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Donation Information

The funds Prairie Plains CASA receives help children maintain as much normalcy in their lives as possible during this time of chaos. Your donation allows CASA kids to participate in school activities, extracurricular activities and sports activities by covering entry fees, uniform costs, etc. Donations are also used to make sure that these children have gifts to open on special occasions such as birthdays, Christmas and other holidays. When children are removed in emergency situations and in the middle of the night, they may be unable to take any of their belongings with them. Through your donations, Prairie Plains CASA provides children an overnight bag equipped with items such as a toothbrush, comb, shampoo, and a teddy bear.

Your contribution also allows us to continue training volunteers to advocate for these children in our courts. Volunteers must complete 30 hours of training and 12 hours of continuing education each year. 

Your donation is tax deductible. There are a few options when making your donation. You can send your check to:  Prairie Plains CASA, 322 Norris Ave., Ste. 6, McCook, NE 69001 or donate by using the button below. This button will take you to our donation page in PayPal. You can make your donation with any credit card or through your PayPal account. An amount can be designated and you can add a message if you wish.  Thank you in advance for your donation to support this life changing program!

To make a donation now through PayPal, click the image below.

I am for the child...

“"Keeping children safe must be everybody's business. CASA volunteers play a unique role on behalf of some of our most vulnerable children. Their commitment, vigilance and persistence offer hope where there has been little. They help to light the way for these children—and for all of us."”
Marian Wright Edelman, Founder and President, Children's Defense Fund

Quick Links

National CASA Association
Nebraska CASA Association
Project Everlast
Through the Eyes of the Child Initiative