CASA’s Newest Partnerships

Since CASA’s founding 32 years ago, we have recognized the need to create and sustain relationships critical to the organization’s growth and sustainability. Fostering strategic partnerships with governmental agencies, organizations and businesses has ensured that our vision and mission on behalf of child victims remains present. These partnerships also provide a broader access to resources enabling growth to sustain our mission.

CASA’s most recent partnership is with the BIA (Business and Industry Association), New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce whose nonpartisan work primarily focuses on representing business interests with state legislators, the governor, and state regulators and represents more than 400 leading employers in the state.

“We are grateful to have this unique opportunity to work with the BIA and the exposure it will provide CASA to such a tremendous network of businesses around the state,” said CASA of NH CEO & President Marty Sink.

“Given our work ‘mixing it up’ in the state public policy arena, I’m pleased to share a softer, gentler side of BIA through our partnership with CASA of NH,” said BIA President Jim Roche, himself a CASA volunteer. “Helping CASA recruit volunteer GALs and increase exposure for its important work allows BIA to play a modest role in addressing a critical, social need.”

Another new partnership for CASA is the NH Businesses for Social Responsibility. The NHBSR is helping to drive the social responsibility agenda in the Granite State by showing businesses the integral link between social responsibility and the bottom line.

BIA and NHBSR are just two of the many partnerships CASA has engaged in the last many years. Others include our long-standing partnership with Granite State Children’s Alliance, NH’s Children’s Trust, Waypoint and dozens of others.  Additional partnerships can be found on our website.