Our community grows!

By Becca Bay

Please join us at Casa Hogar Santa Julia Don Bosco, AC to celebrate how our community has grown! We are proud to announce that on August 11, Casa Hogar Santa Julia invited the 15 girls and two madres of Casa Hogar Don Bosco into our home. This exciting and grand change has grown the community to a total of 40 girls, ages 3 to 21, and seven madres. It is a blessing to begin these new relationships and we are excited to begin this new chapter in Santa Julia history.

Casa Hogar Santa Julia Open House
Sat, Sep 7, 1-4pm
Casa Hogar Santa Julia
Chupiros 5, Col. Santa Julia
Extra info: 152-4897, info@santajulia.org

To celebrate, we are having a free Open House and Fiesta for the San Miguel community on Saturday, September 7, between 1 and 4pm. We will have refreshments, music, entertainment, games and information about many volunteer opportunities. This is a great chance to meet our wonderful girls, madres and staff, to take a tour of our newly remodeled campus, and to enjoy the afternoon with your family and the Santa Julia community. The event will take place at Casa Hogar Santa Julia on Chupiros 5 in colonia  Santa Julia. Parking will be available.

Casa Hogar Santa Julia, founded in 2005, provides housing, education and support to girls in need. Surrounded by the competent, caring devotion of the beloved madres, the girls of Santa Julia are transformed into confident and educated young women. Our mission is to provide Mexican girls and young women who have been abused, abandoned or neglected with a safe, secure, loving home and superior education in order to reach their full potential as well-adjusted, self-reliant, happy, healthy and responsible human beings.

The Casa Hogar is sustained by the generosity of the San Miguel and international community. Many individuals, families and organizations have given their time and resources to help these girls thrive in this loving home. Volunteers and donors are an essential part to our organization, and we invite you to share your generosity and talents with the girls as well.

Santa Julia does not receive funding from either the government or the church. Since 2005, a dedicated group of volunteers has helped the madres and girls through fundraising events, volunteer labor and creating awareness in the larger community of Casa Hogar Santa Julia’s needs.

Please contact us at info@santajulia.org or (415) 152-4897. More information about the history, community and the girls of Casa Hogar Santa Julia can be found online at www.santajulia.org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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