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Discover how you can make a

difference by supporting

Capital Area CASA

Get Involved

At Capital Area CASA, there are numerous ways you can lend a hand and make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children in our community. Whether you have a specific skill to offer, want to volunteer your time, or are looking to contribute financially, there's a way for everyone to get involved!

Become a CASA volunteer

Consider becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer and be a voice for a child in need. Attend our New Volunteer Orientation to learn more about the CASA volunteer role and how you can make a lasting impact in a child's life. Take the first step towards becoming a CASA volunteer today.


Raise awareness

Help us recruit new volunteers by inviting a CASA representative to speak at your office, church, club, or organization. Connect with us on social media, like Facebook, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn to stay updated on our latest news and events.

Please contact us to schedule a speaker.


Sponsor an event

Join us in making a difference by sponsoring events like our Holiday Open House or our annual fundraiser, Casas for CASA. Corporate donors can sponsor events at various levels or shop from our CASA Wish List to provide gifts for CASA children during the holiday season.


Make a donation

Capital Area CASA has diverse funders from both the public and private sectors, but the community is our lifeblood. You can help CASA continue its advocacy for abused children by making a monetary contribution. Your tax deductible donation will support the work of CASA in East Baton Rouge Parish.


Share your talents

If you have a skill or talent you'd like to share, we welcome your support! Whether it's graphic design, printing, fundraising, or simply lending a few hours of your time to help with administrative tasks, your contribution is invaluable. Contact us to learn more about how you can get involved.


Serve on our board

If you're passionate about our mission and have leadership skills to offer, consider serving on the Board of Directors. Your expertise and community connections can help guide and strengthen our organization. Contact us to learn more about this opportunity.


“CASA volunteers play a unique role on behalf of some of our most vulnerable children. Their commitment, vigilance and persistence offer hope where there has been little.”

– Marian Wright Edelman, Founder of the Children’s Defense Fund

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