Madison County CASA is fortunate to have the support of our community.
Apply or Nominate to be a CASA
Are you interested in being a CASA? Be sure to check out what it takes to be a CASA here. Know someone who would be a good CASA? Fill out the form below?
As a private, nonprofit organization, Madison County CASA raises all of our own funds through city, state, and county sources, foundations, special events, individual giving, places of worship, associations, and corporations.
White Madison County CASA is, at its heart, a volunteer based organization, CASA programs are required to hire staff to manage the program and provide for the recruitment, screening, training and supervision of volunteers to ensure the highest quality services are provided. Ever rising programming costs include salaries, office support, computers, equipment, travel, and training.
Join one of our events to support CASA and be part of the community.
Cornhole N' for CASA
Cornhole N’ for CASA is a fundraising cornhole tournament for Madison County CASA. Held at the West Tennessee Farmers Market, corporate teams from the Jackson area and community teams from all over Tennessee compete for fun, prizes, and bragging rights while also raising funds for Madison County CASA. Held from 2017- 2019, we hope to bring this great event back soon!
In March 2021, Madison County CASA launched a NEW fundraising event, CASA ChefBox! Madison County CASA is partnering with Chef Tanner Wade of the Jackson Country Club to bring fun and food to Jackson. With their donation, participants receive a box of fresh ingredients and receive an online link to a live cooking demonstration so they can prepare a delicious meal right alongside Chef Tanner!
Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. In order to call attention to child abuse prevention, Madison County CASA partners with multiple community friends, including the Jackson Madison County Library, launching our first All Community Read. Participants will be reading the memoir, Three Little Words and all book discussions and surrounding events will be pandemic friendly.