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Ambassador Program


CASA Ambassadors raise awareness of CASA of Middlesex County and children in foster care. They help us build more connections with local community organizations and groups and assist us in growing our volunteer pool so we will be able to serve more children.

CASA Ambassadors share our mission with the community and create awareness of the difference CASA makes in the lives of Middlesex County children in foster care.  

What might you do as a CASA Ambassador?

  • Represent and invite CASA of Middlesex County to community events.
  • Connect us with your community groups and local businesses.
  • Distribute brochures or posters in your community.
  • Help with fundraising activities.

You will gain new skills and meet new people while you are making a difference for many children in your community.

Being an Ambassador is a great opportunity for those who aren’t able to become Advocates because of the required time commitment or because they are younger than 21 years old, but they would still like to make a change in a vulnerable child’s life.

The Ambassador Training is two hours and is offered multiple times a year. Check our calendar for upcoming training sessions or fill out the form below.

For more information please email or fill out the form below.

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Our Sponsors and Partners

  • Susanne Peticolas, Esq.
    Susanne Peticolas, Esq.
  • Jeanne Fox & Steve DeMicco
  • Sharon Hoffman-Manning
  • Amy Jumbelic
  • Alton & Linda Kinsey
  • Dennis Doll
  • Amy Mansue
  • Ellen & Charles Clarkson
  • Gerry Pomper & Sandy Bergelson
  • Bill & Susan Berlin
  • New Brunswick City Council Vice President Suzanne M. Sicora-Ludwig
  • Harvey & Judith Martin Waterman
  • Harry and Caroline Pozycki
  • Olive M Bryan
  • James and Colleen Cosgrove
  • Rick Barth
  • Faith Meltzer
  • Mayor John E McCormac
  • Joseph Gatti
  • Betsy Capp
  • Kenneth DeRoberts
  • Joseph O'Connell
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Works
    International Brotherhood of Electrical Works
  • New Brunswick City Market
    New Brunswick City Market
  • Joseph V Egan