As part of YWCA's Week Without Violence, we're highlighting our program Survivors FIRST (Facilitating Interventions & Resources for Survivors of Trauma), a partnership between YWCA and the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office (KCPAO) that identifies justice-involved survivors of gender-based violence and connects them to culturally specific services at YWCA.
It’s the time of year again when we invite our community to be a part of providing holiday meals and contributing to Adopt-A-Family, our annual holiday gift drive. Check out these simple steps on how to get involved safely during COVID-19.
Guest author Jennifer Bereskin traces the urbanization of Native Americans through violated treaties and assimilationist federal policies, and shares her own experience as an Urban Indian maintaining connections to her indigenous community.
YWCA held our second virtual Luncheon on September 14 with over 1,200 supporters in attendance. Thank you for coming together to reclaim our power and help us raise over $1 million in support of women and families in our region.