It's high time to celebrate all of the good coming through our Crossroads community!

We've partnered with Roks Diesel to recognize businesses and individuals who are doing good deeds in the Crossroads. Get on board the Love Train Victoria!

No ticket needed! Just let us know what business or individual you want us to recognize. It's that easy! Toot toot Love Train Baby!

Just like Golden Crescent CASA!

The Golden Crescent CASA mission is to utilize trained volunteers, appointed by the court, to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children and assist in placing them in nurturing, permanent homes. If that wasn't enough to earn a ticket on the Love Train, we don't know what is!
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Golden Crescent CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) was established in 1995 to provide trained community volunteers to advocate in the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in the court system.
Today, Golden Crescent CASA serves as Guardian ad Litem for children in foster care in Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca, Refugio, and Victoria counties. Each Court Appointed Special Advocate focuses on the child’s best interest through services, treatment and placement. These sworn child advocates are given constant support and guidance by professional staff as well as training in child development, communications and cultural competency skills.
Golden Crescent CASA had a successful fundraiser this year, the Sofa Soiree, thanks in part to Victoria Radio Works, Cole, Cole, Easley, Sciba Trial Attorneys, HEB, & Janey & Melvin Lack Family, but they could not have done it without YOU.
"Thank you Victoria for joining us for another great event to support the local foster children in the community!
With your help Victoria, we raised over $40,000 but we always need your help and support." GC CASA offers to each of you who participated.
You can become a CASA volunteer by joining one of their quarterly training classes OR donate money to help them help these children on their website anytime at GoldenCrescentCASA.org

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