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Corporate Giving

Child Advocates of Placer County continually works to develop partnerships with Sacramento region corporate giving programs. The generosity of our partners allows for the recruitment, training, and support of our court-appointed special advocate volunteers. Whether monetary or in-kind giving, your support will truly make a difference in the life of an abused and neglected child.

Ways to Help

There are many ways you can help. Corporate philanthropy, workplace giving, cause-marketing partnerships, event sponsorships, volunteer programs and creating awareness through internal outreach and communications are just a few ways you can support Child Advocates and help keep children safe. Let us help tailor a specific program to your budget and philanthropic goals. We welcome the opportunity to discuss potential sponsorship opportunities. Contact Resource Development Director Amber Celmer at amber@casaplacer.org or call (530) 887-1006, to learn more about the benefits of engaging your employees or members in supporting Child Advocates of Placer County.

Make a Monetary Donation

  • Support Child Advocates annual campaign through Big Day of Giving in May each year.

Sponsor one of our fundraising events:

Many levels of sponsorship are available with each event. Sponsors receive recognition in event promotional materials, including press releases, invitations, programs, event signage, advertising and Child Advocates communications and social media.

Gift or Gift Card Drives

Purchase gifts or necessities for children:

  • Holiday gifts and toys – participate in our Annual Christmas Promise Program
  • Back-to-school backpacks, supplies and books
  • Back-to-school uniforms and shoes
  • Winter coats, gloves, hats and scarves
  • Teen toiletry baskets
  • Sports equipment

Support Volunteers and Children

  • Gasoline cards
  • Phone calling cards so children can stay in touch with siblings and their CASA volunteers
  • Gift certificates to restaurants, movies or sporting events to use during visits with children

Payroll Deductions

Payroll deduction is an easy and efficient way to make a tax-deductible donation to Child Advocates of Placer County through payroll contributions. Chances are that if you work at a corporation or for the federal government, you already have the opportunity to participate in a payroll deduction program.

Corporate Matching

With workplace giving campaigns, you might be able to make your donation go further. Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions, sometimes dollar-for-dollar or more. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed and signed with the receipt of your gift. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to our organization may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies even match the gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Please contact your human resources department to see if your workplace qualifies.