to out newest guardians ad litem. They have received their training from Richland County CASA and are ready to start advocating for the best interests of abused and neglected children. This is not a volunteer opportunity for everyone and that is ok but for those who are able to help in this way, our hats and hearts go out to them. Please let them know how much you appreciate their dedication
John “JB” Bryant. Violet Carr. Molly Sue Harma. Haley Kiser. Christiana Olbrych
Danielle Cassells Darcy Compton. Megan Hobbs. Jillian Lesley Nicole Pares
These new volunteers were sworn in by the Honorable Rosalyn Frierson. Judge Frierson is also a member of the Pro Bono Program Advisory Council.
Good news! Richland County CASA will be presenting the training to become a volunteer guardian ad litem for abused and neglected children at the Law School in Jan. 2020
The dates are Jan 14, 15, 16, 21 , 22 and 23 5:30-7:30
what do you have to do?
- Determine that you have interest
- Submit an online application at: https://www.rccasa.org
- Attend all trainings
- Complete a Pro Bono Program Enrollment form https://probono.scschooloflaw.org/forms/volunteer-enrollment-form/
- Agree to record your hours at M.Y. Pro Bono! https://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/law/internal/department/pro_bono/my_pro_bono.php
Have questions or concerns? Contact the Pro Bono Director today! We can help support you.
If you have put off becoming a volunteer guardian ad litem for an abused and neglected child, this Fall might be the right time to do the right thing. Richland County CASA has set up a series of trainings for Fall 2019. You must attend all 8 of the sessions, which are offered from either 3-5 pm or 6-8pm. You can choose what works for you. The sessions are scheduled in Sept., Oct and Nov. so there are plenty of options.
In addition you must complete an online application. To enroll or for more information contact the Pro Bono Program and we will send you all the details.