These awards recognize outstanding individuals and leaders who have demonstrated distinguished work, exceptional leadership and relentless dedication in improving child welfare in America.
In honor of Mother’s Day, we share the story of a courageous woman who overcame challenges and uses her experiences to help other parents.
Theo Martin, a Seattle business owner and father, talks about finding his forever family and the importance of giving back to the community.
Founder Jim Casey understood that ensuring the safety and success of every child was critical to the continued prosperity of our nation.
Early in his career, Jim Casey observed that strong employees came from supportive families.
In this video, see how Lorain County took on the challenge of reforming how it spent child welfare money.
Learn more about these Casey Excellence for Children Award winners and their family story of courage, perseverance and love.
Cory Kercher was 17, just days away from aging out of the foster care system without a permanent family. This is the story of his journey to finding his forever family.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dr. William C. Bell addresses the community of Tacoma, Washington, urging listeners to have a bold, “mountaintop” vision like Dr. King.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day we look at a community collaboration named after King’s father that is helping people help themselves.