VOLUNTEER TRAINING CLASS
Our next volunteer training class will be held Friday, September 15th at the CAJA office in Albertville. Deadline to register is August 11th. Applications, in-person interviews, and online reading materials must be completed before attending the class.
Why should you volunteer with CAJA of Marshall County?
Abused and neglected children in Marshall County, Alabama need your help. Right now, nationwide, almost 600,000 abused children are caught up in the court system and the child welfare labyrinth because their homes represent danger, fear and harm instead of love and safety.
Marshall County has not escaped today’s epidemic of abuse. CAJA (Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates) of Marshall County is a non-profit organization that trains community volunteers to advocate for Marshall County’s most severely abused, abandoned and neglected children.
You can help make a difference in these kids’ lives. By becoming a CAJA volunteer, you can speak up for these children and help them have what every child deserves: a safe and happy childhood.
Looking for Prospective Board Members
CAJA of Marshall County is currently interviewing prospective members for our Board of Directors. If you are interested in serving as a Board Member, please access and complete the Board Application above.