What is CASA ?

A safe, permanent home isn't something that a child should only dream about.Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are everyday people who are trained and then appointed by judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. When a CASA volunteer is appointed to a child's case, he or she spends time with the social workers, foster parents, family, and most importantly- the child. The advocate then provides the judge with information that assists in providing a unique and heartfelt understanding of the child's needs. A CASA volunteer remains with each child until they are placed in a safe, permanent and nurturing home.Renew hope in a child. Consider volunteering today.

Watch a Video: Take a moment to learn more about CASA of Sonoma County and the children it serves by watching the short film "One Child at a Time". Copyright 2008.

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How You Can Help

Become a CASA

It takes a special person to be a CASA. As a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), you would… More


Donate to CASA

Every penny is a step toward a secure and happy future for an abused child. Thank you for your generosity.



Volunteer at CASA

There are numerous ways to help CASA. We have a continual need for office help and for help coordinating fundraising and other activities.




Friends of CASA sponsors annual fund raisers including Hearts for Children and others… Corporate/business sponsorships through event More

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