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There are many ways you can help us support survivors and end domestic violence.


The Casa Myrna Volunteer Program provides a unique opportunity for individuals and groups to make a lasting and meaningful impact in the lives of domestic violence survivors and their children. In the past year, we supported thousands of people through our comprehensive work. By joining our Volunteer Program, you will become part of a movement that works to end domestic and dating violence.

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Shop For Us

Imagine having over 100 house guests every year. The wear and tear on your household items would be a lot to keep up with! That’s why we’re always looking for donations of new, unused items to replenish the stocks of basic household goods we maintain in our three residential programs and to help celebrate special occasions (birthdays, holidays, graduations) in the lives of the survivors and children we serve.

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Marathon Team

Thanks to the John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program, we can't wait to see our team of four extraordinary runners don our singlet and take on an athletic and service experience of lifetime.

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Host An Event

Love hosting fun parties for great causes or taking part in races to raise money and awareness? Consider raising funds to benefit Casa Myrna!

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Attend An Event

Join us at one of our many events throughout the year to support our goal to end domestic and dating violence in our communities.

For more information about upcoming events, please visit our News and Events page.

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Public Policy Advocacy

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Youth Peer Leader Program

Over the past year, Casa Myrna has increased our capacity to support youth survivors of domestic and dating violence. In Summer 2017, we kicked off a peer leader program where youth will teach others about healthy relationships and dating and domestic violence.

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Raise Awareness

Help us raise awareness about domestic violence by staying informed, sharing resources, and speaking up!

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We believe that every relationship should be safe and healthy. What do you believe?