Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day 2024 was unforgettable. YWCA staff, volunteers, allies, and fellow housing advocates played a crucial role in the success of the event. Here are the happenings and highlights of the day.
For 130 years, YWCA has been dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and fighting for the rights of everyone in our community and beyond so all have the opportunity to thrive. Learn about our commitment to and history of racial justice, and what YWCA has done for the community in our 130 years of service.
Although there are a variety of services that exist to help people, the people who need these resources most are often the ones who have the hardest time accessing them. For seniors, the application process itself is one of the most difficult barriers.
In recognition of the upcoming 2024 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, here’s a list of media resources that shine a light on the critical (and often overlooked) role of BIPOC women in the civil rights movement.
YWCA works to deliver the tools and resources to support women and families. By advancing economic stability, housing security, access to healthcare and other critical resources, we aim to help underserved communities thrive. Learn one way we accomplish this through our 2024 Legislative Agenda.
In October, the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance held its 33rd annual Conference on Ending Homelessness. This 3-day conference took place virtually from October 4 - 6, to educate, discuss, and organize on ending homelessness in the state and beyond.