CASA of Sedgwick County

Other Ways to Volunteer


Additional Volunteer Opportunities

CASA volunteers work directly with abused and neglected children and the people in their lives: foster parents, social workers, attorneys, teachers, medical providers and others. In addition to training and supporting advocate volunteers, most CASA programs benefit from the invaluable contributions of non-advocate volunteers.

There are a number of ways you can contribute your time and talents to our local CASA program, including those listed below.

  • Writing/layout/editing/publication/distribution of the program's newsletter
  • Designing a website, or maintaining current information on a program website
  • Recruiting volunteers: public speaking, staffing tables at events, talking to friends
  • Hanging CASA posters in your community
  • Inviting CASA staff to present a program to their community or civic group, recruiting volunteers, requesting a donation, etc.
  • Getting CASA information out in their workplace via e-newsletter, posters, brochures in pay envelopes, etc.
  • Organizing a fundraiser or contacting businesses for in-kind donations: food, prizes in connection with a special event or for volunteer recognition, office supplies, etc.
  • Presenting an in-service training workshop on a topic about which you have professional expertise
  • Making your home, workplace or other facility available to the CASA program for training, volunteer recognition, special events, etc.
  • Serving on governing boards or advisory councils or their committees