More Ways To Give!

More Ways to Support The CASA Project

Help CASA Worcester County and make a life-changing difference in a child’s life. Here are ways that you can get involved. 

Thank you for your support!
  • Give a Gift
  • Volunteer Your Time
  • Sponsor the annual CASA Project Golf Tournament
  • Make an In-Kind Donation
Give a Gift:

Your gift, of any size, will directly help Worcester County’s abused and neglected children. The money you give will strengthen and expand the number of children we can help, providing strong advocacy for every child who needs it. 

You can donate:


Contribute directly and securely on our website by clicking here. We use a completely secure, encrypted server to process online donations.

By Mail: 

Please make checks payable to "The CASA Project” and send it to:

The CASA Project
100 Grove Street
Worcester, MA 01605

By Phone: 

This is a great way to give a gift in honor of someone else: a volunteer, a friend or anyone else. 

Questions? Please contact Deb Karlgren at 508-757-9877 ext. 101, or,

Volunteer Your Time

Join our community of over 170 CASA volunteers and work on behalf of a child. 

Each volunteer commits roughly 15-20 hours per month, on a case lasting an average eighteen months. Click on the volunteer tab above for more information and an online application. 

If you have questions, please contact Kris Wilhelmy at (508)757-9877 ext. 102, or,

Sponsor the Annual CASA Project Golf Tournament

Our annual golf and fund-raising event provides a wonderful opportunity to showcase your corporate citizenship for Worcester County citizens and leaders. Choose from a range of a sponsorship options. 

For more information, please contact Kris Wilhelmy at 508-757-9877 ext. 102, or,

Make an In-Kind Donation

We also appreciate in-kind donations:
  • Children’s books (New / Used)
  • Children’s arts and crafts supplies (New)
To make an in-kind donation please contact Kris Wilhelmy at 508-757-9877 ext. 102, or,
Volunteers speak...

 "I think that in choosing to become a volunteer, it makes me feel like I can make a difference, it’s not easy. It makes you open your eyes, look around and see how blessed you are. 

Being a CASA volunteer has affected me because it made me realize how lucky I am” HF
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