A Voice For Children

CASA of Baltimore County is here to provide court appointed volunteers who advocate for the well-being of Baltimore County's abused and neglected children with the desired outcome of placement in loving, safe and permanent homes.

Sponsorships are now available for our annual event, An Evening with CASA!

Make a Difference and Donate Today!

Your financial contributions will make a lifelong difference in the life of a displaced and discouraged foster child!


There are nearly 600 children in foster care in Baltimore County each year. CASA of Baltimore County currently serves about one third of those. Our goal is to help ensure that these children receive all the services they need and to recommend to the court the best outcome for each child—a safe, loving, permanent home.


Who We Are

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) provides advocates for children in foster care who have been abused, neglected or abandoned.

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CASA volunteers come from all walks of life and disparate backgrounds. No legal or social work background is necessary to volunteer.

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Donate Today!

Donations make it possible for CASAs to give abused or neglected children in Baltimore County a powerful voice in court, school and anywhere they need an adult to speak for them.

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"CASA Volunteers are a wonderful resource to children in need, and to the judges and masters who hear the cases involving these children. They provide consistency and invaluable insights for children who have far too few reliable adults in their lives"

Hon. Kathleen G. Cox

Circuit Court, Baltimore County


Understanding our Children & Volunteers

ReMoved is a film about the realities of a child in the foster care system. Please take 12 minutes out of your day to watch this amazing video by filmmaker Nathanael Matanick.

Everyday Heroes highlights CASA volunteers making a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children. It provides a rare opportunity to hear directly from children about their homes before and after a CASA volunteer came into their lives.