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International Women’s Day Benefit Concerts

International Women’s Day, held on ​​March 8th, is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.​ We are so excited to have two separate groups of community artists holding Benefit Concerts to honor International Women’s Day, with all proceeds going to My Sister’s Place:

Cantabo: Cathedral Heights – Hear Us Roar

A benefit concert in celebration of International Women’s Day

Join Cantabo students, coaches, and collaborators for an evening of contemporary music in the Vinyl Lounge at Gypsy Sally’s on the Georgetown waterfront.  All ages. Donations will be accepted at door.
Proceeds to My Sister’s Place.

When: Friday, March 9th at 6:30pm
Where: The Vinyl Lounge @ Gypsy Sally’s on 3401 K Street NW, Washington DC


Mother 2 Mother: A Community Cabaret

Enjoy Broadway tunes for a good cause!

An event written, produced, and, performed solely by local Washington D.C. metropolitan area women and mothers raising funds for My Sister’s Place, a not-for-profit foundation that primarily helps out women & young girls in our national capital region. Featuring music from a variety of Broadway and Off- Broadway musicals, a storyline unfolds telling tales of the charity and the women it supports. The impetus and compelling stories behind why support is so key. Woven together the stories of the women and their heroine charity, with the classic stage musical sound, M2M builds a collective spirit which encourages human community.

When: Saturday, March 10th at 5:00pm
Where: Jammin Java at 227 Maple Ave E, Vienna, VA 22180


The Clothesline Project                            

Stay in touch for our 2018 Clothesline Project announcement.

What is the Clothesline Project?
In 1990, domestic violence advocates in Massachusetts launched the Clothesline Project. Survivors told their stories of abuse, despair, hope, and empowerment by expressing their feelings and experiences through their own art on t-shirts, which were then displayed on clotheslines and hung throughout the community. Since then, many advocates have used this display as a way to raise awareness about domestic violence and the impact it has on real lives.

MSP held their first Clothesline Project in 1997. Victims of domestic violence often suffer in silence, and the Clothesline Project gives them a voice. We wanted to make sure our clients were heard. In 2013, we held the first Clothesline Project on the National Mall.

Clothesline Project 2017
Thank you to everyone who made our Clothesline Project 2017 a success!  We hung a display for over 200 shirts on U Street, and engaged with passersby and supporters for over 3 hours. See video coverage and images below: