CASA Sponsors

Child Advocates – Denver CASA Mission Partners and Sponsors

Child Advocates – Denver CASA’s success relies on a large network of dedicated community members, corporations and government funders who provide ongoing support to help us reach our goal of serving every child in Denver who needs a CASA volunteer. Their contributions ensure that abused and neglected children benefit from high-quality advocacy provided by our well trained CASA volunteers. We are grateful for their generosity and for the relationships we have developed over the years.

Mission Partners

Anschutz Family Foundation

The Anschutz Family Foundation supports Colorado nonprofit organizations that assist people to help themselves while nurturing and preserving their self-respect. The Foundation encourages endeavors that strengthen families and communities and advance individuals to become productive and responsible citizens. There is a special interest in self-sufficiency, community development and programs aimed at the economically disadvantaged, the young, the elderly and the disabled. The Foundation is also dedicated to funding efforts in rural Colorado.

Bright Mountain Foundation

The Bright Mountain Foundation is dedicated to helping children/youth, seniors, and persons living with HIV/AIDS to enjoy safer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives in a way that promotes the potential of the individual.

Credit Union of Colorado

The Foundation was created in January 2012 by the Credit Union of Colorado to promote community development by providing financial and volunteer support in the areas of education and human services. The new foundation reflects the organization’s long history of philanthropic commitment to its members and the communities where they reside.

Denver Foundation

The Denver Foundation helps generous people like you build charitable legacies that make a difference today and in the future. As Colorado’s oldest and largest community foundation, we provide the expertise and leadership to help people give back to Metro Denver in ways that are meaningful — to them and to the community.

Denver Human Services

Denver Human Services provides a variety of assistance to eligible Denver County residents in financial need and to those in need of protection from abuse and neglect. A wide-range of protective services are provided to vulnerable children and adults, focusing first on safety, and moreover, the well being, permanence and strength of families. Major financial assistance programs include: Family Medicaid, food assistance, energy assistance, child care, Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF), general assistance, child support enforcement, and adult medical/financial assistance. Utilizing available Federal, State and local resources, coupled with a caring and dedicated workforce, the Department is committed to weaving a safety net that extends beyond just those individuals and families that meet eligibility guidelines. With the help of the larger community, the department works toward providing assistance and resources to Denver’s vulnerable residents seeking assistance. For more information, visit

Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation

The Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation is a nonprofit, private foundation that was incorporated in the State of Colorado in 1948. Since its inception, the Foundation has made more than $127 million in grants to support important efforts of nonprofit organizations.

Liberty Global, Inc.

Liberty Global is the leading international cable operator offering advanced video, telephone, and broadband internet services. Liberty Global is our key donor in training materials and supplies for CASA volunteers.

National CASA

The National CASA Grants Program is supported by a cooperative agreement from the US Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, with additional support from Jewelers for Children.

Newmont Mining Corporation

Newmont Mining Corporation is primarily a gold producer, with significant assets or operations in the United States, Australia, Peru, Indonesia, Ghana, New Zealand and Mexico. Founded in 1921 and publicly traded since 1925, Newmont is one of the world’s largest gold producers and is the only gold company included in the S&P 500 Index and Fortune 500. Headquartered near Denver, Colorado, the company has around 40,000 employees and contractors worldwide.

O’Brien Advertising

O’Brien Advertising is a full-service advertising agency known for creative that moves people, media buys that hit people at the right times in the right places, strategy that affects the bottom line, technology where it works best, and a flexible and no-ego approach.

State of Colorado

State of Colorado/Office of the Childs Representative: The OCR is a state agency charged with improving best interest representation for Colorado’s children. The office contracts with over 250 attorneys who represent youth in dependency and neglect (child abuse), delinquency, domestic relations, paternity, truancy and probate cases. Effective legal representation and advocacy is a critical element in giving children a voice in the Colorado Court System. By creating practice standards and providing oversight and training for attorneys, OCR fulfills its legislative mandates.

The Scout Guide

The Scout Guide Denver is an innovative guide that beautifully highlights the flavor, passion and character of small businesses, local artisans, services and cultural institutions in the community of Denver.

The Shops at Northfield Stapleton

Northfield Stapleton is a 1.1 million square-foot, open air lifestyle and entertainment center located in Denver, Colorado at interstate 70 and Central Park Blvd. The center is anchored by Macy’s, Harkins Theatres Northfield 18, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, JCPenney, Super Target and more than 60 premier shops and restaurants. For more information, visit The Shops at Northfield Stapleton is owned and managed by subsidiaries of Forest City Enterprises, Inc, a NYSE-listed national real estate company with $10.7 billion in total assets. The Company is principally engaged in the ownership, development, management and acquisition of commercial and residential real estate and land throughout the United States. For more information, visit

The Virginia W. Hill Foundation

The Virginia W. Hill Foundation was established by the late Virginia Hill, a noted Denver philanthropist.


The State Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement (State VALE) Grant Program is designed to provide funding for programs which implement statutory rights for crime victims and/or which coordinate or provide services to crime victims on a statewide or multi-jurisdictional basis. Approximately $1.25 million has been awarded to agencies that provide these types of services.


The Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs is responsible for administering the Federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) assistance grants. The Crime Victim Services Advisory Board makes biannual funding recommendation for the victim assistance projects throughout Colorado. This money is sub-granted to organizations throughout the State of Colorado to enhance, expand, and develop new programs to serve victims of crime. These services include counseling, providing shelter, assistance in filing compensation applications, crisis intervention services, assistance in court proceedings, assistance in filing protection orders, etc. During calendar year 2011, the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice sub-granted $6,609,922.00 in VOCA assistance grants to 122 programs, which used the money to provide direct services to victims of crime.