Get Involved

Ways to get involved:

Donate to CASA – Support Colonial CASA with a financial gift of any size. We rely on the community to support our work with children. There are many ways to give to CASA and any gifts are greatly appreciated. Click here to learn more about donating to CASA .

Become a CASA Advocate – Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, are women and men who are dedicated to the vital role of advocating on behalf of an abused or neglected child. For more information check our volunteer page.

Become a CASA Associate – Colonial CASA recognizes that there are also women and men who are dedicated to children and believe in advocating on behalf of an abused or neglected child, but are not themselves able to do so. The Associates program enables these citizens to be involved in other ways – in planning events, assisting in the office, or working on special projects. For more information check our volunteer page.

There are also other ways to get involved:

  • Talk about CASA with friends, family and colleagues.
  • Invite CASA to speak at your club, organization or workplace. To request a speaker, please e-mail us.
  • Visit our website regularly to stay in touch with Colonial CASA's programs, events and activities.
  • Attend Colonial CASA's fundraising events, such as the annual Chickahominy House Benefit, and the Women's Charity Tennis Classic.  
  • Be on Colonial CASA's e-mailing list. Stay in touch with CASA's events all year long.

Already Involved?   Please refer others to our site.  To suggest a person or entity to contact, please send us an email with the appropriate information.

We would like to say a special thank you to the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. In 1989, Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity adopted National CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) as its national philanthropy. Since then, the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation has provided grant support to National CASA. To date, the Foundation is proud to have contributed more than $900,000 to fund National CASA’s public awareness efforts, which include educational materials, publications, and the Kappa Alpha Theta Program Director of the Year award. Gifts from individual donors, college chapters, and alumnae chapters make the Foundation’s support of the National CASA grant possible.

Thetas are involved with CASA in many ways. Each year, college and alumnae chapters host fundraisers to support their local CASA chapters. These events raise tens of thousands of dollars annually to support CASA's work.

More importantly, Theta members provide personal support by volunteering their time in local CASA offices and assisting with CASA fundraisers. Many Thetas complete the training to become CASA advocates themselves.

Kappa Alpha Theta has aimed to exercise the widest influence for good and to show love to others. These aspirations have given Kappa Alpha Theta a distinguished history of community service and philanthropic involvement.

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