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Stand up for an abused
or neglected child.

Your time today can make a difference
in a child's life forever.

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Every 8 minutes a child in Texas
suffers from abuse or neglect.

Your donation will provide a safe,
permanent and loving home.

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make all the difference.

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get involved today!

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That's where CASA comes in.

Children have a right to a loving home. But millions have been abandoned by
their families. We need community volunteers who stand up for them.


Child Advocacy

Stand up for an abused
or neglected child.

Your time today can make a difference
in a child's life forever.

BECOME AN ADVOCATE

Prevent Child Abuse and NeglectChild Advocacy

DONATE NOW!

Every 8 minutes a child in Texas
suffers from abuse or neglect.

Your donation will provide a safe,
permanent and loving home.

CASA of Collin County - Special EventsChild Advocacy

You have the power to
make all the difference.

Attend one of our upcoming events and
get involved today!

VIEW EVENTS!

CASA of Collin County

GET INVOLVED!

That's where CASA comes in.

Children have a right to a loving home. But millions have been abandoned by
their families. We need community volunteers who stand up for them.

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Our programs provide quality based advocacy for abused and neglected children.

Join us as we come together as a community to support children who are neglected or abused.

Become a child’s voice in court –
become a CASA volunteer.


CASA of Collin County seeks Casework Supervisor

CASA of Collin County in McKinney is seeking a Casework Supervisor to oversee the supervision of CASA volunteers as well as to provide assistance with training and retention efforts. To learn more about the position, download the job description. To apply, email your cover letter and resume with salary requirements to Program Director, Patsy McGeehon, at pmcgeehon@casaofcollincounty.org. No phone calls please.


CASA Wins $100,000 from Reliant Energy!


Reliant Energy, an NRG Company, donated $100,000 to CASA of Collin County following its Reliant Gives campaign. Reliant President Elizabeth Killinger and other employees presented the big check on May 10 at CASA offices in McKinney. The Reliant Gives campaign involved a week-competition between three Texas nonprofits (including CASA). Supporters could vote once a day from April 30 – May 6 by entering in mobile phone numbers on the Reliant Gives website. THANK YOU to Reliant Energy and to all who voted CASA of Collin County!



Four Star Charity


CASA of Collin County is proud to be recognized as a four-star charity by Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent charity evaluator. Charity Navigator works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America’s largest charities.

CASA of Collin County receives a rating of Exceptional, meaning we exceed industry standards and outperform most charities in our cause. We are proud to announce we have earned Charity Navigator’s 4-star rating.

About Charity Navigator

Charity Navigator rates charities by evaluating two broad areas of financial health – organizational efficiency and organizational capacity. Using a set of financial ratios or performance categories to rate each of these two areas, Charity Navigator issues an overall rating that combines the charity’s performance in both areas. Charity Navigator ratings show givers how efficiently they believe a charity will use its support today, and to what extent the charity is growing its programs and services over time.


CASA of Collin County Under New Leadership


For CASA of Collin County’s new executive director, Tricia Clifton, the organization’s mission is personal. As an infant, Tricia was removed from her home, moved to multiple foster homes, until being placed for adoption at 18 months. Tricia understands, firsthand, the magnitude of CASA’s mission to promote and protect the best interests of children who have been abused and neglected. She is committed to serving as their voice within the court system as an advocate did for her when she was a young child.

“Most people understand that CPS removes severely abused children from their homes, but few people realize the difficult, lengthy court process these vulnerable children face as they search for a safe, loving, permanent home,” said Clifton. “Our advocates are the eyes and the ears of the court, working to ensure children receive the services they need to heal and thrive.” With a passion for giving back to the community, Tricia Clifton has spent more than a decade serving at risk youth and underserved populations around the world. She has led both corporate and nonprofit teams at WorldVentures and WorldVentures Foundation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Back on My Feet and Youth Villages by successfully turning challenges into opportunities to enhance programmatic outcomes.

MISSION STATEMENT
CASA of Collin County promotes and protects the best interest of children who have been abused or neglected by training volunteer advocates to improve the child’s quality of life and serve as their voice within the court system to ensure they are placed in a safe, permanent and loving home.


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CASA's Holiday Angel Tree & Toy Drive

PARTICIPATE IN CASA’S HOLIDAY ANGEL TREE & TOY DRIVE PROGRAM


A Special THANK YOU To All Our Wonderful Sponsors!

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