Sea-Tac's Lost and Found has it all
Managed by the YWCA, the Sea-Tac Airport Lost and Found is special because of the people who work there, according to KOMO TV News (Nov. 26). People like customer service representative Shiela, who turned to the YWCA for housing and also found help with her job skills.
The POZ 100: Celebrating Unsung Heroes
BABES Network-YWCA staff member Kelly Hill was named "an unsung hero in the fight against AIDS" by POZ Magazine (December 2013). As a peer advocate, she has trained other HIV+ women to share their stories and worked with them to better advocate for their own health needs. Congratulations Kelly!
Thrifting Thursday: 5th Avenue Boutique
Watch the KING 5 Evening Magazine segment (October 31) to see why Kim Holcomb calls it "downtown Seattles best kept secret for designer clothes at thrift store prices" and visit the YWCA 5th Avenue Boutique today!
Winter shelters open in King, Snohomish counties
YWCA Angeline's in downtown Seattle is one of many emergency shelters now open due to freezing temperatures. Women over 18 may call when intake starts at 6 p.m. to find out availability: 206.770.0156. More shelter locations and who they serve are listed on The Seattle Times blog (Nov. 21).
Remodeling at Everett Regional Center, 11/22 - 1/2
The YWCA Everett Regional Center will be under construction, Nov 22 - Jan 2. During that time, the reception area will be downstairs and can be accessed from the back parking lot, and there will be no community phones or computers available. To learn of any office closures, call 425.258.2766.
Drop-off donations for Adopt-a-Family, 12/12 - 12/14
Individuals and organizations supporting YWCA Adopt-a-Family can drop-off donations at a location near them between December 12 and 14. Exact days and times vary by location. Please read the Sponsor FAQ for details or call 206.461.4426.