CASA of Tarrant County Invites Public to Participate in Impactful Programs During Child Abuse Prevention Month
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 10, 2023, April 10, 2023

Blue pinwheels at Levitt Pavilion Arlington

Did you know that Tarrant County has the 3rd highest confirmed number of cases of abuse and neglect in Texas

However, we can all make a difference, no matter how big or small, during Child Abuse Prevention Month with CASA of Tarrant County. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Tarrant County is an organization of volunteer advocates who stand up on behalf of abused and neglected children because they want them to have a brighter future, more hopeful than their past. The organization is hosting multiple programs this month to increase awareness and raise money to continue the support of abused and neglected children.

Pinwheel Project, April 3-30

 CASA of Tarrant County is working throughout April to raise awareness and share the important impact of local communities through its “Pinwheel Project.”

Between April 3 and April 30, the community is invited to view the outdoor installation at the Levitt Pavilion, 100 W. Abram St. in Arlington. Each blue pinwheel signifies a child served by CASA of Tarrant County last year.

 Coffee with CASA, April 14

 Purchase any beverage at any of the 21 Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Tarrant County on Friday, April 14 during “Coffee with CASA” and $1 of every beverage sold will be donated back to CASA of Tarrant County. Every dollar raised that day will directly help CASA serve abused and neglected children in Tarrant County.

 CASA of Tarrant County is also asking on that day to wear blue in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month and to post a photo with their beverage using the hashtags #coffeeforcasa #goblueday.

 Become a CASA Volunteer

 Unfortunately there are so many more abused and neglected children in Tarrant County that still need assistance, but many more CASA volunteers are needed to make this happen. This April consider stepping up to make a difference by becoming a CASA volunteer. Training and support are provided to all volunteers.

 To learn more about these events, the services provided by CASA, or volunteering for CASA (volunteer child welfare advocate), visit

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