YWCA has been “all in” for women since 1894, and we’re all in for the next 125 years.
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Help us celebrate YW’s 125th anniversary and the success of women in Washington State. Join the celebration!



Stand Against Racism: Mental Health Matters

Start Date
12:00 pm
End Date
1:30 pm
Seattle Central Library
An in-depth conversation on mental health through the lens of race and social justice with Dr. Ben Danielson.


Black Consciousness & Mental Health

April 17, 2019 Blog Post
As we prepare for our Stand Against Racism event and our Snohomish County Luncheon with speaker Nikki Giovanni, we take a look at the connection between Black Consciousness and mental health, their relationship, and how that informs access to health care.

Changing Lives Through Movement

April 11, 2019 Blog Post
Learn more about YWCA volunteer Jeanna who works at Angeline’s Day Center, teaching a weekly Nia Movement class to YWCA clients and staff since 2017. Jeanna uses Nia Movement as a mode of exercise and healing for the women we serve.
In 1894, YWCA’s founding sisters created a new kind of organization to support local women in need. For 125 years, YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish has been proud to serve brilliant and strong women determined to succeed, no matter what stands in their way.
YWCA's legal director of its Sexual Violence Legal Services Riddhi Mukhopadhyay weighs in on a recent bill that would change the state's definition of rape in the third degree. "It is much more responsive and realistic to what sexual assault looks like for many survivors."

Last Chance for Legislation Supporting Washington Women

April 9, 2019 Blog Post
The last day of the Washington State Legislative session is April 28, and the final date to pass legislation through both houses is next week. Join us to go all in for Washington women in the final push to pass legislation.