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GALA

Each year, the GALA brings community members, sponsors, donors, and supporters to celebrate and raise unrestricted funds for SAHARA’s programs and services. This festive evening includes dinner, entertainment, live and silent auctions, and other opportunities to contribute. For additional GALA information, please click here.

For additional information on donations, sponsorship opportunities, news and event information, please contact the Administrative Manager at (562) 402-4132, or email info@saharacares.org.

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3 days ago

5 reasons you shouldn’t wait to get your 28th Annual SAHARA Gala tickets…

1. Early Bird Pricing will be ending soon… like real soon. Prices go up August 31!

2. Spots are filling up and we ... See more

2 weeks ago

Comparing the first 4 months of 2018 to the first 4 months of 2019…

🍃84% increase in the number of domestic violence and abuse victims served by SAHARA

🍃144% increase in the number of South ... See more

3 weeks ago

✨Early Bird Pricing Extended!✨

Lucky You! Early Bird Pricing has been extended until August 30th!

Join us for our 28th Annual Gala, an evening of fine dining, friends, and entertainment - all ... See more

3 weeks ago

Introducing… our 28th Annual Gala Emcee, Dan Nainan and Keynote Speaker, Ami Bera!

Comedian Dan Nainan will be sure to keep us entertained as he takes us through the night as the gala emcee. And ... See more

3 weeks ago

Introducing… our 28th Annual Gala Emcee, Dan Nainan and Keynote Speaker, Ami Bera!

Comedian Dan Nainan will be sure to keep us entertained as he takes us through the night as the gala emcee. And ... See more

1 month ago
What Being Malala's Father Taught Me About Feminism

Malala Yousafzai's father writes on the crucial role fathers play in the fights for women's rights: "Patriarchy is sheer stupidity. Fathers have a great interest in dismantling it."

"Life within patriarchy is a sad, frustrated life, for everyone"

1 month ago
Why Survivors Don’t Call the Police - Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence

Survivors are told that calling the police won’t help them, or that they will only get themselves in trouble. The fear and shame that accompany domestic violence make it difficult for survivors to ... See more

By Jill Crowner Survivors are often asked why they didn’t “just call the police” when faced with domestic violence. The answer to this question is complicated and varies from case to case. ... See more

1 month ago
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

💜 Survivor Advisory Committee Member Marcella Maggio speaks with expertise and heart, urging the State of California to invest an ongoing $50 million in sexual and domestic violence prevention:. ... See more

1 month ago
'Abuse Is a Pattern.' Why These Nations Took the Lead in Criminalizing Controlling Behavior in Relationships

“Coercive Control” is a series of non-physical abusive behaviors that are often just as damaging as physical violence. The implementation of Coercive Control laws in the UK is transforming the ... See more

Law enforcement agencies have long seen domestic abuse almost exclusively in physical terms. That's changing

1 month ago

Introducing… our 28th Annual Gala Emcee, Dan Nainan and Keynote Speaker, Congressman Ami Bera!

Comedian Dan Nainan will be sure to keep us entertained as he takes us through the night as the gala ... See more

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