BABES Network is a YWCA program working to support HIV-positive women as they strive to stay healthy with their status. Longtime YWCA advocate Brenda Higgins talks with me about her experience as a client, volunteer, and staff member with the BABES program.
"I was targeted." Former YWCA program participant Mindy Woods shares her story of how a discriminatory license suspension led to huge fines and her arrest, all for buying a used car that only had one license plate on it.
YWCA has a long history of being on the front line of pushing for gender equity in our community. In honor of Women's History Month, we're highlighting a few of the major milestones of that work here in Washington state.
Seattle skyline marks 125th anniversary year for local YWCA, the oldest nonprofit in Washington created to serve women and girls
Help YWCA act locally on International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day — which coincides this year with the YWCA’s 125th anniversary celebration tomorrow — is a chance for the community at large to envision a better Washington for women: All women living in dignity, free from violence, racism and discrimination. That’s our vision.