Announcing our new CEO, Maria Chavez WilcoxYWCA is pleased to announce our new CEO and the first Latina to hold this position, Maria Chavez Wilcox. She will succeed Sue Sherbrooke, who is retiring after 32 years with YWCA, and will join our organization starting on September 21.
Seattle Times readers play an essential role in funding School DaysSeattle Times | August 12 More than half the money YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish uses to fill backpacks with school supplies comes from the readers of The Seattle Times. “This fund is highly important to us,” said Liz Mills, director of advocacy and policy at the YWCA. “Whether it’s a $5 check or a $500 check, it’s going to help.”
2016 YWCA School DaysJuly - AugustPartner with YWCA to promote education and help families! YWCA School Days will help over 1,800 students start the upcoming school year with backpacks full of new school supplies.
YWCA GirlsFirst Summer STEAM LabsJuly 25 - August 31GirlsFirst is opening up their space at Alvirita Little for STEAM Labs. These drop in times are where any female identified youth of color from 4th – 12th grade will be able to try out Science, Engineering, Math, Art/Fitness, and Math in fun, engaging, interactive, and experiential ways that center our communities of color as brilliant, strong, creative, and phenomenal.
YWCA GirlsFirst FridaysJuly 29 - August 26GirlsFirst is still accepting applications for incoming 9th grade female identified youth of color attending Rainier Beach, Franklin, Garfield and Cleveland High Schools for our FREE summer and school year programs.
2016 Stella Steps OutOctober 6Break out your flashiest outfit and join us at this annual fundraiser for BABES Network-YWCA! Enjoy a lively evening of dancing, food & drinks, remembrance, and celebration.
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