Ways to get involved

Get Involved with CASA of New Hampshire

Be an advocate

Our advocates are incredible! They are adults older than 21 who have the time, passion and dedication to give an abused child a voice in court. Our advocates volunteer about 10-15 hours a month and spend time getting to know the child and the important adults in his or her life. They write court reports and attend hearings to make recommendations to a judge about what they think would be in the best interest for that child. Advocates are only expected to work one case at a time. Hours are flexible, but advocates need to have some daytime hours available to attend periodic court hearings. Contact Diane at 626-4600 or diane@casanh.org for more information.

Join a committee

Have a passion for finance? Do you have loads of ideas on how to raise money for a nonprofit? Are you an event-planning whiz? Consider volunteering for a CASA committee. Contact Suzanne at 626-4600 or slenz@casanh.org for more information.

Volunteer in our office

If you have some spare hours during the week but cannot commit to becoming an advocate and would like to help, we can always use volunteers in our offices. Tasks would include answering phones, helping process mail, data entry, helping with mailings or other special projects. We have offices in Manchester, Berlin, Claremont, Colebrook, Dover, Keene, & Laconia. Contact Joy at 626-4600 or jnolan@casanh.org for more information about volunteering in our offices.

Donate your products or services

CASA works with members of the community for to keep costs low when it comes to a variety of needs, from donated printing services and graphic design work, to businesses and private citizens who donate office supplies or furniture, there are a number of ways to help. Are you a photographer looking to build your portfolio? A cleaning company willing to help with some light office cleaning at a low cost? Contact Carolyn at 626-4600 or ccote@casanh.org to discuss ways you could help.

“I have a full-time job and it would be easy for me to think I don’t have time to volunteer, but when you have the opportunity to help a vulnerable child in this way, you find the time.” – Nigel Roberts, CASA volunteer