Vote for Lisa!

Thank you, from Lisa Hall:

Lisa Hall (Bedford, N.H.) has served over the past 10 years as a court appointed special advocate (CASA). CASA volunteers support children who are in the court system and often times removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. As a CASA volunteer, Hall advocates for a child’s best interest in court and the community, and participates in continuing education courses related to courtroom procedures, social service, the juvenile justice system and the special needs of abused and neglected children. For many abused children, their CASA volunteer will be the one constant adult presence in their lives. Volunteers like Hall typically spend an average of 1.5 years working with and serving their children until they are in a safe and permanent home.


Vote for Lisa everyday – once a day!

For the third-consecutive year, the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award is given annually to one dedicated NASCAR fan who has made a profound impact on children in his or her local community. CASA of New Hampshire was pleased to nominate Lisa Hall — a sincere NASCAR fan and dedicated volunteer. Her story of service to New Hampshire Children for over a decade has led her to the finals as she represents CASA for children nationwide and now, we need your help!


If Lisa receives the most votes at from now until December 5, 2013, she will receive the Betty Jane Humanitarian Award and a $100,000 donation from the NASCAR Foundation to her children’s charity of choice.

YOU Can Help:

1) Vote Often

You are able to vote once every 24 hours! NASCAR and CASA fans, friends and families are encouraged to vote often at between now and midnight ET on 12/5/2013.

To make remembering easy, sign up to receive daily (or weekly) voting reminders by email!

2) Spread the Word


Support Lisa and her cause by temporarily placing a “Vote For Lisa” banner ad on your website, employee intranet, newsletter and on social media with a link to the voting page here: Contact for a .jpg banner ad.

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Courthouse and family photos included in Lisa’s video are courtesy of Matthew Lomanno, Photographer

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