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By making a donation to CASA of Camden County, Inc. you are not only helping our organization succeed in accomplishing our mission, but you are being an advocate in the life of an abused or neglected child in Camden County. 
 
CASA of Camden County, Inc. goal is to be active advocates in the lives of all abused and neglected Camden County children in out-of-home placement who are in need of a CASA volunteer. With over 1,500 abused and neglected children in foster care in Camden County, this is no easy task.  
 
Did you know? A CASA volunteer is often the only consistent adult presence in a foster child’s life — the one person a kid can truly count on. Without a CASA volunteer, these children are 2x as likely to remain in the system and 4x as likely to drop out of high school.

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You can make a donation online with your credit or debit card. Donations may be one-time or recurring.

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Donate by Mail

Please send the check to
CASA of Camden County, Inc.
520 Market Street, Suite 401 Camden, NJ 08102-1300

What Others Are Saying

"I joined CASA to make sure that children and youth do not get mistreated or 'lost' in the foster care system. When I was sworn in as a CASA, the family court judge who administered the oath told us that judges need for us to contribute information that other people involved in these cases may not find. As a result of his statement, I understand the importance of providing the most complete information that I can to advocate for foster children. I also have the responsibility of being an "educational guardian" and I use my experience as a teacher to advocate for special education services for a child with disabilities. I will continue to do my best as a CASA to advocate for children in foster care."
"When I drive up to my child's home and she runs out of the house to greet me I know that I have a closer relationship with her than any other worker on the case. She is 100% of the reason I am there. She is why I am a CASA. When I am on a case there is nothing more important to me than ensuring that the child is in a safe, nurturing, loving atmosphere and that she is receiving the help she needs. "
John
CASA Volunteer