Our Court Appointed Special Advocate Volunteers are advocates for abused and neglected children going through the court system here in Boulder County, Colorado.
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We believe in advocating for the children.
For children like Samantha, childhood means something very different from what most of us knew growing up. And then there’s the 8 year old whose mother tells her over and over again how “ugly, fat, and stupid” she is, while repeatedly physically abusing her. Or the 14 year old who is afraid to go to sleep because her step father might slip into her room. And even, the 5 year old, whose parents are trying hard to maintain his health and safety, but keep falling on hard times.
These are the children our CASAs serve.
Voices for Children CASA trains and supports community volunteers to advocate for the needs of abused and neglected children going through the court system. Our CASA volunteers make sure that the court system hears the voices of the youngest and most vulnerable whom it serves and provides these children with a consistent, positive adult in their lives; an adult who will tell them that they are beautiful, and smart, and worthy of love.
Our children need people who are willing to stand up.
Our CASA Volunteers and Generous Supporters help our youngest and our most vulnerable so that ALL children of Boulder County can have a safe, nurturing environment where they can thrive.
Other Ways to Give.
Your contribution, no matter what size, changes the odds for a child in need.
CASA is the only volunteer position that empowers everyday citizens to be appointed by the Court. Our CASA Volunteers work one-on-one with a child victim of abuse or neglect here in Boulder County, getting to know the child as the amazing person they are, and then making recommendations about what that child needs to thrive. It’s because of your generous support that we are able to have such a huge impact on the children of Boulder County. A gift to Voices for Children of Boulder County CASA helps train and support our CASA Volunteers, enhance our Community Outreach, and lift up our Children.
Here are additional ways to give your support:
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We are able to accept gifts of appreciated stock or securities, which can help you save in capital gains taxation while also providing Voices for Children of Boulder County CASA with financial support. Check with your Tax Advisor for specific information.
You can easily double the value of your donation to us if your employer has a matching gift program. Simply ask your HR department for a matching form, sent it our way, and we’ll finish the paperwork. Oh! And did you know? Some companies will even make donation that match the time you spend volunteering.
You can make a bequest to Voices for Children of Boulder County CASA as one of the simplest ways to make an impact that lasts via our future planned giving program. Additionally, naming us as a beneficiary to your retirement account or life insurance policy can make the same, lasting difference as part of your future planning.
Offer your expertise, services, and products to us and our children, and still receive the tax benefits of a monetary donation. Helpful in-kind donations include food donations for trainings, gift cards and tickets for our children, toys to stock the toy closer, and services like printing, photography, and advertising.
Maximize Your Gift.
Donations of $250 or more may qualify for a 50% tax credit here in Colorado.
When a donation is made to Voices for Children of Boulder County CASA, the Child Care Contribution Credit for the state of Colorado may allow a donor to claim a tax credit equal to 50% of the total donation. This unique Colorado state tax credit can provide a sizable tax benefit for donors who financially support charities focused on the care and development of children in Colorado.
It is important to know that the benefits of the Child Care Credit does not replace the tax benefits already put in place at the state and federal levels. This means that as a donor, you may still claim the federal charitable deduction and the state charitable deduction, with the Child Care Credit reducing any remaining state tax on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
The Child Care Contribution Credit may be claimed by individual donors, by partnerships and corporations, and by estates and trusts. Limitations apply. To learn more, please visit the Colorado Department of Revenue Income 35.