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Several businesses have created special product offerings to support the CASA mission. When you buy one of these items—which range from jewelry to table settings—a portion of the proceeds benefits the National CASA Association’s nationwide volunteer recruitment and training efforts. 

Gifts that Give Back:

All State Legal holiday card
All State Legal, a trusted printing and legal supplies service provider and dedicated CASA program partner since 2001, donates 50% of the profits on Caring for Kids holiday card designs to CASA for Children. Choose a Caring for Kids design today to help abused and neglected children both nationally and locally!

All State Legal logo

Purchase a CASA pendant from Fred Meyer/Littman Jewelers and 8-10% of the proceeds will be donated to the National CASA Association. Please tell your friends and shop with this dedicated partner. Purchase your CASA jewelry piece today!

Heart-shpaed Copper Box
Native Trails will donate 20% of any purchase from their Share the Love collection to support the vital mission of the National CASA Association. Choose from a selection of luxurious handmade gifts, home and office décor, all made from sustainable materials.
Native Trails

Purchase the Plates with Purpose serving platter that artistically reflects the mission of CASA for Children and we will receive a $2 donation. The serving platters are hand crafted from recycled glass. The trees symbolize the special role court-appointed special advocate (CASA) volunteers play in the lives of abused and neglected children.

 

 

For more information about National CASA Association's Cause Marketing program, please email Brad Ray or call 800.628.3233.

  

The US Department of Justice has supported CASA advocacy since 1985 through its Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
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