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Membership Renewal

National CASA/GAL Association appreciates your commitment to best interest advocacy for children who have experienced abuse or neglect.

We look forward to continuing to serve you as a member of the National CASA/GAL Association.

Invoices for membership dues were emailed on September 29, 2017. As a member of the National CASA/GAL Association, a number of services and resources are available to you: View a full list of membership benefits.

In order to continue receiving these benefits for 2018, membership dues must be paid in full by December 31, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). If you have not yet received your membership renewal notice, or you have any questions about the membership renewal process, please contact memberservices@casaforchildren.org. If you have already made your payment, please disregard this notice.

To make your membership payment you may use our online form or you may mail a check to the National CASA/GAL Association office in Seattle.

Thank you again for your commitment to our shared mission and to the children of your community.


Download our Staff Directory and Menu of Services, which will direct you to who to contact on our National CASA staff depending on the assistance you desire. Please keep this list handy for future contact with us. When in doubt about who to call or email please contact Member Services.

The Member Services Unit’s dedicated toll-free number is 855.691.6317, and all functional teams have dedicated phone extensions and email accounts noted on the Menu of Services.

We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you. If you have questions or would like further information about our support to state and local CASA/GAL organizations, please contact Erica Owens, Director of Member Services.


 

 

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