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redHOT* party Highlights

The highlight of the program was hearing the inspiring words of Sonia Melara, co-founder of La Casa.  Sonia shared personal details on the very beginnings of La Casa and the trying circumstances that existed in the seventies.  Thankfully a lot of progress has been made – more women can say “I am a survivor” without…

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Community Spotlight: Join us next week at the redHOT* party!

Amid a lively night of auctions and community, Christie James–of iHeart80s @ 103.7FM– will lead 300+ advocates, supporters, and civic leaders, through an inspiring evening underscoring the importance of our undivided work to call out and end domestic violence. We’ll also be celebrating our 40th anniversary, and hear from Sonia Melara, one of the original…

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Community Spotlight: Celebrating our redHOT* party Onyx Sponsors

The support we receive from the community is crucial to our success all year round. In particular, we rely on strong organizations like Kaiser Permanente and the San Francisco 49ers to continue the work of ending domestic violence. We are excited that these two orga nizations are joining us once again this year by signing…

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Strike Out Violence Day – September 18th

This year marks the 15th annual collaboration between the Giants Community Fund and La Casa de las Madres, raising funds and awareness for La Casa’s continuum of services for survivors of domestic violence.  As the Giants take on the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday, September 18th, the annual Strike Out Violence Day will honor survivors…

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Community Spotlight: Giants Community Fund

This year marks the 14th annual collaboration between the Giants Community Fund and La Casa de las Madres, raising funds and awareness for La Casa’s continuum of services for survivors of domestic violence. As the Giants take on the Padres on Sunday, September 13th, the annual Strike Out Violence Day will honor survivors of violence,…

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Community Spotlight: Celebrating Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, when La Casa engages with our community to encourage greater awareness of dating violence, its impacts, and the supports available to local youth.  It’s a time when our Teen Program ramps up its year-round efforts and implements special programming to connect with Bay Area youth and community members…

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Adopt A Family: Holiday Giving

Each  holiday season, La Casa’s Drop In Center transforms into an amazing workshop full of presents and treats.  Our generous community brings together gifts, personal care items, clothing and so much more to fulfill the wish lists of the women, teens and children we serve. The families who receive their wishes and needs are enormously grateful: This…

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Community Spotlight: Celebrating Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and all month long we’re asking our community to join us in raising awareness of domestic violence in San Francisco and beyond!  Through various activities, we’ll encourage community members to empower themselves and one another with knowledge and resources, to celebrate survivors and the progress made toward ending abuse,…

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Igniting Change with the redHOT* party

Each year, La Casa de las Madres kicks off October – National Domestic Violence Awareness Month – with our annual premier event, the redHOT* party. In 2013, with the support of Kaiser Permanente, Mercer, Pacific Union Community Fund, Levi Strauss & Co., Macy’s, Premier, Union Bank, Gilmore & Associates, CPA’s, Johnny Beuno Studio, and Recology,…

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Community Spotlight: Community Support: Raising Awareness and Funds for Survivors

The critical safety net of domestic violence services La Casa de las Madres provides to survivors is made possible through the efforts of a supportive community.  La Casa focuses our resources towards providing safety and the vital tools for survivors to transfrom their lives, but an incredible community continues to set up and raise their…

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