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Become a National CASA Association Member


Use this online form to become a member of National CASA Association, supporting our advocacy for abused or neglected children nationwide. If you prefer, you may print a form (PDF, 641KB) to send your membership information by mail. For questions, email donate@casaforchildren.orgor call us at 800.628.3233. 


Giving at different levels provides different benefits as a National CASA Association member. All gifts will be followed up with an email to confirm receipt, and then a message to request preferences you may have regarding incentives associated with different levels.

Click here to see the premiums associated with each giving level. 

For questions, email donate@casaforchildren.org or call Resource Development at 800.628.3233. 

Donation Levels 
  Level Range
    Platinum Member 
$500 and up
    Gold Member 
$250 - $499
    Silver Member 
$100 - $249
    Bronze Member 
$50 - $99
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