Donating to Georgia CASA is a wise investment in the future of our children and our communities. In fact, one year of CASA advocacy costs less than one month of foster care.
Your donation is especially critical during the COVID-19 pandemic as CASA volunteers continue their high quality, best-interest advocacy for children in foster care.
Your donation will help Georgia CASA provide more resources to our network of volunteers who amplify the voices of children in foster care throughout the state.
For example, your donation to Georgia CASA can help provide the following, all to ultimately benefit children in foster care who will have a CASA advocate:
~Recruitment initiatives to reach more people to serve as CASA volunteers~
~Initial training for new volunteers and continuing education for current volunteers~
~Volunteer appreciation opportunities~
~Annual recognition awards for CASA volunteers, board members, and affiliate CASA programs for their highest achievements and successes~
Because Georgia CASA is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, your donation is tax-deductible.
Ways to Give
You can donate directly to Georgia CASA or one of our affiliate programs using the online or mail forms below. Recurring donations are welcomed and encouraged because they provide regular income that allows us to plan more effectively. We can start training more volunteers to serve more children, knowing that the funds will be available.
Consult your human resources department to learn if your employer offers a matching gift for charitable donations. If so, your individual donation can be supplemented.
Consider donating in honor or memory of a loved one, in tribute as an expression of gratitude or admiration, or to commemorate a special event.
We would like to thank our sponsors for the 2020 Luncheon and Fashion Show:
Jack and Sandy Day
Jim and Marie Hannon
Atlanta Alumnae Association of Kappa Alpha Theta
Randstad North America
David and Becky Wallis
Historic Brookhaven Living