Pouring for a Cause!

Pouring for a Cause! Benefiting the Advocacy Network for Children. Thursday, January 10, 2019 from 6-9 p.m. at Revelry, A Lively Establishment. Celebrity bartenders will help you out for the night!

Won’t you help us continue to provide CASA and Children’s Advocacy Center services throughout West Central Illinois? And after the holidays, we could all use a little liveliness!

December 17th, 2018

Can You Be a Blessing?

Once upon a time long ago, a baby was born in a manger. He didn’t have a real place to live, any belongings or anywhere safe to go. He was blessed by strangers and the kind people in his land who found him a safe place to live and brought him gifts. Could you be that blessing too?

Children in foster care aren’t that blessed. They travel from place to place, not always knowing where they will land and the possessions they do own, are usually in garbage bags. We wanted to help change that. We were blessed. We are teaming up with Country Financial to receive donations for children in care.

Items needed for children:
Toothbrushes for babies to teens
NEW underwear and socks for babies to teens
Crayons/activity books for all ages
Body wash and/or baby wash
Feminine products
Small notebooks
Gently used or new bags
Duffel bags

Donations will be accepted December 3rd to December 20th, 2018, Monday through Friday. Donations can be dropped off at two locations.

Advocacy Network for Children
1420 Harrison Quincy, IL 62301


John Hibbert at Country Financial
206 South Ohio Camp Point, IL 62320

Donate and your name will be entered for a chance to win a holiday gift basket.

If you would like to print the flyer for yourself or to share, you can here -> Gifts for Foster Children 2018

November 30th, 2018

CASA Volunteers Join Us!

Double wonderful news at the Advocacy Network for Children! Twenty new CASA Volunteers from Hancock County and Adams County were sworn in during the month of October. Twenty! So unbelievable that when we put out the call for help, our calls are answered by people with generous hearts. We are so thankful for them. If you see them going about their daily lives, remember, you are looking at super heroes. At least, we think so.

Pictured left to right: Mandy Humphry (CASA Coordinator), Janet Thompson, Angel Morris, Judge Rodney Clark, Janet Best and Cynthia Smith.

Pictured left to right (standing row): Maria Richmiller, Brooke Hunsaker, Dusty Dietrich, Barb Hayden, Kari Kleinlein, Dawn Whitcomb, Misty Arring-ton, Ciara Rose, Anne Meyer, Hibbert and (front row seated, left to right) Brenda Wiskirchen, Jessica Jansen, Hope Audet-Williams, Judge John Wooleyhan, Kylee Straube, Brooke Stokes, and Erica Parrish. Not pictured is Cynthia Wort.

November 1st, 2018