Sumner County CASA | 615-451-1688 |

     393 Maple Street, Suite 400, Gallatin, TN 37066


But there are more children in need than we have the volunteer or financial capacity to handle. We need more resources, but your help can make an important difference. The number of children in the juvenile court system continues to increase and CASA needs your help.  We need people in the community to become advocates for these children.

Sumner County CASA

Mission Statement:
Sumner County CASA, a nonprofit organization created to train and supervise diverse volunteers who act as advocates for the best interest of children involved in court proceedings primarily as a result of abuse and/or neglect.
Changing the lives of abused and neglected children since 1991.


"This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee."

About CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are volunteers trained to be advocates for children who have been abused and neglected and are under the protection of the court. They are appointed by the judge to meet regularly with the child, review records, and talk to family members and professionals involved in the child's case. They report information to the judge, voice their concerns to promote the child's best interests, and monitor compliance with the court's orders until the child has been placed in a safe, permanent home.


This semi-formal festive affair kicks off the holiday season. This soirée has a Radio Daze Big Band taking center stage, a performance by the gifted Nashville Suzuki Players, and guest will be greeted by Sugar Plum Fairies. Fox 17 News anchor Scott Couch will emcee this magical evening, the proceeds of which will benefit Sumner County CASA .


The 2014 US Pest St. Nicholas Ball: Christmas “Believe in Magic” Ball is Saturday evening, December 6th at Bluegrass Country Club, 6pm – 11pm.

For more event information visit the HolidayFest page at