Advocate. Empower. Support.
Our Impact in 2021
We Need Your Help!
For over 30 years, CASA of Collin County has provided unduplicated court-appointed advocacy for children removed from their homes and placed into the child welfare system due to abuse and neglect.
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
September 10, 2022
Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town
North Texas Giving Day 2022
Early Giving begins September 1st
September 22, 2022
Online Giving Day to inspire philanthropy and promote local nonprofits.
Please attend an Information Session to learn more about the role of a Volunteer Advocate and the requirements.
Information Session (for consideration of Winter Training 2022)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Friday, October 7, 2022
Information Session (for consideration for Winter Training 2023)
6 – 9 PM Tuesdays & Thursdays starting in January – Dates TBA
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Friday, November 4, 2022
Friday, December 2, 2022
What They Are Saying?
“I have had the opportunity to touch the lives of some children in a beneficial way. The “grand prize” has been seeing the children from an unfortunate situation adopted into a loving and stable family.”
“Being a CASA Volunteer Advocate means that I can play an active role in helping a child in need.”
“Being a CASA has humbled me. These children are suffering, yet they show great strength and resilience. They are often optimistic about their lives no matter how unpleasant they may be. They look on the bright side and they do not want to be a bother to anyone. They are appreciative of what’s done for them and they are courteous and respectful. I’ve learned from the children how to handle adversity with a positive attitude, a focus on the future and a sense of humor.”
“It is rewarding-and sad- to see and hear the gratitude for very small acts of kindness, from kids who have never felt they had anyone to depend on. I told one of my CASA kids recently how much I admire his ability to make the best of a bad situation after his father abandoned him and left the state. He said that if the person who was supposed to love him and care for him treated him that way….. He’d better learn to take care of himself. That saddens me, but it also inspires me to help him achieve his goals. There would be some justice in that.”