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Stability Through Balance

CASA’s revenue is distributed between individual, corporate and community groups (19%), state (30%), federal (20%) and local grants (9%), private foundations (18%) and special events (4%). CASA’s 2018 fiscal year budget totaled $875,000 divided as follows: 83% program, 12% administration and 5% fundraising. CASA is well-managed, financially stable and provides cost- effective services to foster youth not offered by any other organization in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. CASA advocacy reduces the State's cost by reducing the amount of time children spend in foster care. When a CASA volunteer steps in early and advocates for a safe, permanent home, the state of New Jersey can save between half a million to over two million dollars per child depending of the length of the case. 

It’s our responsibility to be financially transparent with our community and those we serve. Please view our IRS Form 990 and Annual Report and contact us if have more questions regarding our finances.

Our Impact This Year

  • Percent of children reunified with parents


  • Current Active CASA Advocates


  • Case Hours Donated by CASA volunteers


  • Percent of cases with a CASA volunteer
    Percent of cases with a CASA volunteer


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