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Monetary Contributions

Our CASA program relies heavily on community donations to ensure that abused and neglected children in our community continue to have a voice.  While volunteer advocates provide a voice in court, our program must have highly qualified and paid staff to recruit volunteers, assign cases, assist in preparing court reports, fill-in for the advocate if they are away and ultimately ensure that each advocate is matched with the right case for them.  


There is a high return on your investment when you donate to CASA and, of course, your contribution is always tax deductible. Your donation qualifies for the Colorado Child Care Tax Credit - which allows donors to deduct 50% of their contribution on state taxes. Contributions of $250 and up will receive the child care tax credit form from our office after the contribution is received.

(Please consult your tax advisor regarding questions you may have about deductible contributions).

Once your donation processes, you will receive a letter from us noting your donation for tax purposes. 

In-Kind Contributions

Our program also relies on in-kind donations from our community to support children and families.

Unfortunately due to capacity and cleaning issues, we are unable to accept used donations. We happily accept new clothing items (jackets, gloves, scarves, and other warm clothing items are always appreciated), school supplies, toys, and personal hygiene items.  

We also appreciate donations of gift cards in smaller amounts ($10 to $25) that we can give to families for emergency groceries, fuel, or local restaurants. Gift cards also help our foster youth in our Fostering Futures program with their financial budgeting and education. 

If you have questions about making a monetary or in-kind contribution, please feel free to call our office at (719) 583-6326.

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