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We’re asking the men in our lives to participate in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2018 on May 20 in Sacramento, to raise critical funds for WEAVE, Inc., Sacramento County’s provider of services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

WAM Registration is open — sign up, “Los Hombres de las Chicas!!!
👠 http://www.weavewalkamile.org/LosHombresDeLasChicas 👠

Screen Shot 2018-05-01 at 2.01.33 PMWhy is WAM important? Check out this Girls on the Grid article authored by Chicas Latinas de Sacramento member Kristal Reynaga: “WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES 2018: CULTURE, CONVERSATION, AND CHANGE!” She bravely shared her story, which highlights Chicas Latinas de Sacramento‘s efforts and advocacy in the Latin@ community!

WAM 2018 Details:
Sunday May 20, 2018
11:30 am – Festival Opens
1:00 pm – Walk Begins
3:00 pm – Festival Closes
Location: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2018 has a new location! Crocker Park.

Chicas we will be volunteering as our men walk. So sign up to volunteer with #TeamChicas at Walk a Mile: www.weaveinc.org/volunteer-wam  and add Group Name “Chicas Latinas”

FacebookJoin “Los Hombres de Las Chicas” Walk a Mile Team

Register:  http://www.weavewalkamile.org/LosHombresDeLasChicas 

Terry and NatalieCongrats to our Chicas Latinas’ Estrella de Mes: Abril / Star of the Month for April, Terry Ward!

Thank you for your contributions to Chicas Latinas and the Sacramento community. Check out Terry’s Q&A here to learn about why he joined Chicas Latinas de Sacramento, his giving accomplishments!

May Dates, Sacramento:

Thank you to all who supported our “Starting Off on the Right Foot” Shoe Drive, benefiting D.W. Babcock Elementary School, by attending our Loteria Paint Night fundraiser — donated by  Sacred Yoli Designs.

Space donated by La Venadita and photography and video by Lamogollon Photography & Anthony Villagran. 

Speaking of… “Starting Off on the Right Foot” Shoe Drive, benefiting D.W. Babcock Elementary School, you can NOW donate directly online via Eventbrite

And last, but not least, thank you to all who volunteered at Rebuilding Together Sacramento! We made a huge difference in a family’s lives.

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