Chapter Service & Philanthropy
Theta's national philanthropy is CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA is a group of trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to speak up for abused and neglected children in court. With the information provided by CASA volunteers, judges are able to make informed and timely decisions as to what is best for the child so these children still have a chance at the best childhood possible. Every year, CASA volunteers help approximately 280,000 abused or neglected children find safe and permanent homes. To learn more about CASA, please visit the CASA national website.
The Beta Zeta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta is passionate about CASA! In support of Payne County CASA, we hold an event called CASA carnival! It is a night full of fun, laughter and carnival food and games! All students at Oklahoma State are welcomed to our chapter to enjoy great food, games, and music. We raise quite a bit of money for CASA and are so thankful we support such an amazing cause.
Thank you to all who participated and made this fundraiser happen. We look forward to continuing our philanthropic work with CASA through special events!