Café Work Apparel Sought for Women Seeking Independence

A victim of domestic violence, O’Neal talks about finding refugee with My Sister’s House and how she was offered employment at My Sister’s Cafe, which provides job training to victims of domestic violence.The cafe offered O’Neal an additional safe space to heal and work toward independence.  

Annual High Tea

THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and volunteers for another successful High Tea!  2016 Signature Tea Sponsor: Special Thanks to our 2016 Golden Tea Table Sponsors/ Hostesses Ginger Chew, Journey Church Jean Chong and Pat Mar Kathryn Doi – The Mamas’ Queen Tea Crimmigration, Inc. Sandy Fernandez Sinclair FCF Construction Susan Fong, Journey Church… Read more »

After Hours: My Sister’s House fundraiser

My Sister’s House 2015 Art With a Heart fundraiser was held on July 30 at the Verge Center for the Arts. The Asian Pacific Islander Capitol Association and the Sacramento Metro Lions assisted in presenting the event, which benefited victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Read more

Book Read Night

Thank you to My Sister’s House Friends and everyone for coming out Tuesday night for a thoughtful discussion: “Kids Witnessing Domestic Violence in their Homes.”     SPECIAL THANKS to our speakers above: (left to right) Ligaya Hattari, Anthropology Professor at CSUS Kathy Park, Channel 3 Anchor Dr. Lynn Thull, a local psychologist Kelsey Johnson,… Read more »

Art with a Heart Show

My Sister’s House invites you to our third annual “Art with a Heart” Art Show where all proceeds benefit victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. There will be: Silent auction Make & Take craft stations Food & Wine! The event will be held at: Verge Center for the Arts 625 S Street… Read more »

“Dreams Die Hard”

Join us for the My Sister’s House FREE film night “Dreams Die Hard”. We will be showing short films and discussing human trafficking in America. Feel free to bring a chair or blanket! To RSVP, contact L. “Rico” Ozaki at (double O’s in ricoomsh) or by phone at 916-209-0626 by noon on Wednesday, May… Read more »

Remember My Sister’s House for Big Day of Giving

From midnight to midnight on May 5th, go to and give to My Sister’s House and the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking we serve. Help us reach our goal of $10,000! My Sister’s House appreciates and values their donors and volunteers who make their services possible. On the Big Day… Read more »

Trafficking, Sexual Assault in the Workplace and Employment Discrimination

Sacramento Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking Coalition presents “Trafficking, Sexual Assault in the Workplace and Employment Discrimination”.   William Tamayo, Regional Attorney for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, San Francisco District. is scheduled to conduct this training on civil rights laws remedies for victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment, including… Read more »

14th Anniversary Gala — Stronger

14th Anniversary Gala

Join us for My Sister’s House 14th Anniversary Gala! Enjoy an evening of music and comedy with local celebrities, leaders, and supporters, who will take the stage to perform songs and special dances made famous by artists and celebrities you all know and love. This year’s theme, “Stronger,” reflects the strength and courage of victims… Read more »

Bridal Sale Expo

Coming to Sacramento for the first time – A Touch of Henna South Asian Wedding Show! This event will showcase local and international vendors for couples planning their perfect wedding. You won’t want to miss the premier fashion show with full Bollywood entertainment. A Touch of Henna Bridal Expo features: South Asian and American wedding… Read more »