CASA-EP challenges locals to be a superhero for kids

October 1 – October 31 – Martinsburg, W.Va. – Every child needs a champion, someone in their corner who will fight for their best interests. This October, CASA of the Eastern Panhandle is hosting its second Superhero Challenge to raise support for the most vulnerable children across the region. Unlike a normal road race during […]

DEI – USF Course shared by CASA-EP Program Coordinator

University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business offered a free, 14-hour (7 weeks), online certificate program to business and community leaders across the world to educate on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Sponsored by Florida local organizations Tampa Bay Lightning and Jabil – they focus on how organizations can […]

Join Our Team! CASA-EP seeks Office and Grant Manager

Status: Full-time (40-hours per week), non-exempt, benefits eligible Reports to: Executive Director Location: Martinsburg, WV Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the Eastern Panhandle seeks a skilled self-starter to provide office management, perform general administrative duties including database management, and support the organization’s grant administration and reporting activities. The ideal candidate is highly motivated, has […]

CASA of the Eastern Panhandle celebrates grand opening of its new location

People standing in front of building holding ribbon

After many years located at the St. Joe’s Parish Offices, CASA-EP has moved locations to Mid-Atlantic Parkway in Martinsburg. The board of directors, staff, and CASA volunteers celebrated the opening of its new main office with the support of local partners and the Martinsburg Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce. Read the article.

LaBrosse named 2020 CASA Volunteer of the Year

Journal-News – CASA of the Eastern Panhandle recently announced the winner of the 2020 Volunteer of the Year Award. Pati LaBrosse, of Martinsburg. Read the entire article at

Christmas gift drive inspires many in 2020

Journal News – A longtime collaboration between area attorneys and CASA of the Eastern Panhandle has provided Christmas gifts for hundreds of vulnerable children since the program began 11 years ago. This year, the area gift drive helped others experience the great joy of giving back. Read the story of this gift at

CASA of the Eastern Panhandle named 2020 Non-Profit of the Year

On Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 CASA-EP was named 2020 Non-Profit of the Year by Martinsburg-Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce! We are so honored! Michelle Sudduth, Executive Director, was proud to receive the award this week on behalf of all CASA volunteers, staff, board members, and supporters. In addition to the designation, CASA-EP received a $2,000 spot […]

Child advocacy efforts expand in Morgan County with CASA-EP

More information about the new location opened at the Pines Opportunity Center in Morgan County. Thanks to Morgan Messenger for sharing the word of our expansion. You can join #mycasaep to #changeachildsstory by calling 304-263-5100 or by beginning your application online at

Three Eastern Panhandle women named 2020’s Women of Distinction

Congratulations to CASA-EP’s own Melody Stotler for her recognition yesterday as a 2020 Woman of Distinction by Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital! Including Melody, honorees also included Stacie Bowman Rohn and Sandy Hamilton. All three women have been recognized for their incredible dedication to the community and outstanding work in the Eastern Panhandle. Cheers all around […]