Our mission, to provide compassionate, responsible court-appointed volunteers to advocate for children facing abuse and neglect to ensure their right to a safe, nurturing, and permanent home, would not be possible without the support of all our donors and partners—from unique individuals to community organizations and foundations. 

Community Funders

Berks County Community Foundation
Arrow International Scholarship Fund

Founded in 1994, Berks County Community Foundation, while promoting philanthropy, helps individuals, families, organizations and businesses achieve their charitable objectives and improve the quality of life for the residents of Berks County.

Colonial Oaks Foundation

From 1992-2015, the Colonial Oaks Foundation committed itself to strengthening and improving the quality of life in Berks County, PA.

The Law Foundation of Berks County

The Law Foundation of Berks County is a non-profit corporation designed to raise and provide funds to support charitable, law-related projects, programs and services in Berks County.

The Wyomissing Foundation

Established in 1927, in keeping with the vision of the founders, the work of The Wyomissing Foundation continues to have a positive and meaningful impact on initiatives that improve the quality of life in the communities it serves. The Wyomissing Foundation is a proactive grantor and looks to utilize its assets by addressing critical community issues in hopes to leverage other support to make a greater impact on the problem being solved by the opportunity created.

United Way of Berks County

Since 1925, United Way of Berks County’s work has centered on raising and distributing funds to support a vital network of health and human services, as well as tackling our community’s key issues and working towards solutions in the areas of Education, Health, Income and Safety Net Services.

Junior League of Reading
Sustainer Grant

The Junior League of Reading, PA, Inc. (JLR) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.


National Partners

National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (NCASA)

National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association, together with its state and local members, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused and neglected child in the United States can be safe, has a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.

2016 National CASA Annual Report


State and Local Partners

Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (PA CASA)

Pennsylvania CASA Association is the statewide non-profit organization that develops new programs, advocates for local programs, provides training, and supports the network of local CASA programs and volunteers in Pennsylvania.

Become a Partner

CASA of Berks County exists by the support of passionate individual donors, as well as the organizations above that generously support the mission. Is your business or foundation interested in supporting the work of CASA of Berks County?  

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