Fairfax CASA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Click to view our 2013 Annual Report and our three most recent IRS Form 990s – 2012, 2011, and 2010.
We have partnered with Blue Pay to securely process your online credit card donation. The money you give will strengthen our network and help provide strong advocacy for every child who needs it.
Or, if you prefer, you can mail your check to:
4103 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
Many donors choose a recurring gift to save themselves time and effort. You may give monthly, quarterly or annually by setting up an automatic donation. To start your recurring gift, click Donate and choose “I want to make a recurring donation.” Or just call 703-273-3526 to speak to someone who will set up your recurring gift.
Join a giving circle
Circle of Hope: Sponsor a child by committing to give $1,200 annually to provide a child with a powerful advocate, a CASA volunteer, for the year.
Investors Circle: This special group of individuals commit $5,000 annually to support Fairfax CASA’s functional expenses so that we may focus on providing the highest quality of services to the at-risk children in the community. Members receive special communications and invitations to events throughout the year. Since 2005, Investors Circle members have donated more than $380,000 to Fairfax CASA.
Workplace giving and Matching gifts
Participate in your company’s employee giving campaign to leverage the link between your professional life and your commitment to Fairfax CASA. Many companies match employee donations dollar-for-dollar, meaning your donation of $50 per month can be worth $1,200 each year.
Federal employees and military personnel can designate Fairfax CASA for their contribution to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) by selecting #68151 on the enrollment form.
Match your gift:
Many companies offer matching gift programs to their employees for cash contributions or hours of volunteer service. Check with your employer to find out if your company matches employees’ gifts to charitable nonprofit organizations; you may be able to double or even triple your donation to Fairfax CASA.
Gifts of stock
You can support our work without even opening your wallet! A gift of your appreciated stock will bring safety and promise to the future of an abused and neglected child, while offering you a tax advantage. Download a stock donation form here.
Fairfax CASA’s account for receiving donated securities is managed by Infinex Investments, Inc.:
Fairfax CASA, Inc – Tax ID# 54-1555197
Infinex Investments, Inc.
538 Preston Avenue
Meriden, CT 06450
To ensure that your gift is property accounted for, please notify Rebecca Megel, Project Specialist at email@example.com or (703) 273-3526.
Give in honor of someone special
Consider celebrating the birthdays and anniversaries of your loved ones with a gift to Fairfax CASA. To make a gift, click Donate and choose “Dedication.” When you provide the honoree’s address, we will send a note directly to them with your personal message. We will not share the amount of your gift.
Give in memory of someone special
Keep a friend or loved one’s spirit alive through a donation in their name. In place of flowers or to observe anniversaries or special days, consider giving to Fairfax CASA. To make a gift, click Donate and choose “Dedication.” When you provide an acknowledgment address, we will send a note directly to their family with your personal message of remembrance. We will not share the amount of your gift.
Bequests and other special gifts
You can create lasting hope for vulnerable children through a bequest or special gift to CASA. Let your estate planning professional know you would like to find out how to plan a gift to benefit you and your family while creating a lasting legacy for children in need.
Fairfax CASA continually works to develop partnerships with local corporations. The generosity of our corporate partners allows for the recruitment, training and support of nearly 200 court-appointed advocate volunteers. Whether monetary or in-kind, your support will truly make a difference in the life of an abused child.
There are many ways to help. Consider sponsoring our Run for the Children 8K Race and 3K Run/Walk, provide underwriting for a year’s printing needs, or let us tailor a specific program to your company’s budget and philanthropic needs.
We welcome the opportunity to discuss potential partnership opportunities. Please contact Lisa Banks, Executive Director a firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 273-3526.
Buy and Sell on eBay
Fairfax CASA is part of the eBay Giving Works program. So, you can support our mission when you buy and sell on eBay. Here’s how:
You can find whatever you’re looking for on eBay – from baseball cards to new cars and more. When you do, shop for items that benefit us. You can get a great deal and support advocacy for abused and neglected children at the same time!
Shop now to support Fairfax CASA
You can also support Fairfax CASA when you sell on eBay. Just designate our organization to receive 10-100% of your final sale price the next time you list something great.
Did you know that charity listings often get more bids and higher prices than regular eBay listings? Boost your sales and support our critical work while you’re at it! Plus eBay gives back to you too, with a fee credit on your basic selling fees.
Sell now to support Fairfax CASA
Shine the Light Foundation
Support Fairfax CASA’s ability to serve all abused and neglected children by making a gift that will grow and sustain our work well into the future. Initially funded by a generous gift in 2008, the Shine the Light Foundation, an IRS Type III Supporting Organization, directly supports the work of Fairfax CASA through a yearly distribution. Our vision is to grow the Foundation through additional charitable gifts, planned gifts, and investments. Please contact us for further information about how you can help create a stable financial future for Fairfax CASA. Click to view the foundation’s three most recent IRS Form 990s – 2012 , 2011, and 2010.