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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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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: Celebrating Mothers

Your generous contributions to honor the individuals in your lives enables La Casa to provide comprehensive and empowering services to women, teens, and children exposed to and at risk of abuse.  We provide access, tools and support—clinical and peer-based—that strengthen their ability to affect change and break the cycle of violence.  Your support allowed La…

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Holiday Partners

The holiday season typically represents something joyous and exciting.  However, that is not always the case.  For victims and survivors of domestic violence, this time of year can be difficult.  Feelings of instability and isolation can start to take over.   For this reason, we do our best to activate our community and help the survivors…

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49ers Foundation

Touchdowns for Kids!

La Casa de las Madres looks forward to celebrating the San Francisco 49ers success this season, on and off the field. One of eight beneficiaries for the fifth Touchdown for Kids Program, we’ll be cheering even louder during 2015! For every 49er touchdown, field goal, interception, or sack, the 49ers Foundation, Taube Philanthropies and Koret…

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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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Celebrating + Male Role Models: Father’s Day – June 21st

In the fight against domestic violence, we at La Casa de las Madres, Home of the Mothers, also honor the vital role dads play in creating vibrant, non-violent families, cultures, and communities worldwide. Each of us has a critical role to play in ending the cycle of violence—men and women, survivors and allies, bystanders and…

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Community Spotlight: Over 494 Holiday Spirits Brightened through 2013’s Adopt A Family Program

An enormous amount of appreciation for the hundreds of community groups, businesses, and individuals who came together to Adopt A Family with La Casa in 2013: From my family to yours, I want to thank you for sponsoring my family.  The gift of paying it forward is a true gift and as I continue to…

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50 Survivors Need Your Help Every Day – #GivingTuesday Success

We more than doubled our #GivingTuesday goal – thank you! Read more about the campaign below… #GivingTuesday is a campaign to create a national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season, celebrating and encouraging charitable activities that support nonprofit organizations – like La Casa de las Madres!  2013 marks this second annual…

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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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