CASA Kane County’s event revenue comprises more than 1/3 of the agency’s entire operating budget. Since 100% of the budget must come from private donations and grants, this is an important aspect of the organization’s success for children. There are three main events held annually that consist of CASA’s Children’s Champion Celebration – Annual Gala and Auction, the Golf for a Child Invitational, and the Holiday Extravaganza. All three events provide much-needed funding for more than 600 abused and neglected children annually so they have the opportunity to thrive in the safety of a permanent home.
If you are interested in attending, volunteering or donating to one of the existing events, please let us know. There are also opportunities to develop your own customized fundraising event that is convenient for you and your potential attendees that can benefit CASA Kane County. Other organizations have held jeans days, fashion shows, item collections, gift-giving, or percentages of sales to directly benefit abused and neglected children in the Fox Valley area.
Please contact us at 630-232-4484 for more information.
Children's Champion Celebration Annual Gala
Our Children’s Champion Celebration is held each year in March to help raise money to benefit CASA Kane County and the children we serve. The annual gala has become CASA’s largest fundraiser! Visit our Annual Gala page for more info.
Golf for a Child Invitational
Our Golf for a Child Invitational is held each year in August. We are thankful for the 300+ golfers and sponsors who help make this one of our most successful events. Visit our Golf for a Child Invitational page for more info.
Super Heroes Annual Luncheon
Our Super Heroes Luncheon is held each year in October. The luncheon provides community awareness and education to help understand the impact of child abuse and neglect.
Hands Around the Courthouse
This annual event that takes place in April, hosted by CASA, featuring leaders with the organization who all work collaboratively to serve in the best interests of children. Visit our Hands Around the Courthouse page for more info.