This winter, Washington state legislators will convene virtually to begin tackling the issues facing our state. YWCA will be working hard to pass strong policies to improve the lives of women and communities of color across three areas of focus: housing, justice system reform, and economic empowerment.
This month we're exploring how to practice strengths-based storytelling. Below we've compiled a reading list of articles, stories, and videos that provide good examples of strengths-based storytelling.
It’s the time of year again when we invite our community to be a part of Adopt-A-Family, our annual holiday gift drive, and several upcoming holiday meals at YWCA's Angeline's Day Center. Check out these simple steps on how to get involved safely during COVID-19.
Strengths-based storytelling is an important concept to understand, whether you're connected to a nonprofit providing services or just in your daily life. Here's our explainer to bring you up to speed on it.