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Every few days, an abused or neglected child in Fairfax County is placed under Court protection. These children need advocates to protect their fundamental rights. CASA volunteers are the solution. Become a CASA volunteer, donate, encourage others to join our cause. Every child deserves a promising future.

Darcy Cunningham,   Executive Director
Fairfax CASA

Named “One of the Best” area nonprofits by Catalogue for Philanthropy 2015-2016

success stories

  • Fairfax Beer Garden benefiting Fairfax CASA!

    Save the date for 6/24/18 from 12pm to 6pm! Fairfax CASA is excited to announce that we are the featured charity for the Fairfax Beer Garden hosted by High Side, a new craft beer and Asian street food establishment in the heart of Fairfax. High Side has teamed up with the local businesses in the historic […]

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  • Do More 24!

    Beginning at 12:00 Noon on May 17th and continuing for 24 hours, Do More 24 is the DMV’s largest 24-hour online fundraiser powered by United Way of the National Capital Area. Donors can contribute to any of the more than 700 participating nonprofits to fund programs and services right here in our own community. Fairfax […]

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  • 2018 Run for the Children Race Results!

    The results are in! Thank you to everyone who came out to support Fairfax CASA for our 8th annual Run for the Children! Check out your time for the 8K Race or the 3K Run/Walk. To all of our superhero participants and volunteers – without dedicated supporters like yourselves, we could not continue the important […]

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  • Informational Sessions for Prospective Volunteers

    The first step in becoming a CASA volunteer is to attend an information session. At the sessions, guests have the opportunity to hear from a CASA volunteer and a CASA supervisor about the process of advocating for a child who has been abused or neglected. It’s the best way to get the full picture of […]

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  • Giving Circle of Hope Grant Recipient

    Fairfax CASA is pleased and honored to announce our being chosen as a Giving Circle of HOPE (GCH) grant recipient for the 2016 year. The Giving Circle of HOPE awards annual grants to exceptional nonprofits. You can learn more about them here:    

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