Corporate, Foundation & Community Partners

My Sister’s Place is grateful to the organizations that have generously supported our mission over the years through gifts, grants, pro bono services, volunteering, and partnerships.

Current as of May 2024

Corporate Sponsors

https://www.coresphere.com/

 

Foundation Support


2492 Fund

Alder Fund

Alice Shaver Foundation

Arielle Tepper Madover Family Foundation

Christ Church Parish Foundation, Georgetown

Corina Higginson Trust

Dimick Foundation

DC Wise

Economist Charitable Trust

Eugene B Casey Foundation

Fabrangen Tzedakah Collective

Giving Together

Greater Washington Community Foundation

Herb Block Foundation

James Family Foundation

John T Collins Foundation

Junior League of Washington, Inc.

Lester Poretsky Family Foundation

Lichtenberg Family Foundation

Manoogian Simone Foundation

Mars Foundation

Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

Pangea Foundation

Philip L. Graham Fund

Prosperity Now

Qlarant Foundation

Rencourt Foundation, Inc.

Robert M. Fisher Memorial Foundation

Rolf and Elizabeth Rosenthal Family Foundation

Shiffrin Family Foundation

Sidgmore Family Foundation

The Bunting Family Foundation Fund

The Cynthia Herrup and Judith Bennett Giving Tree

The Deck Foundation

The Greene-Milstein Family Foundation

Venable Foundation

William S. Abell Foundation

Winky Foundation

Zonta Club of Washington DC Foundation

Community Partners

My Sister’s Place works with community partners to enhance our efforts to end domestic violence and empower lives through coordinating programs, services, trainings, events, and much more.


Alpha Chi Omega – AU Chapter – AXO is a longtime partners of MSP. Members raise funds for MSP, raise awareness of domestic violence, and volunteer at MSP.  

Students and teachers volunteer at MSP, and MSP staff provide training and outreach to students.  

Ayuda envisions  a community where all immigrants overcome obstacles in order to succeed and thrive in the United States. They realize their vision by advocating for low-income immigrants through direct legal, social and language services, training and outreach in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.

The mission of Bread for the City is to help Washington, DC residents living with low income to develop the power to determine the future of their own communities. They provide food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services to reduce the burden of poverty.

Capital Area Asset Builders (CAAB) – CAAB provides financial literacy training and services to MSP clients.  

MSP staff provided training support and technical assistance to CARECEN to enhance their services to program participants, and heighten awareness among their staff, volunteers and participants. CARECEN provided supportive legal services to eligible families in the MSP’s shelter and RISE programs.

Community Family Life Services mission is to provide homeless adults, families, and women’s reentry with the tools and support they need to reconnect with their families and live life to their full potential.

DC Safe’s mission is to ensure the safety and self-determination of domestic violence survivors in Washington, DC through emergency services, court advocacy and system reform.

DC Victim Hotline  – the hotline provides comprehensive information, resources and referrals in the District of Columbia, including to MSP.  

DCVLP and MSP partner to provide a holistic, “one stop” source for survivors to access all of the services they require to leave an abusive relationship, remain free from violence, and achieve independence, including legal representation, education and counseling regarding domestic violence, walk-in clinics, as well as longer-term services, such as mental health counseling, access to public benefits and transitional housing.

DASH provides access to safe housing and services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families as they rebuild their lives on their own terms. They support partner agencies in the national capital region and throughout the United States in increasing their capacity to assist survivors in accessing safe housing. DASH educates policy makers and service providers nationwide on the principles and best practices of successfully assisting survivors of domestic violence in recognizing that they are empowered and whole.

MSP provides reporting and data collection to DCCADV to facilitate housing coordination, policy recommendations, and analyze demand for services in order to enhance the victim service safety net for survivors of domestic violence.

DXT Therapuetic Services – DXT staff provide pro bono therapy sessions and supports to MSP clients.  

House of Ruth helps women, children and families in greatest need and with very limited resources build safe, stable lives and achieve their highest potential.

Howard UniversityVarious groups at Howard University raise funds for MSP, raise awareness of domestic violence, and volunteer at MSP on their Day of Service and throughout the year.  

MSP and Mary’s Center partnered to improve screening and referrals for domestic violence victims to services, and provided domestic violence victims with improved and expanded access to mental health care, advocacy, housing and other resources. MSP worked in collaboration with Mary’s Center to build on MSP’s Latino Outreach Program to reach underserved populations, and provide a full continuum of care, including housing and case management.

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), a social change organization, is dedicated to creating a social, political, and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exist

The Restoring Ivy Collective seeks to build community while supporting the growth, healing, and empowerment of sex trafficking survivors. They partner with shelters to provide services, including survivor-led programming, social skill building, job readiness support, and other support groups.

Set the Expectation – Members volunteer with MSP’s Children’s Reading Program and host an annual Thanksgiving meal.  

The Madison of DC – Madison members raise funds for MSP, raise awareness of domestic violence, and volunteer at MSP. 

Students and teachers volunteer at MSP, and MSP staff provide training and outreach to students.

Victim Assistance Network (VAN) – VAN is a collaboration of victim service providers in the District of Columbia, of which MSP is a member. VAN members cross disciplines and victimization specific services to serve domestic violence, sexual assault, child victims and youth, and human trafficking victims. 

Wendt Centerprovides annual trainings to MSP staff.