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Thank You for Joining Us!

On October 5th San Francisco stepped out to End the Silence and Stop the Violence!

Together, we helped put an end to domestic violence at our annual redHOT* party, which brought together supporters, civic leaders and community members committed to ending domestic violence and providing a safe space and services to victims of abuse. Over 400 supporters, civic leaders, and community members joined us in celebration and solidarity.

A highlight of this year’s redHOT* party was the opportunity to hear from La Casa volunteer, Maribel Lopez. Maribel shared how events in her own life led her to volunteer at La Casa’s shelter. Her passion to end domestic violence inspired all of us.

For first time redHOT* attendees, the evening provided a wonderful opportunity to learn about the important work La Casa does, and for returning attendees, it was an opportunity to learn about the exciting new programming La Casa has launched in the last year. The night kicked off with a silent auction, signature cocktails, and delicious food from La Cocina and dessert from Three Twins Ice Cream. We painted the Green Room red while enjoying the music of DJ heyLOVE* and pianist Stephen Kiazyk.

A special thanks to our many sponsors that made the evening possible including: San Francisco 49ers, Trewstar, Pacific Union, Union Bank, New Harbinger Publications, Annemarie & Patrick Fortier, Russ & Lee Flynn, and Matt & Matt Hunt.

The redHOT* party raised over $120,000 to support La Casa’s mission to help end domestic violence. Thank you to all of our attendees, the volunteers, donors, and sponsors who made the evening’s celebration possible. We must all—men and women, friends and family, bystanders and opinion leaders—champion solutions. Please save October 2, 2018 for the next redHOT* party!



Couldn’t Attend? Here are other ways you can show your support:
Make a pledge: Show your support for La Casa and its work by donating monthly.
Join the redHOT* party committee: contact the Development Department at 415-503-0500 or donations@lacasa.org



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