In this donor spotlight, we explore the ways individuals can help nonprofits sustain and thrive, despite obstacles like a pandemic. Read on to hear about one YW supporter's experience with our Pathways for Women location.
Ahead of an election that will determine key members of Seattle's leadership, YWCA joined as a co-host of two candidate forums held by We Are In, the network organization for housing and homelessness service providers in King County.
To unpack how organizations can move from theory to action in making their workplaces antiracist, we spoke with activist and YW partner Dr. Sharon Knight to explore what a more equitable path forward might look like.
As state governments across the country move to restrict the rights of transgender people, Washington has established protections for them to receive gender-affirming care. However, our ability to protect trans youth and their families fleeing these new draconian laws is limited by our broken housing system.
Widely thought of as African American Independence Day, Juneteenth is a celebration of the official end of slavery. Serving as a symbol of total freedom from slave trade across all states, today Juneteenth provides an opportunity to reflect on what progress is still needed, as well as celebrate Black joy and community.