Your donation to CASA will…

  • Provide a voice, advocating for a child’s best interests while he / she is in the system; ultimately leaving the system to live in a safe, permanent home.
  • Empower advocates to gather details, communicate with those involved, and prepare reports to represent the best interests of a child.
  • Help move a child through the Child Protection Division as quickly as possible and advance that child’s case towards permanency.
  • Enable advocates to monitor all aspects of the child’s life to ensure his / her safety and report any concerns to the proper authorities.

Level 1

  • You can support a week of advocacy for a child.

Level 2

  • You can provide two weeks of advocacy for a child.

Level 3

  • You can support an entire month of child advocacy.

Level 4

  • You can support half a year of child advocacy.

Choose Your Own Amount

For CASA of Cook County’s privacy policy please click here.   For CASA of Cook County’s 2015 990 please click here.

Corporate Giving

CASA of Cook County is always looking to involve members of the corporate sector in our growing work.  CASA builds sustainable partnerships with its corporate partners by working hand in hand to find great opportunities for employee volunteerism at CASA programs and events.  Additionally, corporations sponsor CASA of Cook County events and initiatives.  If you would like to learn more about involving your corporation or business in CASA of Cook County’s mission, please contact CASA’s Director of Development, Edna Ho, at

Stock Donations

CASA of Cook County accepts charitable stock donations through E-Trade Financial. Although every gift to CASA is tax-deductible, donations of stock significantly increase your tax benefits. By donating appreciated securities (that you’ve held for longer than one year), you can avoid paying the mandatory capital gains taxes if you had instead sold the stock and donated the cash proceeds.  For more information please contact Mark Dinglasan at

Gift Matching

First, find out whether or not your employer has a Matching Gift Program.  Then, double or even triple the value of your donation to CASA of Cook County.  Just ask your human resource department for a matching form, send it to us and we’ll complete the paperwork.  Many companies even make charitable donations that match the time you spend volunteering.  For more information please contact Shannon Hodge, Office Manager, at


Planned Giving

Planned giving (or “charitable gift planning”) refers to the process of making a charitable gift of estate assets to one or more nonprofit organizations. These contributions require consideration and planning in light of the donor’s overall estate plan.  For further assistance please contact Edna Ho, Director of Development, at