Can't Volunteer to Be A CASA?

Consider other ways to help CASA of Tulare County and the kids we serve.

  • Offer free services such as graphic design, printing, accounting and fundraising.
  • Share your skills. Programs often need help with Public Relations. You might be able to help CASA get attention and recruit much-needed volunteers.
  • Spread the word. Community service organizations, clubs, and church groups can also be important supporters of CASA. Have CASA make a presentation to your group, and consider making a donation to support our work.
  • Offer to serve on a committee, board of directors, or advisory group.

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Ways to Help Us Raise Funds

  • Write a check. You can help CASA breathe easier by making a monetary contribution. CASA of Tulare County depends on fundraising events, grants and donations to support the work of CASA volunteers.

Please make your checks payable to:
1146 N Chinowth Street
Visalia, CA 93291

  • Spread the word! Using the same social media sites you already access regularly, you can spread awareness and help raise funds for CASA of Tulare County! 
  • Shop AmazonSmile! A portion of your Amazon purchase will be donated to CASA of Tulare County. Click the image below to add CASA to your Amazon Smile account!

Other Volunteer Options

CASA volunteer advocates work directly with abused and neglected children and the people in their lives: foster parents, social workers, attorneys, teachers, medical providers and others. In addition to training and supporting advocate volunteers, most CASA programs benefit from the invaluable contributions of non-advocate volunteers.

There are a number of ways you can contribute your time and talents to CASA of Tulare County, including those listed below. Please contact us to inquire about our needs for volunteer support.

Ways that you may be able to support your CASA of Tulare County:

  • Writing/layout/editing/publication/distribution of the program's newsletter
  • Designing a website, or maintaining current information on a program website
  • Recruiting volunteers: public speaking, staffing tables at events, talking to friends
  • Hanging CASA posters in your community
  • Providing data entry on a regular basis
  • Inviting CASA staff to present a program to their community or civic group, recruiting volunteers, requesting a donation, etc.
  • Getting CASA information out in their workplace via e-newsletter, posters, brochures in pay envelopes, etc.
  • Organizing a fundraiser or contacting businesses for in-kind donations: food, prizes in connection with a special event or for volunteer recognition, office supplies, etc.
  • Presenting an in-service training workshop on a topic about which you have professional expertise
  • Making your home, workplace or other facility available to the CASA program for training, volunteer recognition, special events, etc.
  • Serving on governing boards or advisory councils or their committees

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