AN INVESTMENT in a Child’s Future and in our Community
As a Friend of CASA, your tax-deductible gift furthers our capacity to professionally support our volunteer advocates who work with the children in the foster care system. Your ongoing support enables us to train more volunteers to guide the delicate lives of abused and neglected children in San Benito County. The cost of screening, training, and supervising one volunteer for a year is approximately $2,500.

Choose your giving method:
Automatically charge your monthly gift by selecting the level of your choice or add your monthly donation to the list of payments on your automatic bill pay. Our Federal Tax ID is 45-2881517.


Charitable Contributions for 2020:

For the entire year of 2020, the limitation on how much of your charitable donations you can deduct against your income, no matter who you are or how much you give, has been lifted. Previously, it was a maximum of 60% for cash donations and 50% for non-cash contributions.

Under the CARES Act, these limitations have been removed for Federal income tax purposes. Additionally, anyone who donates up to $300, whether they itemize or not, can deduct that against other income for donations in 2020 (considered an “Above the Line” deduction).

CASA also accepts non-cash donations:

  • To donate your vehicle, please contact us at (831) 637-4992.
  • For items such as clothing, shoes, toys, books, games, and gift cards, we ask that these items be new, unused, and unwrapped.
  • Amazon Smile: you shop, Amazon donates. Find us as Court Appointed Special Advocate of San Benito County.

CASA of San Benito County receives funds through diverse sources: private foundation grants, corporations, individuals, special events, and limited government grants. Financial stability enables CASA of San Benito County fulfill its mission and achieve its goals. Please contribute and plan continued support of CASA of San Benito County in your long-term financial and estate planning. Consult with your estate-planning professional for advice on how to establish your planned giving directives. Information about gift and estate planning methods can be found on the Community Foundation for San Benito County’s ‘Guide to Giving’ on-line at http://www.cfmco.org/givingGuide.php.CASA of San Benito County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public-benefit organization; tax ID #45-2881517. We maintain high standards of accountability and transparency for our donors and supporters. Please follow this link to our Accountability Statement and the Donor Bill of Rights. CASA advocates stand up for the needs of an abused child so that child stands a chance. You can be a part of this powerful program.