“The service provided by the CASA volunteers is critical to the administration of justice. I know that the State’s Attorneys in my Juvenile Division appreciate and rely on the information that CASA provides to the court. …CASA volunteers provide a significant benefit to the Courts while protecting our most vulnerable assets, our children.”

Robert Berlin
DuPage County State’s Attorney

CASA of DuPage Events

25th Anniversary Gala

Please mark your calendar and plan to join us Saturday, October 20, 2018 at The Drake in Oak Brook as we commemorate 25 years of advocating for children in our community. It promises to be a beautiful evening complete with cocktails, dinner, a raffle, silent & live auctions and dancing. Your attendance and support means CASA of DuPage County can continue to provide a caring advocate for 100% of abused, neglected, dependent and vulnerable children in DuPage County's court system. Ticket and partnership information can be found here. If you would like additional information, please contact Beth Stremel at 630-221-08890 x304.

Champions of Hope Golf Outing

Save Monday, May 20, 2019 as the date for the annual Champions of Hope Golf Outing.  Join 200 golfers at Wheaton's Arrowhead Golf Club to support CASA of DuPage County.  The day begins with registration at 11:30, lunch at noon and a shotgun start at 1:00 pm.  This is your chance to play a beautiful course, compete in contests and enjoy a delicious dinner all while being a “Powerful Friend to Powerless Children.” Contact Beth Stremel  for information about tickets and sponsorship opportunities.

Wheaton Brew Fest

Beer lovers you do not want to miss this event!  On the first Saturday in August, CASA of DuPage County collaborates with the Wheaton Park District to bring the Wheaton Brew Fest to Memorial Park.  Spend an afternoon in a beautiful setting sampling over 80 different craft beers.  Mark your calendar and watch for details on how you can purchase tickets to attend or volunteer as a beer pourer for the day.  If you would like more information contact Beth Stremel or 630-221-0889, ext. 304.