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2024 CASA Conference

April 10 - 12, 2024   ◦   Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Sponsorship Form

As a sponsor of the 2024 CASA Conference, you will be providing the funds necessary to ensure the longevity of effective CASA advocacy in the state of Louisiana. In addition to the tangible benefits outlined on this page, your generosity will help increase statewide understanding and knowledge of child welfare and will help make Louisiana a better home for our children. Thank you for your interest in the 2023 CASA Conference sponsorship opportunities. Please contact us with any questions you may have. 

Sponsorship Level

Fill out the information above, choose your sponsorship level and select 'Become A Sponsor'. A pop up window will appear for you to enter in your payment information. 

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Sponsorship Levels

In April 2024, the Louisiana CASA Association will be hosting a two day event for CASA staff, volunteers, and stakholders to come together for collaboration, celebration, training, and professional development. This conference will bring our statewide network together for in-depth learning, networking opportunities and collaborative discussions about the issues that impact our work and the future of child welfare in Louisiana.

This three day experience included two major events: the 2024 Louisiana CASA Conference Training Day and the 2024 Awards of Excellence. Each event will give Louisiana CASA unique opportunities to showcase our sponsors. We welcome your organization to a unique opportunity to promote your products and services among decision makers, leaders, innovators, educators, and community members from across Louisiana.

  • Economic Challenges
    Families facing financial hardships often feel marginalized and penalized due to their circumstances.
  • Historically Underserved Communities
    Children from historically underserved and marginalized communities are disproportionately represented in the foster care system and are less likely to encounter caseworkers, service providers, lawyers, judges, or CASAs who share their lived experiences.
  • LGBTQIA+ Youth
    LGBTQIA+ youth encounter increased discrimination, harassment, and hostility within the foster care system, leading to a higher-than-average rate of suicide.
  • Undocumented Children
    Undocumented children live in constant fear of family separation and experience significant barriers to accessing essential educational, health, and housing services.
  • Children with Disabilities
    Children with disabilities often experience isolation and difficulties in having their unique needs met.
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Sponsorship Levels

Sponsorship Package

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2024 CASA Conference

April 10 - 12, 2024   ◦   Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

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