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Change a Child's Story

Helping you help children in Southern Oregon's foster system.


  • Worry about the lack of access to additional, consistent adult support for local foster children?

  • Feel that you would make a good fit as a CASA?

  • Want to learn more about the CASA program in Klamath County?

We know it can be difficult to begin a new volunteer venture, especially now. CASA for Children of Klamath County provides comprehensive advocate training and support so that our Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are confident advocating in court on behalf of Klamath County's foster children.

Are you interested in volunteering?

Fill out the form below and we'll send you some information on how to become a CASA and other volunteer opportunities!

Thanks for your interest!


Our Mission

The mission of the CASA for Children of Klamath County Program is to provide trained volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children who are dependent on the Juvenile Court to ensure their right to a safe and permanent home. Through this advocacy we will seek a timely and appropriate disposition in the best interest of each child. Our advocacy for foster children includes focusing on child safety and child well-being and ensuring judges have the information necessary to make the best decisions for these children.

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Thank You: Kerry Foundation

We would like to thank Charlotte Robatcek and the Board of Directors of the Kerry Foundation for their continued support and generous donation of $3500 to CASA for Children of Klamath County. The Kerry Foundation was established in 1980 and turns 44 this year. It is a living memorial fund that was created in memory of Kerry Lyle Robatcek.


The Kerry Foundation and Robatcek families have been champions for those in need. Their kindness enables us to recruit, train, and support community volunteers, who provide advocacy to children in foster care. The founder, John Robatcek, served as an advocate for CASA and personally witnessed the positive changes that can be realized when neglected and abused children are represented in the juvenile court process.

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