Ways To Give
Give To CASA
With your support, you are helping CASA of Collin County recruit, train, and support volunteers to advocate for the best interests of the children and youth they serve. Your generosity helps us provide a crucial service to fight for a brighter and safer future for some of the most vulnerable populations in our community. THANK YOU!
Is easy to donate online to CASA of Collin County. Make a one-time donation or schedule a recurring donation.
Want to give offline?
Call us at 972-529-2272 or mail your check to:
CASA of Collin County
101 East Davis Street
McKinney, Tx 75069
You will receive a tax-deductible receipt along with your thank you letter for your donation. If you have questions, please contact our Development Director, Teressa Jimenez, at 972-529-2272 x 103 or via email.
You can provide now for a future gift to CASA of Collin County by including a bequest provision in your will or trust. Your will or trust directs assets to your heirs and can direct a bequest to CASA of Collin County.
- Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime.
- You can change your bequest if your circumstances change.
- You can direct your bequest to a particular purpose (be sure to check with CASA of Collin County to make sure your gift can be used as intended).
- You can have the satisfaction of knowing your bequest will support CASA of Collin County in the way you intended when you are gone.
Use this language in your estate plan:
I hereby direct $____________ (or _____ percent of my residual estate) in cash, securities, or other property to CASA of Collin County (Fed. ID# 75-2391961).
Naming CASA as a Beneficiary
You can name CASA of Collin County as beneficiary of your life insurance policy or your retirement plan and reduce your tax liability. This is as simple as calling your provider and updating or adding to your beneficiary designations.
Giving Real Estate
For many people, their home or other real estate is their most valuable asset. You may donate your home or other property to CASA of Collin County. Gifts of real estate may secure a charitable income tax deduction for you, based on the fair market value of the property, with no capital gains liability for the transfer. If you wish to continue to live in your residence, you may choose to irrevocably deed a residence (such as your home, cabin, or farm) to CASA of Collin County but reserve the right to use it during your lifetime. This arrangement may create an immediate income tax deduction and a federal estate tax deduction.
Reducing Taxes and Receiving Income
You may give to CASA of Collin County, reduce your tax liability and receive an income from your assets. There are many ways to meet your financial and philanthropic goals including creating a charitable gift annuity, a charitable remainder trust or a charitable lead trust. Such financial vehicles require planning and professional counsel and can be powerful ways to put your passion for CASA of Collin County into action.
More Ways To Give
Match Your Gift
Many companies offer matching gift programs to their employees. Check with your employer to find out if your company matches employees’ gifts to charitable nonprofit organizations; you may be able to double or even triple your donation to CASA.
You can help children who’ve been abused or neglected while gaining tax benefits by giving appreciated stock.
As with any decision involving your assets, we urge you to seek the advice of your tax and legal advisors and we recommend you discuss your goals with your financial or estate planning professional. If you have any questions about what types of gifts CASA accepts, please contact our Development Director, Jasmine Greeson, at 972-529-2272×103 or via email.
Support CASA of Collin County by attending one of our upcoming events. CASA offers several events throughout the year to raise awareness as well as funds to provide services for abused or neglected children.
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.