We marked Giving Tuesday with a special evening at Cuyana on Newbury Street, featuring a live conversation at with Cuyana co-founder Shilpa Shah and our own Leela Strong. Cuyana will donated 10% of the evening's proceeds to Casa Myrna!Learn More
For the fourth year, staff from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and friends gathered for a festive evening at the historic Bell in Hand Tavern in support of Casa Myrna--and raised $4,501!Learn More
Guests gathered for a soulful evening of art for the eyes, ears, and palate at this one-of-kind event featuring pop-up exhibits reflecting on the healing power of art at Liquid Art House.Learn More
TED Talk star, Harvard psychologist, and NY Times bestselling author Amy Cuddy led an empowering workshop for survivors on the power of body language to unleash our boldest selves to take on our biggest challenges. Hosted by John Hancock.Learn More
More than 300 guests joined José Massó, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, City Councilor Ayanna Pressley, and Casa Myrna's first Executive Director Curdina Hill to celebrate our founders and four decades of leaders. Thanks to your support, we exceeded our fundraising goal of $100,000. Hosted by the State Room Boston.Learn More
Boston's business and community leaders came together to honor José Massó (WBUR, Massport), Sue Sullivan (Newmarket Business Association) and Shelagh Mahoney (Eastern Salt) for their support for survivors. Hosted by Metro Credit Union.Learn More
Our running and fundraising champions Danielle Thomas, Ellie Brelis, and Megan Rogers raised more the $42,000 to support survivors and their families--and ran the most storied 26.2 mile route in all of sports.Learn More
Hundreds of art lovers visited this moving debut solo exhibition by local up-and-coming photographer Rachel Tine. You can experience some of photographer Rachel Tine’s powerful portraits of survivors of severe emotional abuse at the link below. Hosted by the Piano Craft Gallery.Learn More
We're so grateful to the Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for their grant towards staff training on supporting LGBTQ survivors. Celebrate with us and the Sisters at their annual brunch for awardees featuring live entertainment from superstar local drag queens, comedians, and musicians!Learn More
Join the Team Casa Myrna 2018 cheering section and help propel Aitana, Anne, Erin Jean, and Jeremy across the finish line!Learn More
Just a few days before Mother’s Day, join us for our premier annual event to celebrate the strength of survivor mom and the resilience of the families they nurture. Tickets available soon.Learn More
Until Every Relationship Is Safe and Healthy
Each year, Casa Myrna serves nearly 2,000 survivors by providing legal representation, counseling, housing support, four residential programs, and more. Our SafeLink advocates answer 30,000 calls a year from community members seeking assistance through Massachusetts’ statewide domestic violence hotline. Through outreach and awareness, we educate more than 2,000 teens and adults each year to help prevent abuse before it begins.
Casa Myrna began to take shape when activists from the Villa Victoria housing development, United South End Settlements, Casa del Sol, Old South Church, St. Stephen’s Parish, the Church of the Covenant in the Back Bay and the South End Community Health Center joined to organize and seek support throughout the South End in the early 1970s. The agency’s founding coalition was a lively, passionate and diverse group, reflecting the vibrant patchwork of people living in the community, including our namesake Myrna Vázquez.