CASA of Union County Information Session

Have a passion to help the youth in our community? Come to an Information Session to hear more about becoming a CASA Volunteer for a child in need! No special skills or experience needed!


Our sessions run about an hour and we provide information about the volunteer commitment and requirements to be a CASA, the important work that we do and how volunteer advocacy really makes a difference in the lives of children who need a consistent, caring adult presence to help their voices be heard. 

This information session will be held via Zoom. Please contact our recruiter, Abby Gallego, at agallego@casaofunioncounty.org or 908-293-813, who will send you the Zoom link. 

Contact Information
  1. Abby Gallego
  2. 908-293-8139
  3. agallego@casaofunioncounty.org
Wed, November 25
10:00 am — 11:00 am
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Have a passion to help the youth in our community? Come to an Information Session to hear more about becoming a CASA Volunteer for a child in need! No special skills or experience needed!

Our sessions run about an hour and we provide information about the volunteer commitment and requirements to be a CASA, the important work that we do and how volunteer advocacy really makes a difference in ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — The freeholder board on Thursday approved use of gender-neutral pronouns for its county code, announced golf revenue is up and congratulated the county manager for being listed as one of the most powerful New Jerseyans.

Here are some key takeaways from the freeholder board's meeting:

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Brian Campbell Joins Union County College Board of Governors

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CRANFORD, NJ – Brian Campbell, of Berkeley Heights, was sworn in as a new member of the Board of Governors at a recent joint meeting of the Union County College Board of Trustees and Governors. Union County College Board of Trustees Chair Victor Richel welcomed Campbell to the virtual meeting and initiated his swearing in. 

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“I am very proud ...