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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Activities Reach Youth City-Wide

February 1st kicks off Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and La Casa de las Madres’ Teen Program is geared up to reach out to teens all month long across San Francisco and the wider Bay Area.  La Casa will work to raise awareness of dating violence through activities at high schools and various community-based locations…

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Speaking Up and Speaking Out about Domestic Violence

When it comes to domestic violence, we’ve come a long way in the last 35 years.  When La Casa de las Madres was founded as California’s first domestic violence shelter in 1976, just one such program existed nationwide.  Contrast that with the nearly 2,000[1] identified domestic violence programs that existed nationally in 2011.  Over these…

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Increasing Awareness & Breaking the Cycle: 35 Healthy Relationship Lessons to Live By!

Over the past three months, we’ve asked you—our community—to share with us your favorite relationship lesson to live by, to break the cycle of violence. You’ve responded, helping us build a list of 35 Relationship Lessons to Live By, as we celebrate all that our community has learned during the past 35 years of La…

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Join us for the redHOT* party

Thursday, October 4, 2012 6:00pm – 9:30pm One Leidesdorff 344 Pine Street San Francisco *Raising Awareness… Raising the Stakes… For all women La Casa de Las Madres is excited to invite you to the annual redHOT* Party where we will Raise the Stakes and celebrate 36 years of advocating for survivors of domestic violence. Please…

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Community Spotlight: Giants Community Fund

This year marks the 11th annual collaboration between the Giants Community Fund and La Casa de las Madres, raising funds and community awareness for La Casa’s life-saving services.  As the Giants take on the Dodgers on Sunday, September 9th, the annual Strike Out Violence Day will honor survivors of violence, as well as organizations that…

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Stand with us Thursday to say ENOUGH! The facts DO matter!

This Thursday, August 16th, the Ethics Commission will hear final testimony in the official misconduct proceedings surrounding suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s conviction of false imprisonment in a domestic violence case.  At 12pm on the Polk Street steps outside of San Francisco’s City Hall, the anti-domestic violence community will unite for a press conference to say…

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35 Lessons to Live By!

You might’ve heard on the radio that La Casa de las Madres and Clear Channel are celebrating 35 years of the Bay Area supporting survivors of domestic violence!  We’re celebrating 35 years of La Casa’s life-saving services and supports for survivors of domestic violence, including 35 warm beds each night in our emergency shelter for…

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Community Spotlight: Loud Dog—A Digital Brand Agency

It was a nearly instantaneous synergy.  Loud Dog—a digital brand agency—“takes an uncommon view of Loud” and models an exceptional commitment to its community.  Since being introduced to San Francisco-based digital agency in the spring of 2009, our continuous collaboration has sparked and strengthened La Casa’s work to inspire a board and diverse community to…

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Billboard Campaign Complete – Spanish Signs Up in the City Through Mid-April!

February 29th: We are proud to have exceeded our fundraising goal…multilingual messages are on the horizon, Why are we stopping now?

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Press Conference to Unveil Billboard, As We Work to Raise a Second Message!

Thank you! With our anti-domestic violence allies, La Casa successfully raised $4,000 – before the clock stopped ticking. But don’t stop now. Another $2,500 will fund a second billboard – in Spanish!

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