Sisters of Sojourn was founded in 2000 to raise funds for victims of domestic violence.
Sisters of Sojourn’s annual event benefits Adams House which provides victims of domestic violence with up to six months of safe housing, legal advocacy, education, and service-enriched programs, enabling them to regroup, rebuild and reestablish their esteem and lives following their trauma. Adams House is a service of Sojourn, the second-oldest domestic violence shelter in California and the primary such facility on the Westside of Los Angeles. The mission of Sojourn, which has been serving adult and child victims of domestic violence since 1977, is to empower people to rebuild their lives and to stop the cycle of violence in families. Sojourn provides a full range of services to more than 4,500 adults each year, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
All proceeds from the event will go directly to Adams House, which is a project The People Concern, a
tax-exempt, non-profit social services agency (Tax ID #95-6143865).
SISTERS OF SOJOURN
Kathy Adams, Aimee Bakhshandehpour, Colleen Bellitti, Melinda Berman, Gina Bettinsoli,
DeepthiBrown, Tracy Bunting, Courtney Caverly, Lainie Citron, Leslie Clark, Shauna Cowett,
Jody Crabtree,Helene Dameris, Debbie Dempsey, Joan Douglas, Lisa Goldman, Kim Gorry,
Stacey Henning, CourtneyJohnson, Leslie Johnson, Anita Rao Keech, Tina Kenefick, Laura Lee,
April Loncar, Cathy Longo, Suzanne Lowe, Nicole Mack, Lucinda Mariscal, Tracy McGeagh,
Mara McIlvain, Carolyn Miller, Melissa Muller, Mimi Nagatani, Melody Reinstein, Kerrie Richards,
Carolyn Rodeno, Luisa Romoff, Tracy Rossie, Marcia Rozelle, Marsha Scimo, Merrie Mac Seaman,
Betsy Smith, Eliza Smith, Jennifer Sommer, Alison Spitzer,Torrie Stokdyk, Kristi Temple,
Amanda Toland, Gretchen Garrett Valentine, Lizzie Widhelm