Casey Family Programs: An Overview of the Foundation
With 40 years experience providing direct services and serving as a national advocate for change, Casey Family Programs is the largest foundation focused solely on improving the lives of children and youth in foster care. Casey Family Programs’ mission is to provide and improve—and ultimately to prevent the need for—foster care. The Seattle-based foundation was established in 1966 by U.P.S. founder Jim Casey and currently has an endowment of $2 billion.
In addition to its Seattle headquarters, the foundation has operations in ten states and the District of Columbia. President and CEO Ruth Massinga has led the foundation since 1989.