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June 13, 2012
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June 13, 2012
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I have voluunteered in the Strike Out Violence event at AT & T Park and believe that that campaign has made a difference along with the signs and billboards naming La Casa de las Madres in bold letters with the 24 hour service information and telephone number-- on public buses, in BART stations. And that campaign has been done in Spanish as well.The outreach in educating many levels of the community is huge, not to mention the shelter services provided in emergency situations.The list of their services goes on. It is a San Francisco resource of huge importance.

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could enhance and improve the living space of the women and children fleeing violence at our Emergency Shelter through La Casa de las Madres’ Adopt-A-Room Program. Adopt-A-Room donors help us to furnish our shelter’s individual bedrooms, from head to toe, creating a welcoming and supportive atmosphere where a woman and her children can find peace and heal. Purchased items are brought to La Casa’s Drop In Center, where La Casa offers ongoing support to survivors who have left the shelter or are not in need of immediate safety. Volunteer