Why Consider a Gift to Champaign County CASA?

Just like every business and organization, Champaign County CASA needs a team of supporters behind the scenes that make our day-to-day work possible.  In addition to limited grants and contracts which are subject to change from year to year, much of our funding and impact is thanks to our individual and business supporters like you.

One-time donations and ongoing monthly gifts help provide stability to our organizational funding.  More specifically, and most importantly, it allows us to give stability and hope to the children in foster care that we serve.  It is the generosity of people in Our Community that provides sustaining organizational support and makes a life changing difference for Our CASA Kids.  When you support Champaign County CASA, your help us give a voice to Our Kids in court and in the community.


Take a few minutes to watch THIS VIDEO, and hear about the difference our Advocates make.


Ways to Give:

  • Business Support (Sponsorships, Philanthropic Gifts) - Click for Information and Form
  • Individual Support (Annual Donation, Recurring Giving) - Click for Information and Form
  • Honoring Our 30th Year
  • CASAblanca
  • Pinwheel Project (2025 information coming late fall 2024)
  • Christie Clinic Illinois Race Weekend (2025 information coming summer 2024)
  • Non-cash Gifts (Stock, Real Estate, Wills)*
  • Endowment*

Ready to make a difference? 

Click HERE to give online now.

Make checks payable to: Champaign County CASA, Inc. | 301 S. Vine, Suite 210 | Urbana, IL 61801.


*For more information about non-cash gifts or for any of these giving opportunities, please contact:

Laura Brown, Director of Development

Phone: 217-384-9065 or Email: lbrown@casa4kids.org


"To me, CASA represents the very best in our community coming together to support children who have been abused or neglected.  I began as a volunteer advocate and quickly realized the impact I could make being a consistent, trusted adult, supporting a foster child as their case worked its way through the child welfare system.  When I became the advocate representative on the CASA board, I witnessed the community members that comprise our board wrestle with how to grow the daily infrastructure of CASA while still investing funds in a way that ensures no matter what grant funding looks like, the vital work of CASA will continue.  And of course, none of this is possible without our donors, who faithfully and generously support CASA.  From being a part of the boots on the ground, to working behind the scenes, it is an honor to work alongside other members of our community, responding in a positive, impactful way, so that children who have experienced abuse and neglect can begin healing from their trauma and begin living their best life in a safe, stable, permanent home."

-Candi, Local Volunteer Advocate and Board Advocate Representative