Each CASA volunteer dramatically improves the lives of foster children.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are members of the community who have been appointed by a juvenile judge to speak out on behalf of a child. Most importantly, these volunteers provide stability and hope to abused and neglected children. Find your local CASA program.
Volunteer as a CASA. Stand up for a child today. Your advocacy gives foster children a voice. Helping a child begins with a phone call. Find out more on volunteering for CASA.
Donate Money. Your donations help support local CASA programs throughout the state. From training staff and volunteers to creating initiatives that serve our most vulnerable population. Donate now.
Other Ways to Get Involved.
Advocating for a child takes commitment. If you find you don’t have the time to be a CASA now, don’t worry. There are other ways to get involved.
Call your local program today and see how you can help.
"I know the kids on my case know they can trust me and know I will go wherever they go. I'm with them for the duration and beyond."
-2018 CASA Volunteer Survey