Become a voice for children! CASA of Oklahoma County, Inc. is pleased to announce the establishment of Voices for Children, a major giving society designed to bring together members of our community to support Oklahoma County foster children. The launching of Voices for Children coincides with the recent approval of an ambitious three-year strategic plan. This plan calls for serving 75% of Oklahoma County’s foster children with an advocate by July 2021. Society giving levels are based on pledges to give over a three-year period. Join us today in providing critical support for our community’s foster children.

For questions about joining the Voices for Children giving society, please contact Jennie Hill at 405-713-6600 or jhill@casaofokco.org.


Giving levels are:

Hero – $30,000 over three years

  • Picture in Voices for Children publication
  • Invitation to donor appreciation cocktail hour
  • Four tickets to Volunteer Appreciation event
  • Plus, benefits at lower levels of giving

Champion – $15,000 over three years

  • Picture in Voices for Children publication
  • Invitation to donor appreciation cocktail hour
  • Two tickets to Volunteer Appreciation event
  • Plus, benefits at lower levels of giving

Advocate – $7,500 over three years

  • Invitation to lunch with the executive director
  • Listed in Voices for Children publication
  • Plus, benefits at lower levels of giving

Ally – $3,000 over three years

  • Voices for Children lapel pin
  • Listed in Annual Report
  • Listed on Voices for Children page on website
  • Recognition at spring event

 

Giving levels are based on pledges to give over a three-year period.

Become a Voice for Children

  • Please complete this form so our Director of Development, Amy Weaver, can contact you regarding your Voices for Children pledge.
 

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The CASA Program

Our mission at CASA of Oklahoma County is to provide trained volunteers to be champions for the individualized best interests of children in foster care. CASA of Oklahoma County provides trained, caring adult volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect. CASA volunteers get to know the children and communicate with all parties in the case and people in the children’s lives in order to provide complete information and sound recommendations to the court. As “the eyes and ears” of the judge, the CASA volunteer offers a neutral, third-party opinion to the court, one that is unbiased and child-focused.