together we will

invest-in-alabamas-future

A donation to Alabama CASA is an investment in our state’s future. Your gift to Alabama CASA can help CASA programs in your community and around the state provide the very best volunteer advocacy for children removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect. Because Alabama CASA is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, your donation is tax-deductible.

Currently, it costs $1,200 to provide a CASA volunteer to a child in Alabama.

That covers recruiting, screening, training and supervising volunteers who will offer the highest level of advocacy. Please donate now so more children will benefit from the special services that only a trained CASA volunteer advocate can provide.

Ways to Give

Online Donations

You can donate directly to Alabama CASA using the secure form at the link below.

We welcome recurring donations because they allow us to plan more effectively. If we know funds will be available, we can begin training more volunteers to serve more children. Our online donation form includes the option to make a recurring gift.

Check or Cash Contributions

Please mail check or cash donations to:
Alabama CASA Network
P.O. Box 2524
Opelika, AL 36803

Please be sure to include the following information:
Your full name and title (e.g. Mrs., Mr., Ms., Dr.)
Business name (if applicable)
Mailing address
Email address
Phone number

Charitable Gifts

Employer Match
You can supplement your personal donation if your employer offers a matching gift for charitable donations. Check with your company’s human resources department to learn if this benefit is available.

Commemorative Gift
You might want to consider honoring the memory of a loved one, commemorating a special event or expressing gratitude to someone with a charitable donation to Alabama CASA.

Our Supporters

We truly appreciate the corporations and foundations that support the Alabama CASA Network. Their continued generosity and commitment enable us to serve more children.

Facebook Posts

It's the Season of Giving!

Give hope to a child by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate.

Visit alabamacasa.org/volunteer for more information!
... See MoreSee Less

Its the Season of Giving!

Give hope to a child by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate. 

Visit alabamacasa.org/volunteer for more information!

#ChangeAChildsStory #Volunteer #TogetherWeWill

Johnny* entered foster care when he was three years old, after both of his parents were incarcerated. He was adopted by his grandma but re-entered the system when she passed away. After several placements over only six months, Johnny was sent to a residential treatment center.

Because of his older age and situation, the State determined it was unlikely that he would be adopted and expected him to eventually age out of the system—he was only 12 years old at the time.

But Johnny had a CASA volunteer on his side, and that volunteer—Darren—refused to accept the status quo. At a training held by his local CASA program, CASA of Tarrant County, Texas, Darren learned about tools and approaches for finding family members. He also learned strategies for engaging family members in children’s lives and reducing the stigma associated with child welfare involvement.

Darren took what he’d learned and applied it to Johnny’s case. In going through Johnny’s records from the treatment center, he saw that someone had been visiting Johnny there. He followed up and found out that person was Johnny’s sister.

The sister had been ruled out as a placement when Johnny was younger because she’d been too young at the time, and had more difficult circumstances. The caseworkers hadn’t had the time to follow up with her later, but Darren did. He found out she had a home and wanted Johnny with her. Darren helped her navigate the system and get her home study processed quickly.

Less than three months later, Johnny was out of the treatment center and living at home with his big sister.
... See MoreSee Less

#ChangeAChildsStory #Volunteer #TogetherWeWill

Johnny* entered foster care when he was three years old, after both of his parents were incarcerated. He was adopted by his grandma but re-entered the system when she passed away. After several placements over only six months, Johnny was sent to a residential treatment center.

Because of his older age and situation, the State determined it was unlikely that he would be adopted and expected him to eventually age out of the system—he was only 12 years old at the time.

But Johnny had a CASA volunteer on his side, and that volunteer—Darren—refused to accept the status quo. At a training held by his local CASA program, CASA of Tarrant County, Texas, Darren learned about tools and approaches for finding family members. He also learned strategies for engaging family members in children’s lives and reducing the stigma associated with child welfare involvement.

Darren took what he’d learned and applied it to Johnny’s case. In going through Johnny’s records from the treatment center, he saw that someone had been visiting Johnny there. He followed up and found out that person was Johnny’s sister.

The sister had been ruled out as a placement when Johnny was younger because she’d been too young at the time, and had more difficult circumstances. The caseworkers hadn’t had the time to follow up with her later, but Darren did. He found out she had a home and wanted Johnny with her. Darren helped her navigate the system and get her home study processed quickly.

Less than three months later, Johnny was out of the treatment center and living at home with his big sister.

5 days ago

Alabama CASA Network

#togetherwewill #volunteerHave you ever wondered what it takes to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate? Look no further!

Start your journey as an advocate at: alabamacasa.org/volunteer.

#togetherwewill #alabamacasa
... See MoreSee Less

Load more

Ten4Twelve Campaign

ten4twelveposterfinal

The Ten4Twelve Campaign is Alabama CASA’s “call to action” to engage communities and citizens across the state to be a difference maker. Our plan is to activate ambassadors to make a $10 a month commitment for a year. Proceeds will yield funds for local programs to enable volunteer recruitment, training and child advocacy awareness education that ultimately assists in serving abused, abandoned and neglected children.