First Partners
     
  • Ellen Koenig
    New Hampshire Women’s Foundation
     
  • Bryan Lord
    New Venture Advisors, LLC
     
  • Linda Lovering
    Lovering Volvo
     
  • Denise McDonough
    Anthem BlueCross BlueShield
     
  • Benjamin  Gaetjens-Oleson
    Town of Lancaster
     
  • Alan Reische
    Sheehan, Phinney Bass & Green
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