CASA of Larimer County Announces New Development Director
CASA of Larimer County, a local nonprofit serving children who have experienced abuse and neglect, announce a new Development Director, Margaret Bachrach. “Our Board of Directors and staff are thrilled to have Margaret join the CASA of Larimer County team,” said Executive Director, Sabrina Stoker. “We’re currently serving 70% of the abused and neglected children who need our services and it is our goal to serve every child in need. As we strategically expand to meet this goal, Margaret’s expertise will be an asset to the organization.”
Margaret has more than 20 years of experience and has worked for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and Larimer County, The Kempe Foundation, Judi’s House, and CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties, increasing awareness of community issues while raising funds to support their missions. Her commitment to serving children from marginalized backgrounds and experience in resource development and communications will serve to advance CASA of Larimer County’s philanthropy efforts, advocacy, and services.
“I am excited to be working for CASA of Larimer Country as the Development Director. While I have been fundraising in Denver, I am grateful to be back in my local community raising awareness and financial support for, what I believe, to be the most important and vital nonprofit serving children who have experienced abuse or neglect. I feel it’s our community’s responsibility to take care of our most vulnerable children. Right now, there are not enough volunteers or funding to serve every child in need of a CASA volunteer,” said Margaret.
About CASA of Larimer County
Founded in 1987, CASA of Larimer County advocates for safe, permanent connections to family and community so children who have experienced abuse and neglect have the opportunity to thrive. Through the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and Family Connections programs, CLC served 566 children last year. The CASA program trains and supports volunteers to advocate for children in the child welfare system. In 2020, 181 CASA volunteers were consistent caring adults supporting and advocating for 298 of the nearly 500 children are eligible for CASA’s services. CASA of Larimer County is a 501(c)(3) organization that is rapidly expanding to meet the growing need for services in our community. To learn more about CASA of Larimer County visit www.casalarimer.com.