Hope for the Holidays 2019

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Donations, Events, Get Involved, Impact
Join Us For YWCA Spokane’s 4th Annual Hope For The Holidays Adopt-A-Family Wishlist Program Thank you for helping to celebrate the spirit of giving by adopting a family’s holiday wishlist this year. Make this season a little brighter for those we serve who are impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment. To accommodate the different …

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Women of Achievement 2019 – Photo Gallery

Categories: Advocacy, Awards, Community, Donations, Events, Fundraising, Impact
Together, with the support of more than 1,300 guests and 50 organizations, we raised $328,000 at YWCA Spokane’s 37th annual Women of Achievement awards luncheon! On Friday, October 11th, 2019, YWCA Spokane gathered together with amazing friends and supporters from the Spokane community to celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of 10 trailblazers in our community. We …

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Cupcakes and Champagne 2019 Recap

Categories: Advocacy, Awards, Community, Education and Training, Events, Impact
To kick-off Domestic Violence Action Month, YWCA Spokane Staff, Board Members, and Mission Partners gathered together at the Steam Plant to launch our local End The Silence campaign this October. Purple Everywhere Together we watched the Steam Plant’s stacks turn purple in support of Domestic Violence Action Month. This will be the start of many …

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YWCA Spokane eNews – September 2019

Categories: Community, Events, Fundraising, Get Involved
eNews Editions: March | April | May | June | July | August Ending The Silence Helps To End the Violence From Regina Malveaux, YWCA Spokane CEO Spokane is a special place to live and work. Part of what makes it so special to me is our ability to act as a caring and compassionate community when …

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End The Violence 2019

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Education and Training, Events, Get Involved, Impact
Spokane Unites To Stop Domestic Violence Domestic violence is an epidemic in Spokane County. In fact, according to the Spokane Regional Health District, we have the highest reported rates of domestic violence in Washington: more than 3,900 confirmed victims each year (though the number of unreported victims may be as high as 13,500), representing 25% …

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