April 16, 2020 in Everett and May 14, 2020 in Seattle
December 6, 2019
Referendum 88 would overturn the ban on outreach to historically marginalized communities for economic and educational opportunities.
October 18, 2019


YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish
YWCA provides essential services to women, children and people of color. But we can't keep meeting the growing needs during COVID-19 without your help.
Puget Sound Business Journal
In an op-ed, YWCA CEO Maria Chavez Wilcox: "We cannot forget about racial and gender equity in our response to COVID-19, and center the women, girls and people of color who will be disproportionately impacted by the spread of this virus."
South Seattle Emerald
For most people, being stuck inside –– though at times tedious –– isn’t a life-or-death situation. For domestic violence survivors, the situation is different. Though they are at risk if they leave their homes, their wellbeing can be in just as much jeopardy if they stay inside.
Seattle P.I.
Thousands in the Seattle area have been laid off as the impacts of the novel coronavirus outbreak become more and more widespread. If you're worried about making that April 1 rent due date, here's a list of helpful organizations, including YWCA


May 26, 2020
Current news and updates about the impact of the public health crisis on YWCA's programs. Last updated: May 26, 2020 at 4:45 p.m.
May 26, 2020
Right now, one of the most important ways we can all keep our community healthy and safe is by staying home. However, systemic injustices that prevent someone from staying home safely reveal the >>
May 20, 2020
All last year, YWCA brought a traveling tapestry to community events, inviting supporters to add the names of women who inspire them. Many of the strips of cloth added to the tapestry weren’t the >>
May 14, 2020
With the COVID-19 crisis disrupting life and highlighting inequities, many people are wondering how they can help support work like YWCA’s at this time. Given the current “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” >>
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