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Complete our Online Volunteer Form

Please fill out the form below and someone from our CASA Office will reach out to you. If you prefer to complete the full volunteer application, please download the volunteer application and email the completed application to: [email protected].

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Support Tri-county CASA

Invite a CASA Staff Member or volunteer to present a program to a community or civic group.

Present an in-service training workshop or topic about which you have professional expertise.

Recruit volunteers by talking with friends and co-workers.

Help with a fundraiser, or contact businesses for in-kind donations for a fundraiser, special event, or volunteer recognition.

Distribute CASA information within the community.

Serve on the Tri-County CASA Board of Directors.

Make a Donation.


Donate to a Childs Future

With your gift to CASA, you can help our program provide the very best volunteer advocacy for child and abuse victims in our community. Your financial contribution will assist with recruiting and training volunteers and providing advocacy services for child victims.

Tri-County CASA, Inc. is a 501 c (3) nonprofit charitable organization that funds its mission through monetary donations, in-kind donations, fundraising efforts, and grants. All donations are tax deductible. We can not help child abuse/neglect victims without your support.

We accept monetary donations, in-kind donations, and fundraising.


Research supports the effectiveness of CASA’s best interest advocacy.

  • Over 93% of Judges report a positive overall experience with CASA volunteers.
  • The portion of children re-entering the foster care system is consistently reduced by half.
  • Children and youth assigned a CASA/GAL volunteer reported significantly higher levels of hope. A child’s hope has been linked to numerous positive outcomes such as academic success, overall wellbeing, increases in self-control, positive social relationships, and optimism.
  • Findings indicates that children with court-appointed special advocates tender to receive more social services and received fewer placements. They tended to perform better academically and behaviorally in school that academic year.