APAPA donates toys to My Sister’s House

In 2019, My Sister’s House was named the recipient of APAPA’s annual toy donations. As part of our philanthropic efforts, APAPA National Headquarters collects toys at the Annual Holiday Mixer hosted by APAPA-Greater Sacramento Chapter (APAPA-GSC) and presents those toys to a worthy organization to hand them out to deserving children in the Greater Sacramento… Read more »

My Sister’s House featured on Indivisible Yolo’s podcast

Indivisible Yolo recently featured Michelle, Sexual Assault Prevention Specialist at My Sister’s House, to talk about Project REACH. Project REACH is one of My Sister’s House efforts to reach out to Yolo County. Click here to listen to the episode.

My Sister’s House Run 4 Safe Haven brings light to dark subject

Their goal is to raise money to continue serving the Northern California community against domestic and sexual violence. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in four women and men have been victims of some form of physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Read More

Fashion for A Cause to Benefit My Sister’s House

Fox40 News talks about how the Downtown Macy’s and My Sister’s House have partnered up in hosting “Fashion for a Cause”! A fashion show benefiting My Sister’s House. Macy’s had their Family and Friends discount where you could grab these styles right after you check them out on the runway.

My Sister’s House Reaches out to Yolo County

Executive Director Nilda Valmores of My Sister’s House recounted meeting with a client who had been denied sexual assault services at another location. However, Valmores, being Filipina like the client herself and understanding Tagalog, noticed the woman’s shifty gaze and hesitance to describe her situation. Valmores invited her to share her story in Tagalog and… Read more »

Falcons Cheer at My Sister’s House – Run for a Safe Haven

My Sister’s House Run for a Safe Haven has been a primary fundraiser for the past 14 years. Beginning in 2003 with only a few hundred runners, My Sister’s House Run for a Safe Haven is quickly becoming an annual tradition for many living in the Central Valley. In 2016, participants in attendance raised over… Read more »