Our crucial goal is to provide a volunteer advocate for every abused and neglected child in our community who needs one. Currently we have more than 90 deserving children in foster care still waiting for a CASA.

Your gift will bring us one step closer to achieving that goal!

Gift of Time: Volunteer

Volunteer to become a CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate . CASA's are trained and certified to advocate in court for children who have been abused and neglected and are under court protection. As the spouse or partner of a certified CASA, you can become a Support CASA and provide assistance throughout the year in a various ways. Another opportunity to volunteer is to become a CASA Ambassador. This group promotes involvement and outreach through special projects from community members. Contact us to learn more about these programs.

Make a Donation

Every gift, large or small, supports our mission of empowering abused and neglected children with a volunteer's voice in court. Monies are spent to recruit, train and supervise volunteers. You may donate onlineby mail, or by phone, 785-832-5172

Make a Donation While Shopping

Douglas County CASA is listed a charity you can select to receive a portion of each purchase made on Amazon.com and at Dillon's stores. If you shop on Amazon, shop instead at Smile.Amazon.com using your Amazon login and select us as your charity of choice. Or go to the Smile.Amazon.com link and log-in to auto-select Douglas County CASA as your charity of choice. 

Do the same thing if you shop at Dillon's, through the Dillon's Community Rewards Program

Corporate Gifts

Our CASA program relies on the generosity of local, regional, and national businesses for direct donations, in-kind gifts, and volunteer activities. For more information regarding corporate gifts, please contact Sarah Hoadley, Development Assistant at 785-832-5172, or email shoadley@dccasaks.org


Sponsor one of our annual fundraising events like CASAblanca, a fun 40s-themed event and our biggest fundraiser of the year, that offers a variety of sponsorship levels for both personal and corporate budgets. For more information, please contact Sarah Hoadley, Development Assistant at 785-832-5172, or email shoadley@dccasaks.org

Honorary and Memorial Gifts

Honor someone special any time of year. Make a gift in another’s honor to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or any occasion. It’s a great way to show you care. Making a memorial donation is also a wonderful way to honor, remember, and pay tribute to a loved one who has passed. Making a gift in honor of or in memorial, your kindness will be announced to the honoree or appropriate family members. You may donate onlineby mail, or by phone, 785-832-5172.

Planned Giving: Leave a Legacy

Bequests and other planned gifts help assure that Douglas County CASA will continue to help future generations of children. Contact us for more information.


Make a gift that will last a lifetime. A donation to the CASA Endowment Fund helps support the future. Contact us for more information or go to our Endowment webpage managed by the Douglas County Community Foundation to make a donation now.

Special Funds and Scholarships

We have special funds established to provide items and services to our CASA children and other at-risk youth in Douglas County. Established in 2011, the Shepherd Shoe Fund, honors retired judge, and Douglas County CASA founder, Hon. Jean Shepherd. This fund provides youth the footwear they need for daily activities and to participate in extacurricular activities including dance, sports, marching band, prom, and more. Our Child Need Fund provides essential items like shoes, clothing, supplies, and scholarships for children with limited access to basic necessities. Donate online, by mail, or by phone, 785-832-5172.

Matching Gifts

Participating in a matching gifts program makes your donation go farther. Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions. Your company may even make a monetary donation in recognition of volunteer service. Some companies may also match the gifts of retirees, spouses, surviving spouses, and outside directors. Talk to your human resources department to find out if a program is available to you.