Real Stories. Real Healing. Real Hope. Launched in the fall of each year, the annual Children’s Campaign is one of our organization’s primary components of its annual giving opportunities. Gifts to the Children’s Campaign provide unrestricted support to our organization and allow us to provide a critical voice for the abused and neglected children in our community by supporting and expanding our program services.
CASA of Tarrant County hosts two special fundraising events each year – the Judge Scott Moore Awards Dinner in the spring and CASA Uncorked in the fall. Special events provide a unique way for our organization to partner with community businesses, corporations and individuals to generate necessary and unrestricted revenues for their operating budgets.
If you would like to organize an event to raise money for CASA of Tarrant County, please contact our Development Coordinator, Natalie Stalmach at 817.877.5891 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation in the Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor program takes just a tiny bit of effort. You will first need to have a Kroger Plus Card; they can be obtained at the store if you do not already have one. Please contact Natalie Stalmach at email@example.com or 817-877-5891 for the CASA Customer Letter to present at checkout.
At Tom Thumb:
Tom Thumb offers their customers a way to direct a donation dollar to their favorite church, school or other non-profit organization with each purchase made. Through the Good Neighbor Program, you can link CASA's account number to your Reward card. You can do this by completing a Reward Application Form at any Courtesy Booth. Fill in the top portion and the "Good Neighbor Program" section, indicating CASA's account number as the organization to link to your card. CASA's Good Neighbor account number is 2738.
When you shop at Albertsons, just before you pay for your purchases, scan in a card specific to CASA in order to give back to us. These cards are available at the CASA office. Pick up yours today.
Checks should be made payable to CASA of Tarrant County and mailed to: 101 Summit Avenue, Suite 505, Fort Worth, Texas 76102.
Are you interested in supporting CASA of Tarrant County but not ready to make a cash gift? Consider making a pledge. Pledge payments can be set up with the donor’s needs in mind. Please call our office at 817.877.5891 for more information.
The recurring gift option allows you to make a larger gift and pay it over time. For your convenience, installments can be set on a monthly, quarterly or semi-annual basis and can be processed through automatic bank drafts or credit card payments. Please call our office at 817.877.5891 for more information.
CASA of Tarrant County accepts gifts of stocks, bonds and shares of mutual funds. If you are interested in a securities transfer, please contact Natalie Stalmach at 817.877.5891.
These gift options provide a wonderful way to remember the special people in your life. Whether for family, friends, teachers, or co-workers, these special gifts provide an opportunity to remember or pay tribute to individuals as well as recognize special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or holidays. Memorials and Honorariums provide a unique way to express your feelings while at the same time benefiting CASA of Tarrant County. The family members of those being remembered or those individuals being honored will receive a special notification identifying the donor without specifying the gift amount. Donate now
Your gift to CASA of Tarrant County may have an opportunity to be doubled through an employer match program. Many companies match contributions made by their employees.
Support CASA of Tarrant County by purchasing CASA license plates for your car. More than 70% of the cost of the plates goes to our organization’s efforts.
Endowment gifts are one of the most permanent and lasting ways to support CASA of Tarrant County. Once your gift is placed into an Endowment fund, it continues to grow by earning interest that flows back to operational and capital needs for the life of the organization. The Samuel Denny Endowment fund is currently in place and available to receive donations. CASA of Tarrant County also welcomes the idea of establishing new Endowment funds. For more information, please contact Natalie Stalmach at 817.877.5891.
Planned giving involves searching for creative ways to make charitable gifts now or after your lifetime while often times enjoying financial benefits for yourself and your family.
We realize that significant thought and consideration is given by the donor to make a meaningful contribution which benefits CASA of Tarrant County. Unlike cash donations, planned gifts are generally made from assets in your estate rather than disposable income, and come to fruition upon your death.
Making a planned gift to CASA of Tarrant County is a significant way to support our mission – by providing young victims of child abuse and neglect with the voice of CASA Volunteer.