CASA of Queen Anne's & Kent Counties will be offering horse drawn carriage rides at Chestertown's Colonial Christmas Event.  This event will be held in downtown Chestertown, Maryland on Saturday, December 7th from 11:00 - 2:00 and will include many colonial themed family activities as well as the Historic House Tours.  For more information , visit or call us at 410-758-8610.



2013 CASA Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

CASA of Queen Anne's & Kent Counties was pleased to host our annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on Wednesday, October 16,2013.  This was a fun evening filled with delicious food donated by Bo Oristian of Doc's Riverside Grille as well as time spent acknowledging all our Volunteers and the fabulous work the do for children in need in our community.


CASA of Queen Anne's & Kent Counties received a Golden Anchor Award from Shore Update newspaper!! This award is given to the "Best of the Best" in our community and we were chosen as One of the Organizations who "Make Our Community a Better Place". We are so proud and honored to be recognized!

We are so pleased to announce that Timmeka Perkins has joined our CASA Staff as our new Case Supervisor.  Timmeka has returned home to the Eastern Shore after attending college and practicing social work in West Virginia.  To contact Timmeka, email her at

CASA of Queen Anne's & Kent Counties'

2011-2012 Annual Report


Please click on the link below to view or print the Report and check  out all the amazing work our CASA program has conducted over the last two years.  As always, we appreciate your continued support of our program and welcome any financial contributions you could offer.  Simply click on the "Ways to Give" tab at left to make an online donation or mail a donation to P.O. Box 744, Centreville, MD 21617.  

    Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Queen Anne's & Kent Counties provides an educated, compassionate adult to advocate for the safety and well-being of children removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect. 


Often the only consistent adult in the child's life, a CASA volunteer provides support and guidance as the child navigates a complex and often confusing child welfare system.  CASA volunteers handle just one or two cases at a time so they can give each child's case the sustained, personal attention he or she deserves.  CASA volunteers are highly effective in getting their recommendations accepted in court. 


 Because of the volunteer's detailed knowledge of the child's circumstances, their reports lead to a higher number of services being ordered for children and families.  Judges, attorneys, child welfare workers, and parents overwhelmingly report that CASA volunteers really do make a difference with the children they serve.