How you can help promote CASA Cares for the Community

Our annual gala, CASA Cares, was cancelled earlier this year due to COVID-19. Worried about the impact this would have on the organization as we continue to recruit and train new advocates, we had to get creative. CASA Cares for the Community, on Friday, September 25, is a virtual rendition of our annual gala. The event will not only help us provide more voices for New Hampshire’s most vulnerable population, but this year we have the chance to support community members across the state who have been affected by the virus as well.
Throwing a virtual event like this is completely new to our organization. As we continue to learn more, we have found that the number one tool to hosting a successful virtual event is to have many active “event goers” or views on the live stream. If you’d like to help CASA turn this event into an exciting and unforgettable night, below are 3 ways you can help us promote CASA Cares for the Community:

Registration is now open!

1. Send the official invitation to your friends and family.

Feel free to copy and paste our sample text below, or create your own!:

Hi there,

I wanted to invite you to join me for a 1-hour virtual event on Friday, September 25 from 7-8 p.m.: CASA Cares for the Community.

As you may know, I am a volunteer with CASA of New Hampshire – a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing advocates for abused and neglected children during the court process that shapes their future. This year, the pandemic has interfered with CASA’s annual gala; it’s largest annual fundraising event.

CASA Cares for the Community is using the virtual platform to help more than just the children without a voice that we serve. It is celebrating two deserving families that are part of our CASA community, and it is supporting local businesses by buying gift cards and auctioning them off to the highest bidder.

There will be a live auction filled with excursions, weekend packages, a high-end outdoor gear package and a even a virtual “happy half hour” with Seth Meyers and three of your friends. Hosted by auctioneer and entertainer Mark Fodero and WMUR’s Amy Coveno, expect an hour of fun for a good cause. You can even participate before the event by purchasing a Golden Ticket (winner chooses any live auction package they want for just the $100 raffle ticket price) or a chance to win a stunning pair of diamond stud earrings.

CASA is near and dear to my heart and it would mean the world to see you online during the event. It will be streamed live on CASA’s Facebook page and YouTube channel on September 25 starting at 7 p.m. Please register today at

Thank you so much,

[Your Name]

2. Share this post on your social media platforms.

Feel free to copy and paste our sample text below, or create your own!:

What are you doing on Friday, September 25, at 7 p.m.? I will be snuggled up on the couch, streaming CASA of New Hampshire’s virtual gala, CASA Cares for the Community! CASA is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to providing advocates for  abused and neglected children in court. This year, the annual gala focuses on giving back to the community while raising money to support victimized children in New Hampshire. One of their live auction prizes is a virtual “happy half hour” with Seth Meyers and three of your friends! Along with the great auction prizes, there will be live entertainment, so I’m looking forward to the hour of giving back.

As a supporter of CASA, it would mean the world for you to join me during this unforgettable night. Register today at Don’t forget to like @CASA of New Hampshire on Facebook to receive all event updates! More information is also available at

3. If you see a CASA Cares for the Community post on our social channels, give it a share.

The key to promoting a virtual event is through social media. We continue to share posts about our live auction items, fun recipes from our guest chefs that you’ll want to make before you log on to enjoy while you watch, video messages from special guests, raffle updates, and other fun elements of the night to spark interest. If you see a post on our Facebook Page, (or Twitter or LinkedIn) share it with your friends and family and remind them that this year’s “evening of giving” is just an hour on Friday, September 25!