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How the Government Shutdown Endangers Survivors

Casa Myrna Remains Open As Usual, But Federal Government Shutdown Endangers DV Survivors The longer the shutdown continues, the weaker the safety net for survivors becomes, says Casa Myrna CEO Stephanie Brown Boston, MA – January 23, 2019 – As… View Article

March 8: Party with a Purpose in Seattle

Friday, March 8, 7:00 – 11:00 PM Cathedral, 5449 Ballard Avenue NW, Seattle Event sponsor Reside. Real Estate Group and host Allison Crowston invite you to party with a purpose for survivors of domestic & dating violence. In April, Allison will be running… View Article

Nov. 1: Suffolk DA’s DV Awareness Month Fundraiser

5:30 – 8:30 PM, Thursday, November 11, 2018  Bell in Hand Tavern (map), 45 Union Street, Boston MA 02108 Join the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office at America’s oldest tavern for camaraderie, drinks, and food–and the famous silent auction. All proceeds go directly… View Article

Cummings Foundation: Thank You for the Last Four Years!

In 2015, Cummings Foundation honored Casa Myrna by awarding us a $100,0000 grant over four years under their $100K for 100 grant program. Cummings Foundation’s support has been transformational for our organization and the domestic violence survivors we serve. In addition to providing critical resources for… View Article

May 9, 2018: Community of Conscience Breakfast

May 9, 2018, 7:30 – 9:00 AM Revere Hotel Boston Common, 200 Stuart Street, Boston (map) Just a few days before Mother’s Day, join Casa Myrna and our closest friends and supporters to celebrate the strength of survivor moms and the resilience… View Article

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