Make a Difference in a Child's Life

CASA Volunteers look out for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court.‚Äč

Giving Tuesday, November 28 - Donate to Support Volunteer Advocates

Allen County CASA, a program under the supervision of Allen Superior Court, Family Relations Division, looks out for the best interests of children who have been victims of child abuse and/or neglect in our community. Join our team of volunteers and be a voice for children who might otherwise be lost in the system.

Children in Allen County need Advocates.

What is a CASA?

A CASA is a person just like you that is trained to represent the best interests of children in the court system . . .

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Many children, not enough advocates.
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This year, more than 1200 Allen County children are known to the Court to be victims of abuse and/or neglect.

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Support the work of CASA Volunteers.

The time isn't right for you to become a volunteer advocate? You can support the work of volunteers by making a donation to the Allen County CASA Coalition.

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Check out this video to understand what it means to be a CASA, and the life-changing impact you can have in the lives of children.