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Financial Contribution

Change a child’s story by making a financial

contribution today.

Hope Society

Join our monthly giving society to help build a strong foundation for growth.


Connect with CASA on the numerous opportunities to engage on our shared cause.

Learn more about donating to CASA of Johnson & Wyandotte Counties:
Natalie Julien, President & CEO
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Get Involved

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Hope Society


We invite you to join our Hope Society, a monthly giving circle. By becoming a member, you will be one of our most committed supporters ensuring that every child has the opportunity to thrive.

Your monthly gift greatly impacts the lives of
 children, families and our community. Every dollar donated helps further our mission by providing a meaningful voice and connection that instills hope and builds resilience for children who have experienced abuse and neglect.
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Your gift of $50 per month supports access to technology for one child to stay connected to their support system, no matter the distance

between them.


Your gift of $25 per month provides backpacks and school supplies for six children, so that they might be ready and

excited to learn.


Your gift of $500 per month offers a stable CASA Advocate for four children, who become a voice for their best interests.


Your gift of $250 per month affords resources to train 40 CASA Advocates, each now ready to be matched with a child in need.


Your gift of $100 per month allows for 24 one-on-one tutoring sessions for one teen, building confidence and improving academic performance.

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Sustained Giving

The ongoing support of monthly donors, helps to ensure that CASA has resources ready to serve the needs of children.


Know your tax-deductible

and charitable giving plan is already in place for the entire year to come.


Your monthly gift helps save administrative costs which can instead be directed to programming.

Learn more about joining our Hope Society or donating to CASA of Johnson & Wyandotte Counties:
Natalie Julien, President & CEO
CASA's Planned Giving Options


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What is a QCD?
(Qualified Charitable Distribution)

A QCD is a strategy that can help reduce taxation in the current year while providing a benefit to your charity of choice.


Qualified charitable distributions are made directly to the eligible charity from a traditional IRA, inherited IRA, inactive Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan, and inactive Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE) IRAs. (Inactive SEP and SIMPLE IRAs are accounts that no longer receive employer contributions.)

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Who can make a QCD?

An individual can contribute up to $100,000 per year in QCDs if they have attained age 70.5 or older.


The individual must have an IRA type account to make the CQD.  (traditional, inherited, inactive SEP and inactive SIMPLE IRAs)


If you have questions on whether your account is eligible, please reach out to CASA for further guidance.

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Does a QCD make
sense for me?

This strategy may be applicable to donors who:

  • Are required to take a minimum distribution from an IRA, but don’t need the funds and would face increased taxes if forced to do so.

  • Would like to reduce the balance in an IRA to lower future required minimum distributions.

  • Would like to make a larger charitable gift than they could if they simply donated cash or other assets.

  • Have identified which charities they want to support immediately with a substantial gift.

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If you would like to execute a QCD, follow the steps below:

1. Verify that your account is eligible for the QCD.

2. Contact your financial advisor or custodian to initiate the QCD. (Rules and processes vary across custodians.)

3.​ Provide the custodian/advisor with the information for CASA of Johnson & Wyandotte Counties. Generally, they will require you to provide an address and tax ID number.

  • 6400 Glenwood St., Suite 100, Building 4 Overland Park, KS 66202

  • Tax ID: 48-1088233

4. After being initiated, the custodian will distribute funds from your account directly to CASA, usually via check.

5. Make sure to collect your tax forms and mention this process to your tax preparer to ensure you get credit for your contribution.

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For more information about CASA's planned giving options, please contact:
Natalie Julien, President & CEO

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