CASER is a member driven organisation. It currently has about 50 registered members and targets a nationwide membership of one million by the year 2020 in a membership campaign that would be launched in 2018.
CASER has not received any funds from any institutional donor or government since its outset in 2012. It has relied on the financial support of its trustees and donations from a few members of the Nigerian public in order to fund its activities.
The initial concept of funding the activities of CASER is through its members who shall make regular payments as registration fees and annual dues.
All financial receipts by CASER have been published on the internet except otherwise instructed by any donor who may wish to be regarded as anonymous.
CASER has only one bank account and its finances and property have been audited by a certified firm of chartered accountants.
CASER has however begun searches for institutional donors whose support would magnify its influence and effectiveness in terms human rights promotion, enforcement, good governance and general advocacy for better standards of living for citizens of Nigeria and West Africa