CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA is an organization that that educates and trains volunteers to advocate for neglected children around the United States. A CASA provides a voice for the voiceless, and provides children with an opportunity to break away from their unfavorable situations.
We are so honored to say that Kappa Alpha Theta is the only sorority at Auburn University with a local branch of their national philanthropy! We also have two of our sisters serve the Lee County community as CASAs. We are all so passionate about CASA and to give back, we host two philanthropy events throughout the school year. These events include CASA Fest and Theta Twist. CASA Fest is a week long event consisting of various philanthropic events such as benefit nights, pop-up boutiques, and concourse events to create awareness and raise money for CASA. Theta Twist is our spring philanthropy event where we make and sale delicious soft pretzels, have live entertainment, and spread the word about CASA.