Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that brings a voice to Arizona’s children by promoting and supporting volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children and public awareness of the importance of safe and permanent homes for all children. YKFKF is an affiliate of the National CASA Organization.
Each year, we are encouraged by the focus Arizona currently has on ensuring all children have a safe, loving and permanent home. We are also inspired by the amazing people we meet each day who care so much and are dedicated to action.
Are you ready to take action? Join Voices for CASA Children as a volunteer, become an advocate or donate today. It is up to us… we are for the children!
Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation
A Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization
By qualifying as a Foster Care Charitable Organization, your donation can earn a dollar-for-dollar tax credit to Voices for CASA Children. Earn up to:
- $500 tax credit as an individual
- $1,000 tax credit filing jointly
The Arizona Charitable Tax Credits allow you to have a say in where your money goes. By giving to YCFKF, your dollars directly impact the future for children in Yavapai County, Arizona, and you receive Arizona Tax Credits for yourself. More details can be found at www.azdor.gov. YCFKF: QFCO Code 10006
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Our Partnership with CASA of Yavapai County
CASA of Yavapai County (CASA) is a special program of the Yavapai County Juvenile Court. CASA of Yavapai County is affiliated with CASA of Arizona and the National CASA Association which is a network of almost 1,000 programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings.
Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YCFKF) provides a tightly knit partnership with the CASA of Yavapai County. YCFKF provides many of the resources and funding to aid CASA in their work for foster children and separated families.
Our common goal is to meet the unmet needs of children in the foster care system or those aging out of the system.
To learn more about being a CASA, please click on the link above.