This study is evaluating the effectiveness of volunteers from the perspective of judges. The next step – a judicial survey – is coming soon.
Learn more about National CASA, including our history, mission, vision, values, strategic framework and ways to get involved. You’ll also find a leadership and staff directory here.Who We Are
Retrieve details on state organization and local program standards, along with technical guidance to support implementation of these standards.Program Quality, Standards & Guidance
National CASA supports state organizations and local programs to enable volunteers throughout the nation to speak up for an ever-growing number of abused and neglected children. Find resources that will guide this growth.Network Development
Finding diverse and adequate funding sources is an ongoing and necessary goal of state organizations and local programs in order to effectively carry out the mission. This section includes information to support resource development efforts.Funding a CASA/GAL Program
National CASA provides customized resources to member programs to help with recruiting volunteers, attracting donors, strengthening their image in the community and being a voice in public policy.Marketing and Legislative Advocacy
Training is a significant endeavor and critical underpinning of CASA/GAL local programs and state organizations. National CASA is committed to ensuring curriculum offerings support the highest quality advocacy possible.Training
Recruiting, training, supporting and retaining CASA/GAL volunteers is essential to the work carried out by CASA/GAL programs around the country. Find resources to assist with these vital activities here.Volunteer Management
National CASA is committed to creating, sharing and facilitating knowledge for our vast network to enable organizational learning. This section includes internal resources for improving our work, as well as important external resources. This includes Advocacy in Action issue resources.Knowledge Management
The CASA/GAL network is always abuzz with activity – training, conferences, webinars, fundraisers, various submission deadlines and more. In addition to finding National CASA events here, you can submit state and local events for inclusion as well (as long as they are relevant and accessible to the broad network). Visit the Events Calendar page for the submission form.
Learn how to communicate effectively with congressional members, including during the summer recess.More
National CASA and our University of South Carolina research partner will share preliminary results from the Volunteer Retention Study.More