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Membership Partners: Kappa Alpha Theta and Omega Delta Phi  

Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity and Foundation

Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity
Thetas support CASASince 1989, the women of Kappa Alpha Theta have been standing up and speaking up for abused and neglected children through their support of National CASA and CASA programs across the country. Kappa Alpha Theta and its members are making lasting contributions as leaders, financial supporters and passionate ambassadors for the CASA mission. The fraternity’s 129 college-based chapters,189 alumnae chapters and 8 alumni circles are generous supporters of the National CASA network of local programs.

In 2011 alone, Kappa Alpha Theta chapters gave nearly $450,000 to CASA programs in their communities. In addition, the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation has contributed over $1 million to help fund National CASA’s public awareness efforts over the years.Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation

Pictured: Theta sisters from the Alpha Lambda chapter in Seattle celebrate their commitment to the CASA cause and vulnerable children. 

Omega Delta Phi Fraternity

OD Phi Brothers at Golf TournamentOD Phi logoOmega Delta Phi
 fraternity has chosen CASA as its national philanthropic partner. Omega Delta Phi (ODPhi), founded in 1987, strives to initiate and actively participate in long-term partnerships that help the 45 chapters strengthen connections with their local communities.

ODPhi brothers have the opportunity to support their local CASA programs through service and fundraising efforts. The primary goal of National CASA's partnership with Omega Delta Phi is to assist in recruiting needed volunteers and securing additional financial support for local CASA programs.

Pictured: ODPhi brothers from the Alpha Eta chapter (Albuquerque, NM) raised more than $3,000 for CASA at their first golf tournament in the fall of 2011.












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