The hub of information for the Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program, our blog contains posts with announcements, news and events, articles, periodicals and additions or updates to our website.

This page contains published posts from the November 2014 archive sorted chronologically with the newest at the top.

Vote for Child Advocates II in the Clothes for a Cause Contest

Local screen printing and embroidering business Clothesline is running a contest and our non-profit partner Child Advocates II, Inc. needs your help to win.

We wrote about the nomination process last month and thanks to your votes, Child Advocates II is among the local charities now vying to win Clothes for a Cause.

Please consider voting for Child Advocates II today. The winner will receive $500 of customized apparel from Clothesline. You can vote once a day until Monday, December 8, 2014.

Established in 1988, Child Advocates II, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit volunteer organization founded to support the Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program through fundraising and marketing activities, volunteer recruitment programs, membership drives and special events.

For more information on the Clothes for a Cause contest, visit Clothesline on Facebook and then vote for Child Advocates II. Thank you for your support!

Clothes for a Cause Poster

New and Rescheduled Events, Continuing Education Update

New Events

We regularly host, sponsor and support a variety of events that provide community outreach, increase awareness of our program, help recruit new volunteers, raise funds and furnish training to our volunteer guardians ad litem. The following events were recently added to our calendar.

Rescheduled Events

In addition, two upcoming events on our calendar have been rescheduled.

Continuing Education

One new library item has been added to our comprehensive continuing education resource center.

  • My Brother, My Sister, Me: Sibling Relationships vs. a System of Care
    A slide presentation on the legal requirements governing sibling placement, visitation and adoption; the importance of maintaining siblings together; and how our actions affect siblings and those who love them.
filed under Families and Slides