Held online, year’s topic is environmental justice and advocacy nationally, statewide, and locally
April 25, 2023
Affordable housing development and supportive services will address housing barriers for low-income residents in Seattle
November 30, 2022
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
IN THE NEWS
Comcast will Invest $280 Million this Year to Upgrade its Network, Expand Internet Service, and Support Communities in Oregon and Washington
How Comcast's collaboration with YWCA and other nonprofits will advance digital equity and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Pacific Northwest.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Hear from YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish CEO Maria Chavez-Wilcox as she shares her career journey and talk about the women who inspire her.
The Seattle Times
Read about women who changed Seattle's history, including Bertha Pitts Campbell (civil rights activist and the first woman of color to vote on the YWCA’s board) and Corrine Carter (instrumental in establishing Seattle’s Phillis Wheatley Branch of the YWCA, one of only a few public meeting spaces for people of color).
14 Trailblazing Women Who Transformed Seattle
Read about important women in Seattle's history, including Kikisoblu (a.k.a Princess Angeline), Chief Seattle’s oldest daughter and the woman YWCA's Angeline's Day Center is named after.
September 26, 2023
After three years hosting our Luncheon virtually, YWCA held our 2023 Inspire Luncheon on September 14 in-person with over 1,000 guests and livestream attendees. Thank you for helping us raise over $1 >>
August 29, 2023
For well over three decades, Epiphany Parish has been a steadfast supporter of YWCA's community, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of countless women and families.
July 25, 2023
On June 27, YWCA's Denny Apartments opened its doors and became the first new YWCA affordable housing location in over 20+ years.
July 11, 2023
As the first Black woman to be promoted to the position of Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland is an inspiration for many young BIPOC women. She has continued to create >>
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