CHILD ADVOCATES of Northeast Oklahoma

What a Donation to CASA Can Do

  • Provide a CASA volunteer to advocate for a child’s best interests while he / she is in the foster care system.
  • Empower CASA volunteers to gather details about a child’s case, communicate with all parties involved in the case, and prepare reports to represent the best interests of the child.
  • Enable CASA volunteers to monitor all aspects of the child’s life to ensure his / her safety and report any concerns to the proper authorities.
  • Help move a child through the juvenile judicial system as quickly as possible and help advance that child’s case towards a permanent and safe home.

Making a Donation

Your contribution to Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma will help support CASA volunteer advocates in their efforts to guide these children through the overburdened legal system to safe, permanent homes where they can thrive.  Your tax deductible gift can help turn a life of hurt into one of hope.

Thank you for considering Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma for your charitable donation.  Your generosity makes a tremendous difference in the lives of children in our area.

Donate by Mail

If you prefer to donate by mail, please mail your check to:  Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma, 200 South Lynn Riggs Blvd., Claremore, OK 74017.

Corporate Support

Contact us if you would like to learn more about becoming a corporate sponsor and other opportunities for businesses to assist the mission of our CASA Volunteers.  Consider donating other resources to CANO, like advertising space, printing services, catering for events, office supplies, etc.  Your in-kind donations can make a difference, too!

Matching Gifts and Workplace Giving

Does your company have a matching gift program?  If so, double the impact of your donation to CANO through your company’s  program or check to see if there are other employer campaigns which can enhance your giving to charitable organizations.

Donate Online

Your secure online donation will strengthen our network and help provide strong advocacy for every child who needs it.  Use the “Donate Online” button below to make a contribution today!

Help Us Tell Our Story

Contact us if you would be willing to help us tell “our story”.  A member of our staff would love to share with your business, church, or professional group how CASA Volunteers are making a difference in the lives of children in northeast Oklahoma.  Use this link to message us about setting up a time to present to your group or give us a call at 918-923-4570.

“Like” Us on Facebook

And, finally, don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook.  Use this link (or the one in the footer of the page) to switch to the Facebook page for Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma and hit the “Liked” button.

GreatNonprofits Recognizes National CASA

as a 2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit

Thanks to positive reviews by CASA and GAL volunteers around the country, the National CASA Association has been named a 2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit by GreatNonprofits.org. The awards have been in existence since 2009. The honor is equivalent to the people’s choice award for non-profits, where volunteers, donors and people served by a nonprofit organization can cast their vote in the form of a review to express their appreciation.

Seven out of 10 people say the presence of a rating badge increases their likelihood of giving to a nonprofit. Being recognized as a GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Nonprofit gives donors and volunteers more confidence in supporting the mission of National CASA. The recognition is earned based on the large number of positive reviews a charity receives from its volunteers, donors and beneficiaries.

“I have been involved as a volunteer in many non-profits over the years, but I have never felt that my work was more important than my time and effort spent as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Children,” wrote one reviewer about her experience with a local program of National CASA. “I feel CASA has given me opportunities to use my talents and training to truly make the biggest differences in the lives of children who find themselves in the court system.”