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A YWCA Holiday Tradition: Adopt-A-Family

December 20, 2018
The holidays can be an especially difficult time for families who want to show their children all the magic this season has to offer. In response, YWCA staff, donors, and volunteers work to help bring about that magic every year through gifts and giving. Learn more about YWCA’s Adopt-A-Family holiday tradition.

YWCA Staff Spotlight: Leticia Magee

December 19, 2018
This week I sat down with staff member Leticia "Tish" Magee, whose story is similar to those of our clients. For Tish, her experiences with homelessness inform the work she does and how she shows up for many of our clients every day. This is Tish's story.

YWCA Advocacy 2019: Justice Reform

December 18, 2018
This January, the 2019 Washington state legislative session begins, and YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish is supporting eight bills to further our mission to eliminate racism and empower women. This is the third in our series of three blog posts diving into each of the bills we support and their impacts on women and families in Washington state.

TeShauna's Journey of Perseverance

December 12, 2018
It doesn't take long to smile when you are around TeShauna. She always seems to have a genuine smile that is contagious, despite what is going on in her life. TeShauna first came to YWCA in April 2018 and like most mothers, is a woman who gets things done. I sat down with TeShauana and chatted about her experience at YWCA and what her future goals are.

YWCA Advocacy 2019: Economic Justice

December 11, 2018
This January, the 2019 Washington state legislative session begins, and YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish is supporting eight bills to further our mission to eliminate racism and empower women. This is the second in our series of three blog posts diving into each of the bills we support and their impacts on women and families in Washington state.

Wamaitha's Journey of Hope

December 7, 2018
The minute you meet Wamaitha you can feel her power. She has one of the most uplifting and positive attitudes I have ever experienced. Her ability to overcome her experience of gender-based violence has influenced who she is today. Wamaitha's story of hope and persistence demonstrates her strength and fortitude.
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