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Help Us Reach Every Child

Currently, more than 251,000 children have the support of a CASA volunteer each year, but hundreds of thousands are still waiting... With your support, we can reach every child in need. 

Become a Member
Show your commitment by joining National CASA Association with an annual membership.

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Your secure online donation will strengthen our network and help provide strong advocacy for every child who needs it.

Donate by Mail

Donate By Mail

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 More Ways to Give

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Shop to Advocate

Explore special offers from corporate partners and retail supporters whose sales benefit National CASA.

Matching Gifts

Matching Gifts & Workplace Giving

Double the impact of your donation to National CASA through your company's matching gift program, or learn about donating through employer campaigns. 

Corporate Support

Corporate Support

Learn about becoming a corporate sponsor and other opportunities for businesses.

Bequests and Planned Gifts
Leave a legacy of better futures for children by making a planned gift to National CASA.

Stocks & Securities
Donate stocks and other securities to support National CASA's work.

Raise Funds for National CASA
Now you can raise funds online for National CASA, thanks to FirstGiving™, a peer-to-peer fundraising website. You can create an event set up a page to honor someone special or create a page to share why you believe every child should have a CASA volunteer. FirstGiving will walk you through three simple steps to create your free fundraising page and get the word out via email, Facebook and Twitter.


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