January 5, 2024

2023 Community Engagement Impact Report

A New Department Focused on Impact

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Founded in 2022, YWCA Spokane’s Community Engagement Department was created to help promote community collaboration and action that furthers the mission of the agency. After a year of growing and learning, the department is proud to share how their work has helped prevent future harm in our community. This team works at the intersections of inequity, poverty, and intimate partner domestic violence through the agency’s awareness, education, and prevention efforts.

2023 in Review

This year, 3,771 individuals connected with our agency, far exceeding our goal of 2,300. Through different awareness activities, such as tabling events, resource fairs, and outreach campaigns, 1,801 individuals learned more about YWCA’s mission and services. 1,625 people attended an educational opportunity to deepen their understanding of racial equity, social justice, and domestic violence. Lastly, 345 youth engaged in our violence prevention efforts through 107 free sessions about healthy and unhealthy relationships and two summer empowerment camps.

Last year was a powerful year of intention, collaboration, and innovation. Check out the full 2023 Impact Report for YWCA’s Community Engagement Department by clicking the image or the link below.

2023 Impact Report

By: Jemma Riedel-Johnson

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