CASA Westmoreland

 

Become a CASA volunteer

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a specially trained community volunteer who is appointed by a Family Court Judge to provide consistent and caring support on behalf of an innocent child going through the family court system due to abuse and/or neglect by parent(s) or guardian(s).

Become a Member of CASA

Give the gift of advocacy to abused and neglected children in our community!   Your tax-deductible gift is an investment in a better life for a child and a better future for our community.  Your contribution can be in the form of an annual gift or a monthly sustaining gift.

Become a Friend of CASA

CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. is in need of volunteers who may not have the time to be an advocate for a child, but who can help CASA in other ways. Many community members help CASA by assisting with fundraising events, office assistance, or use of other skills to further advance the program.

Host a CASA information / Orientation Meeting

You can help us spread the word about the CASA program by inviting a representative from CASA to speak at your next function. Contact us if you are interested in scheduling one of these events.

Become a Corporate Sponsor

Help defray the administrative costs associated with operating a CASA program. Provide in-kind support or sponsoring of:

  • Printing
  • Advertising
  • Fundraising assistance
  • Sponsoring volunteer training sessions or providing space for trainings
  • Sponsoring CASA fundraising, volunteer recognition, or other events
  • Providing goods or services to CASA of Westmoreland Inc.
  • Promoting employee volunteerism with CASA by posting recruitment information
  • Disseminating CASA information to employees or constituents of your organization

Social Club Memberships

Did you know your social club memberships could benefit CASA?  As part of the Act 2 and Act 184 of the Pennsylvania Small Games of chance Amendment, organizations that hold these small games of chance licenses are required to donate at least 70% of their proceeds for public interest purposes.  Click here for more information.