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ALL IN FOR WASHINGTON WOMEN

YWCA has been “all in” for women since 1894, and we’re all in for the next 125 years.
YWCA is on a Mission

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TAKE YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Join YWCA’s Women RISE, a free workshop designed to help women advance in the workplace. Space is limited, register today!

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Events

Women RISE Career Workshop

Start Date
3:00 pm
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End Date
6:00 pm
Edmonds Center for the Arts
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YWCA Presents: Women RISE Career Workshop
Refresh, Inspire, Support, and Empower (RISE) Women in the Workforce

2019 YWCA School Days

Start Date
8:00 am
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End Date
6:00 pm
King County & Snohomish County
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School Days
YWCA’s School Days is an annual back-to-school program that equips children and teens who live in our emergency shelters, transitional housing, or supportive housing with the school supplies they need to be successful at the start of the new school year.

Free First Thursday: Celebrating YWCA Women Who Dared

Start Date
10:00 am
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End Date
8:00 pm
Museum of History and Industry
YWCA is partnering with Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) on Free First Thursday to celebrate the women from our past, present, and future.

News

Staff Spotlight: School Days in Snohomish

August 15, 2019 Blog Post
It’s the time of year again for School Days! School Days is an event to collect school supplies for YWCA kids in grades K-12. Meet the woman setting up students for success in Snohomish County, Vicki Dorway.

What We're Reading: Primary Election Edition

August 5, 2019 Blog Post
It’s August, and tomorrow is the primary election for Seattle City Council, King County, and Snohomish County councils. We’ve put together some important news articles about this election below. Read up and get your ballots in today to make your voice heard!

Supporting Reproductive Justice for People of Color

July 31, 2019 Blog Post
The ability to control your own reproductive choices massively impacts all people, especially people of color. Read on to learn more about reproductive justice, who is hurt by restrictive options, and how you can help.
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King County has more than 9,500 students who experienced homelessness at some point during the last school year. The supply of well-stocked backpacks does not fulfill the depth of need to ensure every student has an equitable start on learning.