YWCA Fifth and Seneca building turns 100
Built in the heart of downtown Seattle, the YWCA Fifth and Seneca has provided shelter and stability to countless women and families since it opened in 1914. Today, this location serves more than 1,500 people each year with permanent housing, emergency shelter, health and clothing services.
Parenting with Presence
Parent Map, August 4
Nancy Schatz Alton talked to eight women from the Family Village Redmond YWCA about how a class on mindfulness and parenting has improved relationships with their children.
Putting a Face on Homelessness
Social Earth, August 1
Volunteers from the Outerwall Women's Insight Network shared what they learned from serving homeless women at Angeline's Women's Center YWCA.
Washington State Voter Registration
Ongoing until 10/6
In partnership with Nonprofit VOTE, the YWCA is working to increase voter engagement this fall. Make sure to register or update your information online prior to October 6th.
Closet Treasures Sale
415 Westlake | Friday, October 10
Fill your closet with designer and brand name clothing for women at unbelivably low prices. All proceeds will benefit women through Dress for Success Seattle and YWCA Working Wardrobe.
Palace Ballroom | Friday, November 7
Get ready to applaud the next generation of community leaders and celebrate their avchievements at this elegant evening event, which will benefit the YWCA's GirlsFirst program.