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Su Casa Awarded $90,000 Grant from the John Gogian Family Foundation
The John Gogian Foundation announced that it has awarded a $90,000 grant to Su Casa - Ending Domestic Violence, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing shelter and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and their families in the Long Beach area....
Su Casa’s New Executive Director – Alberto Uribe
The Board of Directors for Su Casa - Ending Domestic Violence have announced that Alberto Uribe will take leadership of the organization as its new executive director. Alberto has more than 30 years of experience working in positions of increasing authority at...
Melisa Dugas Is New Program Director
Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence is excited to announce that Melisa Dugas is the new Program Director. In her role Program Director, Ms Dugas will oversee the Emergency Shelter, Transitional Shelter, as well as Su Casa’s Domestic Violence Housing First programs, and...
Maria Mendez – New Outreach Manager
Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence has selected Maria Mendez to join the nonprofit agency in the position of Outreach manager. Ms Mendez’ role will be to lead the efforts to increase awareness of Su Casa’s domestic violence services in the community and provide...
Soroptimist International Lakewood/Long Beach Donation
The Soroptimist International of Lakewood/Long Beach recently made a contribution to support the programs and services provided by Su Casa. The donation took place on April 12 at the Lakewood Celebrates event. The Soroptimist Club made the donation to Su Casa and...
Mary L Madrid & the Madrid Family Foundation
On behalf of the Madrid Family Foundation, Eric Madrid M.D. announced the donation of $20,000 to support the programs and services of Su Casa. The donation was made in honor of Mary Madrid, Dr. Madrid’s grandmother and one of the grass roots organizers of Su Casa...
NFT Creator Donates to Su Casa
Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence is excited to announce the donation of $54,000 from artist Ulysses Gonzales, better known as Ugonzo in the NFT art world. Gonzales, who grew up in Long Beach, has seen the effects of domestic violence and was drawn to make a donation...
Anna Conti to Accept New Position
After a decade of tireless and rewarding work to further Su Casa’s mission, we announce the transition of our Executive Director, Anna Conti effective March 8, 2022. In an ongoing journey of survivor advocacy, Ms. Conti will be transitioning into a new role in a...
DNA Diapers n Dreft Drive
Alisa Macias, owner of DNA Salon in Lakewood, stands behind a tower of diapers that was donated to Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence. DNA Salon clients donated over 1,450 diapers. This is the fourth year that DNA Salon has held their Diaper Drive to benefit the...
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