Meet Our 2018 CASA Superhero Run Kid’s Council Members!

Aug 07 2018

superheros at 5K

by Ashika Sethi

Small, but mighty. Meet our super Kid’s Council Members, helping us make sure the CASA Superhero Run runs smoothly! Each member of the Kid’s Council has committed to supporting the CASA Superhero Run this year by personally fundraising and building awareness for CASA in their communities.

Rhett, 4 years old

Superhero Name: Flashy Boy. 

Superpower: Laser beam superpowers to shoot bad guys down.

Why he thinks it’s important to speak up for kids in foster care: “Because we should help all kids!”

 

 

 

 

 

Hannah, 5 years old

Superhero Name: Hannah, the Superhero Banana. 

Catchphrase: “Superhero Banana likes to eat!”

Superpower: Makes portals to transport bad guys to jail, can also make force-fields, and she's really strong.

Why she thinks it’s important to speak up for kids in foster care: “It's nice to help foster kids so kids will be safe.”

 

 

 

Will, 8 years old

Superhero Name: The Thrill. 

Catchphrase: “He's thrilling.”

Superpower: Superpowers would be secret so that he could take the bad guys by surprise when taking them down.

Why he thinks it’s important to speak up for kids in foster care: “Not all kids have the right people in their lives to help them. With CASA, kids get a trusted adult to help speak up for them to get them the help they may need to keep them safe, healthy and happy.”

 

 

 

Lucky, 10 years old

Superhero Name: Lucky Warrior

Catchphrase: "I care about the kids, do you?"  

Superpower: Bring love and justice to the world

Why she thinks it’s important to speak up for kids in foster care: “It is important to speak up for children in foster care because the kids need to feel safe, no matter the circumstance.”

 

 

 

Harper, 6 years old

Superhero Name: Music Girl

Catchphrase: “You’ll never get the last of me!! *evil cackle*”

Superpower: Singing/screaming the villains away!

Why she thinks it’s important to speak up for kids in foster care: “Because they really need us!!!”

 

 

 

You too can be a superhero and help us speak up for kids in foster care by registering for the CASA Superhero Run today at casasuperherorun.com!

The Kids Council will be out in full force to promote the CASA Superhero Run in costume this Saturday, August 14, at 8:30 am at Town Lake Trail! If you want to join our CASA Superhero Run Trail Walk, and/or you have children under age 12 who are attending the CASA Superhero Run and want to fundraise, join our Kids Council by emailing sara.blake@casatravis.org.