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My Sister's House Presents: Unbelievable

posted Apr 12, 2013, 1:54 PM by Alberto Mercado   [ updated Apr 12, 2013, 1:54 PM by Julio Zaldivar ]

If You Believe in Magic, or the Land of Make Believe, then believe you us, we have just the show for you to see!

 

In the style of Broadway, an array of stars will gather in Sacramento for a show unlike any other. It’s hard to believe that performing on stage in Sacramento will be the likes of: Cher, The Temptations, Tom Jones, The Spice Girls, The Village People,

Mario Lanza, The Monkees and many more! Trust us;; you’ll be a True Believer before the night is over!

 

For those of you who are in disbelief about our show, we know you might need a Reason to Believe what we say is true! So what is this event, you ask?

 

Please join My Sister’s House and our Unbelievable Emcee, West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, as an Event Sponsor on Monday, May 20, 2013 from 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm for a pre-show reception at The Social Club followed by the show at the Crest Theatre for

“Believe…In a Better Life!” as we honor these Lovely Heroes in our community who have made a real difference for women in crisis:

 

Sacramento City Council Member Robert King Fong

Kaiser Permanente

Proceeds will benefit My Sister's House, the only organization in the Central Valley that provides shelter and supportive programs to Asian Pacific Islander women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

 

The profits from this event will help provide 5001 nights of safety for one year. For 10 years, My Sister's House has provided over 17,000 nights of shelter at its 6-bed safe haven. In addition to culturally sensitive shelter and job skills training, they also provide a 24/7 multi-lingual help line, a legal advice clinic, and referrals to health and mental health services. As well, My Sister’s House conducts community-wide outreach and education on domestic violence and human trafficking to help prevent abuse in the home. In August 2012 My Sister’s

House opened its transitional home to assist clients to stabilize their lives during an extended stay at home. Although its focus is on survivors and victims who identify with Asian Pacific Islander culture and language, My Sister's House saves the lives of women

and children threatened by domestic violence from all backgrounds.

For more information please see attached PDF below

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Julio Zaldivar,
Apr 12, 2013, 1:54 PM
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Julio Zaldivar,
Apr 12, 2013, 1:54 PM
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