National CASA Partners

To our partners: Thank you. National CASA's success relies on many, including a large network of dedicated community members, corporations and government funders. From our volunteers who serve as the voice of children who are otherwise unheard; to our donors, corporate sponsors and foundations that make it possible for us to grow as we serve; to the United States Department of Justice that provides ongoing support to help us reach our goal of serving every child who needs a CASA volunteer—we are deeply grateful for your generosity and the relationships we have developed over the years.

Jewelers for Children
Jewelers for Children (JFC)—the industry organization of jewelry retailers, manufacturers, watch companies and trade associations.
Pictured: JFC Executive Director David Rocha and National CASA CEO Michael Piraino
CBS Television
CBS Television has greatly raised awareness of the CASA cause by contributing production and airing of public service announcements. Pictured: Danny Pino, star of Cold Case and National CASA spokesperson, at the National CASA Forgotten Children event on the Mall in Washington, DC.
Kappa Alpha Theta
The Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, along with the fraternity's college-based and alumnae chapters, has provided funding and increased awareness of the National CASA network.

Pictured: Missouri Theta fraternity members.
Dr. Phil Foundation
As the official spokespeople for National CASA's Forgotten Children campaign, Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw have greatly increased awareness of the CASA cause and recruited thousands of new volunteers.
Wal-Mart Foundation
Thanks to a $1.6 million grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation, a new National CASA program, Fostering Futures, will help foster youth transition out of care successfully.
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"CAJA of Madison County trains, supervises, and supports community volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children in court."
CAJA is the only volunteer organization that empowers everyday citizens as officers of the court. In an overburdened social welfare system, abused and neglected children often slip through the cracks among hundreds of current cases. CAJA volunteers change that. Appointed by judges, CAJA volunteers typically handle just one case at a time—and commit to staying on that case until the child is placed in a safe, permanent home. While others may come and go, CAJA volunteers provide that one constant that children need in order to thrive.