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How You Can Help

When you donate to National CASA, you are helping train and support volunteer advocates to protect the best interests of children who have been abused or neglect in communities that need your help the most. 

You are also helping build a nationwide movement of tens of thousands of individuals that tirelessly works to ensure every child who needs a best-interest advocate can have one. 


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Your secure online donation will help train and support volunteer advocates in communities that need the help the most. It will also help support a movement of tireless individuals creating new CASA or GAL programs across the country.

Donate Today

When you make a monthly gift  to the National CASA Association, you become part of a nationwide movement of individuals committed to helping children who have experienced abuse or neglect get through the toughest time of their life.


If you prefer to donate by mail, please download this form (24KB PDF).

More Ways to Give

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

Matching Gifts and Workplace Giving

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

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 the National CASA Association.

Stocks and Securities

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

Raise Funds for the National CASA Association

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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