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American Legion Child Welfare Foundation logoAmerican Legion Child Welfare Foundation

The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation is a longtime supporter of the National CASA Association, providing grant funding for volunteer recruitment and training initiatives that benefit the entire CASA network. 

Most recently, the foundation funded development of a comprehensive marketing and fundraising toolkit called Ready, Set, Raise!, which is helping programs across the country raise awareness in their communities.


Experian LogoExperian

With a generous training grant of $50,000, Experian has joined the National CASA Association in a partnership focused on helping youth learn financial literacy. So many youth, particularly youth aging out of foster care, do not have the financial tools or knowledge base to understand such important concepts as good and bad credit, how to budget and how to save. Many foster youth, through no fault of their own, may find themselves with bad credit and no idea how to get help. Through workshops and online training, this partnership is giving valuable resources to program staff and volunteers working with older youth in need of financial help and guidance.


Focusing Philanthropy Logo Focusing Philanthropy

The National CASA Association is pleased to announce its selection by Focusing Philanthropy, a leading LA-based organization that identifies, evaluates, and promotes compelling opportunities for personal and corporate giving. Our organization was selected as their 15th nonprofit partner.


Microsoft LogoMicrosoft

In 2013, the Microsoft Corporation supported the CASA/GAL network with free licenses of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 365. 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



Support from Walmart and the Walmart Foundation has benefited thousands of children served by CASA/GAL programs nationwide. The Walmart Foundation invested $1.6 million for development of the Fostering Futures Curriculum and training program. Launched in 2010, Fostering Futures provides advocates with a clear, systematic approach to meeting the needs of older foster youth as they transition to adulthood outside of the foster care system.

Walmart’s State Giving Program has helped build capacity at several state offices in recent years. Also, Walmart transportation and logistics provide invaluable support to our partnership with the Toy Industry Foundation, providing trucking and employee expertise as well as financial support.

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