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Mission Statement

To recruit, train, and support trained volunteers to represent abused and neglected children in court dependency proceedings to ensure that these children find a safe and permanent home and receive the the services they need.


CASA is a national grass-roots volunteer organization that was founded by a juvenile court judge in 1977. Fairfax CASA was established in 1989. We recruit, screen, train and support lay volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in Fairfax County Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court proceedings. Volunteers must complete 36-hours of training and commit to one year of service.




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(703) 273-2201


Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Fairfax CASA?

by Jerry L E. (May 9, 2010)
I have a lifelong commitment to serving the children in my community . After 14 years of volunteerism , I saw an article for CASA Volunteers. After attending an information session , I knew Fairfax CASA was the organization for me . 2.5 years later , I am extremely content with the professionalism , commitment and leadership of the organization . The Staff at Fairfax CASA is by far the best in class , We need you !
by Susan P. (September 18, 2009)
This is the most rewarding volunteer activity that I have ever participated in. I can't think of a better cause - the children in our community. Fairfax CASA is one of the best run organizations out there and the folks there help you every step along the way to ensure your success in advocting for your child(ren). Apply and start helping the children in your community - they need you!!
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