Do you or someone you know needs help because: … you/they feel controlled by someone that you/they love? … you’re scared of someone’s temper? … you don’t know how to get help? … you don’t know what resources are available? You are invited to Ako ay Mahalaga! (I am Important!) Come join community members… Read more »
Join My Sisters House Friends for an evening of local artists, music, food, and networking. All proceeds benefit victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking! Tickets: $25 Before July 3 | $35 After Tickets available at My Sister’s Cafe, My Sister’s House office or online at artwithaheartmsh.bpt.me Please contact My… Read more »
This is My Sister’s House 40 hour training for shelter advocates and crisis line volunteers that covers topics such as domestic violence and its history, Asian / Pacific Islander community and culture; and community resources for Asian / Pacific Islander domestic violence survivors in particular. Volunteers desiring to serve on a crisis line or… Read more »
The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation is having a retreat for young females. “This retreat will educate young women on the following: Perseverance, Peer Relationships and Social Pressures.” This event is open to ALL young females. Our very own, Nilda Valmores, will be a a special guest at the retreat! See the flyer here: S4S 2019… Read more »
Do you have questions or comments about My Sister’s House? Come chat with our Executive Director, Nilda Valmores, over some delicious food and drinks at My Sister’s Cafe! Hope to see you on Friday, June 21 at 10:00 am!
Big Day of Giving is happening on Thursday, May 2nd! This year, My Sister’s House has a goal of $15,000 to raise funds for a cafe delivery vehicle. Your giving will support My Sister’s House and My Sister’s Cafe efforts when it comes to helping survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking! … Read more »
Macy’s DOCO and My Sister’s House have partnered up in hosting the 3rd annual “Fashion for a Cause”! A fashion show benefiting My Sister’s House women and children who have been experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. We will have community leaders model some of the trendiest fashion from Macy’s on the… Read more »
Interested in learning more about My Sister’s House and how you can get involved? Join us for our next Volunteer Orientation on Saturday, December 7 from 10 am-11am. Please RSVP to email@example.com for location.
My Sister’s House, Japanese American Citizens League (Florin Chapter) and POV are putting on a free film screening of The Apology on Wednesday March 6th for the community. “The Apology follows three former “comfort women” who were among the 200,000 girls and young women kidnapped and forced into military sexual slavery by the Imperial… Read more »
Advocate Sacramento (OCA), the Indian Association of Sacramento (IAS), and My Sister’s House are putting on a Sacramento county-wide event called Asian Pacific Islander Women’s Voices: Making it Count at Cosumnes River College. This is an opportunity for women to share ideas of programs, services, or information needed to improve the well-being for APIA… Read more »