April 13, 2022

April 2022 Updates

Today We are Celebrating 119 Years of Dedicated Service To The Spokane Community

Today is a day of reflection and gratitude for our team at YWCA Spokane. We have come a long way since the start of our agency. Take a moment to review our annual report from the previous year. We hope you feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment as you review the impact we have been able to achieve together.

2021 Annual Report

April Updates

Spring Fundraiser | 2022 Board | Stand Against Racism | Mother’s Day Sale | 21-Day Challenge | YW Store | Tuscany 

Spring Fundraising Goal Almost Achieved

The need for services for domestic violence survivors and their children has never been greater, so we need your help. We are so close to raising our $400,000 Spring Fundraising goal! Please help us bridge this gap by giving today. Your gifts are essential to realizing our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.

Consider making a $119 gift today in celebration of our birthday and 119 years of critical services provided to our community!


2022 Board of Directors

We would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to our outstanding board of 21 women leaders in the Spokane community who give their time, talent, and support to help ensure this agency is able to continue providing free and confidential services vital to over 15,000 women, men, children, and families each year.

2022 Board

Stand Against Racism

April 28th, 5:30pm (Doors Open @ 5pm)

Join us at the Woman’s Club of Spokane or virtually on Thursday April 28th for our YWCA Spokane’s Stand Against Racism event. This event will include live performances by local artists as well as a powerful panel discussion on housing and income inequality and how to build pathways towards racial and social justice.

RSVP Today

An Evening In Tuscany

Save The Date – July 29th

This year, An Evening In Tuscany, YWCA Spokane’s beautiful summer evening benefit at Beacon Hill will be held on July 29th. Save the date for this decadent evening full of art, entertainment, dining, wine, and impact.

Check It Out 

Hope Stones Mother’s Day Sale (May 5th & 6th)

Stop by YWCA Spokane, 930 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA on May 5th or 6th between 8am – 5pm to purchase handmade Hope Stone jewelry crafted by our team and clients at YWCA Spokane. All supplies are graciously donated by Tracy Jewelers which allows 100%  of funds raised to benefit our domestic violence safe shelter.

Learn More

Sign Up For YWCA’s 21-Day SAR Challenge

(Previously called the 14-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge)

The SAR Challenge, offered for free this May to the public, is accessible to anyone interested in learning more about racial equity and social justice and examining these issues in our own communities. Consider inviting your friends, family, and co-workers to join you in powerful and courageous dialog and action by moving through the challenge topics together as a learning community. Thank you for accepting this challenge!

Sign Up

YWCA Spokane Merchandise Store

Show your support for our women and mission at YWCA Spokane by purchasing branded from our YWCA Merchandise store including apparel, drinkware, and yard signs!

Avoid shipping fees by picking up your order at YWCA Spokane, 930 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99201.

Check It Out

Thank You For Your Support Today & Every Day

Support from friends like you allow YWCA Spokane to continue to provide critical programs and services to women, men, children, and families in our community when they need it most. Thank you for your continued support of our work and mission! Learn more about YWCA Spokane’s impact.


By: Erica Schreiber

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