Community Partnership

By supporting Child Advocates of Placer County, businesses and organizations help provide necessary resources to recruit, train, and provide ongoing professional support to our volunteers as they advocate for children in foster care and encourage struggling families. 

Corporate philanthropy, workplace giving, and creating awareness through internal communications are just a few ways you can support this important work. We welcome the opportunity to explore ways to engage your employees or members, and we would love to help you tailor a specific program to your budget and philanthropic goals.

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We rely on a network of generous community members, corporations, and local agencies who provide ongoing support to help us reach our goal of serving every child who needs CASA and offering mentors to struggling families. When you support these businesses and organizations, you're helping to support Child Advocates of Placer County:

“Year after year, child after child, CASA volunteers make a difference in the lives of children who truly need their support. Listening to the experiences of children who have benefited from your invaluable services is a highlight of our year. We are proud to be sponsors of CASA of Placer County and look forward to many more years of supporting the great work performed by CASA volunteers.”

- -Kenneth S. McGuire, President & CEO, Innovations Health Systems, LLC

Donor Privacy

Child Advocates of Placer County neither sells nor exchanges donor information at any time for any reason. If you wish your donation to remain anonymous, please let us know and we will not publish your name in our list of donors.

Tax Information

Child Advocates of Placer County is a private, nonprofit organization, designated by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations are tax-deductible, to the extent allowed by law (federal tax ID: 77-0620948).