SUPPORT OUR CAUSE

BE THE DIFFERENCE

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.

Monetary donations

In-kind Donations

Fundraising

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.

BE THE DIFFERENCE

Donate to a Childs Future

WHAT IS TRI-COUNTY CASA AND HOW DO WE HELP?

Tri-County CASA trains and supports volunteers from the community to advocate for abused and neglected children who need support in the family court system. These advocates, or CASA volunteers, work with a child and his or her family to ensure that the child is safe in his or her home and in his or her community and that the child’s voice is heard in his or her own legal case.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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.

Support Tri-County CASA

SEE THE DIFFERENCE

Become a CASA Volunteer

The mission of Tri-County CASA is to provide trained volunteers to help children and their families as they move through every stage of the court process. 

CASA volunteers act as a watchdog for the child during the life of their case, ensuring their voices are heard and protected throughout the process.

CASA volunteers speak for the child in the courtroom and ensure that their best interests are represented.

We are always on the lookout for volunteers that have a desire to help children. There are no specific requirements, just the desire to help these kids find safe homes. All training is done through the organization. Volunteers must be 21 years of age or older.

Learn More About Becoming a Volunteer

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVOCACY

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.