Campaign kicks off Dec. 1 and will help raise funds to support CASA of San Benito, Chamberlain's Youth Services, Community FoodBank, Emmaus House and Sun Street Centers.
Emmaus House is one of five local, essential needs nonprofits participating in the community-wide holiday giving campaign.
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault has served over 1,825 women and children since 2006.
The second annual “Trike Night” happened downtown during Hollister Rally.
Men wearing red stilettos say no to sexual assault and domestic violence.
Seventh annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event set to take place on April 13 at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building in downtown Hollister.
Growth and success of annual fundraising event offers the opportunity to invite other San Benito County nonprofits to participate.
Holiday campaign starts December 1.
Emmaus House, the only shelter for abused women and children in San Benito County, is a place of safety for women and children escaping abusive relationships, such as Jasmine Stone.
Holiday campaign supports four nonprofits providing essential-needs services to San Benito County residents.
Nonprofit provides a safe harbor for women and their children
Annual fundraiser downtown benefits Emmaus House and Community Solutions
Former Hollister City Councilman Victor Gomez is raising money and spreading awareness about domestic violence in memory of his sister who was murdered 10 years ago
Eight area store managers and employees rolled up their sleeves to paint and refresh the Hollister domestic violence shelter
Local real estate office presents thousands in donations to local nonprofits, winter coat drive is now underway