May 7th is Big Day of Giving, Sacramento’s 24-hour giving challenge. This Big Day of Giving, give to My Sister’s House at https://www.bigdayofgiving.org/mysistershouse My Sister’s House is seeking $20,000 to support one of its transitional houses. Funding for this house will be ending in 2020 from the special grant My Sister’s House received from the… Read more »
Our #metoo sexual assault survivor group will be meeting online this month! Please call us at 916-428-3271 for the zoom meeting information.
Silent Auction is NOW LIVE! Click here to Join the Bidding! Here’s a Sneak Reveal! Click here to register for this free online event! There are just a few VIP Packages left! If you’d like to pick up a VIP appetizer tray on Monday, please email Holly at email@example.com. All proceds from the event support… Read more »
Join us for this free legal clinic for families who have been experiencing abuse. We will be focusing on divorce matters during this legal clinic. Saturday, December 7th, 2019 South Asian & Hmong interpreters are available upon request. Please RSVP at 916-930-0626.
Parenting classes are taught over an eight (8) week commitment two (2) times a year. This parenting class is for parents of children who have experienced trauma. This class gives parents tools and resources to assist their children who have been exposed to trauma. Call (916) 930-0626 to sign up for the classes!
We are hosting our 12th annual high tea this year on Saturday, September 28th from 11 to 1pm. Please email info[at]my-sisters-house.org to register.
My Sister’s House is hosting their annual rummage sale on Saturday August 3rd. Find items that “spark joy” and relieve yourself of old treasures. Rummage sale: Saturday, August 3rd 8am – 12pm 5770 Freeport Blvd. (Facing 35th ave.) Donation drop-off: Wednesday, July 31st 2-6pm Thursday, August 1st 9am-6pm Friday, August 2nd 9am-6pm Please call 916-930-0626… Read more »
Join My Sister’s House Friends Committee at their annual Book Read Night. Ruthie Bolton will be joining us to talk about her book From Pain to Power: Surviving & Thriving After an Abusive Marriage. Ruthie Bolton is a former Sacramento Monarch, 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist, USA Basketball Female of the Year, and domestic violence survivor…. Read more »