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Program Partners

Newmont logoSignature Campaign

Newmont Mining has been a loyal sponsor of our annual training conference and our Washington DC policy advocacy event, CASA Meets Congress.

Training Initiatives

American Legion Child Welfare Foundation logoThe American Legion Child Welfare Foundation is a longtime supporter of National CASA, providing grant funding for volunteer recruitment and training initiatives that benefit the entire CASA network. Most recently, the foundation has funded development of a new CASA volunteer flex-training, which will provide prospective CASA/GAL volunteers more accessible pre-service training.


Technical Support

In 2009, the Microsoft Corporation awarded nearly 100 local CASA/GAL programs free licenses of Microsoft Office 2007 Professional.  This gift of new technology substantially increased the ability of programs to provide accurate and high quality advocacy for abused and neglected children.

"We are now working faster and smarter through this gift, which in return allows us more time to spend advocating for the abused and neglected children we serve." - Mariah Hayes, Executive Director, CASA of Franklin County Illinois

First Advantage logoFirst Advantage is a preferred provider of criminal background checks for potential volunteers and employees of CASA and GAL programs throughout the United States.  Through the partnership, First Advantage provides select background searches, such as criminal and Social Security Number verification checks, at discounted rates.

CASA/GAL program staff:  Download the First Advantage guide from the State & Local Programs section of this website.  You will need to log in to access the file.


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