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King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Shares Data & Resources During Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October 15, 2021
Held online, the event celebrates women inspiring change in their communities
June 15, 2021
Inaugural awards presented virtually on June 10
May 24, 2021
Comcast Lift Zones at Centers in Western Washington to Provide Safe Spaces Equipped with Free Internet and Devices
March 24, 2021

IN THE NEWS

YWCA USA
YWCA USA, one of the nation’s oldest and largest women’s organizations, announced Margaret Mitchell as their next CEO, effective January 3, 2022. Mitchell currently serves as President and CEO of YWCA Greater Cleveland, a position she has held for the past 10 years.
The Seattle Times
YWCA CEO Maria Chavez-Wilcox shares why donations for school supplies helps organizations bridge the equity gap for BIPOC students.
KUOW
YWCA regional director Jeanice Hardy shares why our region needs swift action to avoid a new housing crisis.
Crosscut
YWCA and other agencies that help renters to stay in their homes share how pandemic-related rental relief funding can be improved in King County.

BLOGS

October 21, 2021
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 >>
October 19, 2021
In advance of the October 25 deadline for Washington voters to register online, we asked members of YWCA's community why voting matters to them.
October 7, 2021
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 >>
October 5, 2021
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 >>
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