Help CASC help the leaders of the future        

With your support, CASC will be able to fulfill the promise of our charter: to help build confidence in the future leaders of the world. Only with the generous help of our  donors have we been able to accomplish our achievements.

Donate Vehicles!

Please donate that Auto, BoatYacht, Truck, or RV that you no longer need to California Association of Student Councils! Receive the maximum legal tax deductions and possibly a partial cash payment. For more information about car, boat, RV and other property donations or to receive a “no obligation” evaluation of your potential vehicle or other property donation, Click HERE … or please call toll free: (866) 2-GIVING or (866) 244-8464. We pick up anywhere in the U.S.A.”
Donate by Check:

Donate directly to the CASC office by sending a check, payable to CASC, to

California Association of Student Councils
1212 Preservation Park Way
Oakland, CA 94612

All donations are tax-deductible and many companies will match donations from their employees.


Recent Accomplishments Made Possible Because of Our Donors:


China 2013-2014: After attending the Summer Leadership Conferences with six Chinese delegates, the Chinese  advisor will fly several CASC representatives to China in late January 2014 to discuss an SDP initiative.

Australia 2013: Two advisors from the nonprofit leadership organization Magic Moments who observed the UCSB Summer Leadership Conference offered a scholarship to Education Policy Director Ajay Shanmugham

Pakistan 2009: CASC facilitated the Next Generation Report, a comprehensive overview of the future of education for the nation


Executive Director June Thompson is serving as the Architect for Leadership Development for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. CASC trainers are currently working with staff, board, and members to augment their leadership skills.


SB 1422 validating student teacher evaluations  was signed into California law in 2010


CASC trained peer mentors for the summer enrichment program for “at-risk” entering ninth graders in the Compass Program at Menlo-Atherton High School.

Over a four-year period, CASC conducted training for classes, the staff, the entire student body at Menlo-Atherton high School.


CASC designed leadership lessons and trained staff for Sacramento START, which conducts after-school programs in 40 low-income elementary schools.


Selected as a model self-esteem program by the California Task force on Self-Esteem

Selected as a model youth program by the International Youth Foundation