Ways to Donate


Invest in a Child: Support the work of CASA

Your donation will make a difference in a child’s life. CASA depends on donors like you in order to advocate powerfully on behalf of foster children. 

Your donations support recruiting, training and supervising volunteers who advocate for foster children in our community. Currently, only one of four children in Ulster County's foster-care system has CASA representing his or her best interests in court, at school and in our community. With your help, we hope to realize our goal of providing a CASA volunteer to every child who needs one.

CASA supporters say:
CASA has been my primary focus of giving for almost 12 years. I continue to be amazed and overwhelmed by the difference CASA makes in children's lives! I have found no better place to invest that will truly help abused children in our community. That is why I will continue to support CASA for years to come. — Bryan Holley, donor

CASA volunteers are a voice of encouragement, a voice of courage and true leadership, and an inspiration to me. I need their voice to tell me what the true needs of the child and family of origin are in order to heal. — Judge Darlene Byrne

I looked around the courtroom and realized the only adult there who wasn't getting paid to help me was my CASA. Then I knew I could trust my CASA. — Ramon, college student and foster-care alumnus

Your donation helps give abused children and teens the chance to grow up in safe, permanent and loving homes. Here are some ways your donation can help CASA help children:
  • $35 buys a birthday gift for a child 
  • $50 provides essential items for a baby whose mother is overcoming addiction
  • $75 underwrites the recruitment and screening of one new volunteer
  • $100 gives a teen skills for life at monthly educational workshops
  • $150 trains one new CASA advocate volunteer
  • $250 trains a CASA volunteer
  • $500 provides training on cutting-edge innovations in child advocacy for staff and volunteers
  • $1,000 recruits, screens and supports three new CASA advocate volunteers
  • $1,500 gives a child a CASA volunteer for a year
CASA is incorporated as Court Appointed Special Advocates of Ulster County, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Gifts are tax deductible.

Copies of our most recent annual financial report can be obtained by contacting our office at the following phone number or address. (845)339-7543 or 209 Clinton Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401
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