Thank you for your consideration in supporting our Circle of HOPE, Annual Sustainer Program.
Donating to CASA of Polk County, Inc. is a proactive and critical investment for the future
of our children and communities that we work, play, live and serve in.
Annual Levels - $500, $1,000, $1,500, $2,000 & $3,000
Monthly payments are welcome!
Your generous donation will provide support for the following
$100 – Training manuals for four new CASA volunteers
New CASA volunteers are required to undergo 30 hours of curriculum in class training, plus 10 additional hours of courtroom observation.
We have 2 training classes every year. Each has a beginning average of 6 – 12 volunteers
$250 – Scholarships for CASA volunteers and staff to attend professional child welfare training's.
CASA volunteers and staff are required to take 12 hours of additional continuing education hours per year to meet National CASA Association guidelines and requirements.
$1,500 – Child advocacy cost per year per child
Average length child is in care is two years
Polk County has roughly 150 cases on any given day. Currently, we advocate for approximately 86% of these case
Your gift will assist CASA of Polk County, Inc. in the ability to sustain and grow our program through recruitment, training and retention. Funds will provide additional resources to our organization and network of volunteers who advocate and amplify the voices of abused and neglected children in Polk County Oregon, that are wards of the court.
Download, print, complete form and enclose with your check. Mail your gift today to:
CASA of Polk County, Inc.
580 Main St. Suite D
Dallas, OR 97338
Not everyone can be a CASA volunteer....
BUT anyone can donate to make a difference in a child’s life!
ORS 419B.112 – In every case, the court shall appoint a court appointed special advocate.
In 1987, the Oregon Legislature mandated that all abused and neglected children in Oregon shall have a CASA, and two pilot programs were introduced. The mandate requires the CASA to investigate, advocate, facilitate, and negotiate to ensure that the court, the Department of Human Services, and the child’s attorney, fulfils their obligations to the child in a timely fashion. CASA volunteers monitor all court orders to ensure compliance and to bring to the court’s attention of any changes of circumstances that may require a modification of an order of the court.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of CASA of Polk County, Inc. is to recruit, train, guide, and support volunteers appointed by Polk County Judges to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the judicial system.
CASA of Polk County, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. All gifts are 100% tax deductible. Tax ID# 27-0102203