The YWCA Spokane is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, standing up for social justice, helping families, and strengthening communities.
Crucial, safe housing for domestic violence survivors in immediate danger.
Help for domestic violence survivors in need of a protection order. Guidance through the civil legal court system.
Counseling, safety, support, skill-building, and resources needed to address barriers and begin moving forward.
Clothing, toiletries, and necessities for women; free through this donation-based, clothing boutique.
Free pre-school education, on-site childcare, trauma support, and youth outreach.
Transformation Camp designed to inspire, motivate, and encourage girls to embrace the extraordinary young women that they are.
Women receive support and advocacy to rebuild their lives after experiencing domestic violence.
Children and mothers develop new tools needed for success in life including job and school readiness.
Children and youth receive outreach and counseling to help cope with trauma and develop health relationship skills.
Your voice has power and can have an amazing impact in your community. There are many ways you can get involved and make a difference in the lives of women, children, and families on a local level and nationally.
We believe in a community where all women and children have a safe place to live. A place where women have the opportunity to earn a livable wage and families can live free from violence, in peace, and with dignity.
Scott Kirby will journey through 150 years of ragtime, Blues. Americana and more. Kirby will also present images throughout the concert, including his own watercolor art.
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018 Time: 1:00pm -2:00pm
Location: Spokane Falls Community College Music Auditorium (Building #15)
Cost: Free and open to the public
For more information call (509) 328-5729 or visit their website at http://www.kpbx.org/ Free parking in Lot 3.
A Native American boy is magically transformed into a bear in this animated fantasy from Walt Disney Pictures.
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018
Time: 2:00pm – 3:25pm
Location: South Hill Library, 3324 S Perry Street
For more information call (509)444-5300 or visit their website at www.spokanelibrary.org
Edward S. Curtis set out in 1900 to document traditional Indian life. This film tells the dramatic story of Curtis’ life, his work, and his changing views of the people he set out to document.
Date: Saturday, November 1 7, 2018 Time: 2:00pm-3:40pm
Location: Hillyard Library, 4005 N Cook Street
For more information call (509) 444-5300, or visit their website at www.spokanelibrary.org