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Mark your calendar for the 2017 redHOT* party!

Event Details
Thursday, October 5th, 2017
The Green Room
Veterans Building, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue

Please join us on October 5th! It takes all of us, across every gender and community, actively working together as an undivided force to put an end domestic violence.

La Casa’s annual redHOT* party, held during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, brings together supporters, civic leaders and community members committed to ending domestic violence and providing a safe space and services to victims of abuse. As in years past, over 400 supporters, civic leaders, and community members will join us in celebration and solidarity, committed to an empowering safety net of solution for domestic violence survivors across the San Francisco Bay Area.

Get Involved
The evening will feature live and silent auctions, musical entertainment, the impact of key programs and partnerships on the lives of local survivors, and a few special surprises. Stand with us to end domestic violence, by getting involved today!

Sponsorship is a high-impact opportunity to signal your support of La Casa’s mission to end the cycle of violence. Opportunities range from $500 to $25,000+ with specialized recognition. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here!

Donate to the Auction
Live and silent auctions are a big part of the festivities. We’re always looking for new and unique items. Please contact the Development Department at 415-503-0500 or

Unable to donate or sponsor? Volunteer your time and expertise. Have fun while making a difference. Contact to inquire about signing up.

All proceeds from this event directly support the domestic violence intervention and prevention services La Casa provides each year to the nearly 23,000 community members. In addition to a confidentially located safehouse, La Casa’s services include an active Drop In Center, 24-hour hotlines, La Casa’s teen program, prevention education and community outreach. All offerings are multilingual, free of charge, confidential, and available to all victims of domestic violence.

With your support we will make an even larger impact to help end domestic violence in the Bay Area.

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