International Women’s Day @ Spokane Community College- Lair Student Center
Mar 9 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Please join YWCA Spokane at the International Women’s Day celebration on March 9, 2019! YWCA Spokane Staff Members will be present for tabling in addition to assistance with planning the event. There will be speakers, workshops, tabling, and food available to highlight the incredible work women do all over the world every day.

Our 2019 IWD Keynote is Idella “IipaSu-Akii” King, Educational Advocate, in collaboration with the Red Skirt Society. The title of her presentation is “Community Healing Through Female Indigenous Ideologies.” We are excited for her courageous and interactive presentation!

In addition to our keynote, we will have three workshop presentations. Donell Barlowe, Certified Holistic Health Coach will be facilitating “Discovering Your Rituals of Self-Care”; Bethany Montgomery and Power 2 the Poetry will be facilitating “Tapping Your Power Within”; and Carmen Pacheco-Jones and Mokeph will be facilitating “Developing Self Compassion through Guided Meditation and Soundscapes.” We are so excited to have these amazing community leaders to teach us all how to create balance for better!



If you are interested in Corporate Sponsorship for this event, please see our Corporate Sponsorship flyer for more information about the different levels and benefits of donating to this impactful event. If you would like to make a general donation to this event, please feel free to use this

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Questions on Sponsorship or Donations? Please connect with Shannon Cook at or call 509-533-7082.
2019 Partners in Progress Meeting @ McKinstry Co.
Mar 27 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Partners in Progress

2019 3rd Annual Meeting

YWCA Spokane cordially invites the public to attend our 2nd annual Partners In Progress annual meeting held Wednesday, March 27th, 2018 from 8:30am – 9:30am at the historic McKinstry Building.

Friends, partners, and supporters of YWCA Spokane’s mission are encouraged to join in a celebration of the agency’s 116th birthday, a reflection of successes in 2018, and an acknowledgment of the organization’s Shining Star award honorees: staff, volunteers, and community partners who made an outstanding contribution in the previous year.

Highlights from Last Year’s Meeting

More details are still to come. Please check back for details and RSVP information closer to the event. Or, follow us on Facebook or receive our eNews for updates delivered directly to you.


Spring Fling 2019 @ Anthony's At Spokane Falls
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

We Are Excited To Have You Join Us April 13 For YWCA Spokane’s 2019 Spring Fling Brunch!

Spring Fling is a once a year, very special, champagne brunch and auction benefit held at Anthony’s At Spokane Falls on April 13th, 2019 from 10am-12:30pm. All proceeds raised benefit YWCA Spokane’s critical programs and services for women and children impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment in Spokane.

Guests will enjoy a delicious brunch provided by Anthony’s, endless mimosas, as well as opportunities to bid on spring-themed, silent auction items.

Tickets will be available to secure soon! Please check back in closer to the date, or follow us on Facebook for updates on this and other event news.

View Photos From Spring Fling 2018

Stand Against Racism @ YWCA Comstock Room
Apr 26 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Stand Against Racism @ YWCA Comstock Room

Join YWCA Spokane For Our Annual Stand Against Racism: Courageous Conversation

Each year, our Racial & Social Justice Committee organizes our Stand Against Racism event, joining over 250,000 people across the country take a Stand Against Racism each year as a part of YWCA’s national movement.

YWCA Spokane contributes to this critical national movement by hosting a public event every April that engages in open and honest dialogue to confront stereotypes and bias as a community. Each courageous conversation held around the nation provides an opportunity to broaden perspectives, learn new tools, and connect with a diverse community of citizens passionate about eliminating racism in our community.

Details for this event are still to come, so check back in or follow us on Facebook for updates straight to your newsfeed. 

Learn more about Stand Against Racism and other ways to join our racial and social justice work here.

An Evening in Tuscany
Aug 2 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
An Evening in Tuscany

Please join us for An Evening in Tuscany!

This Tuscan inspired summer evening benefit for YWCA Spokane’s Domestic Violence Safe Shelter is held Friday, August 2nd, 2019 at Beacon Hill. Guests enjoy a fabulous scratch made Italian dinner, prepared by a local signature chef as well as indulge in a night of wine, art, entertainment, desserts and music that will make you feel like you were in Tuscany!

In addition to dinner and music, there will be a live & silent auction to benefit our Shelter. Beautiful pieces of art, jewelry and even a trip to Tuscany will be available!

Registration is not yet open, so please check back in or follow us on Facebook for updates straight to your newsfeed. Or, consider signing up for our newsletter for updates delivered right o your inbox!


4th Annual End the Silence Campaign @ YWCA Spokane
Oct 1 @ 8:00 am – Oct 31 @ 5:00 pm

end the silence of domestic violence!

Please join YWCA Spokane in our 4th annual End the Silence Campaign this October! As October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, YWCA Spokane will be organizing events and campaigns throughout the month that all are invited to join in!

Each year YWCA agencies engage in domestic violence prevention and awareness campaigns during October, Domestic Violence Action Month, an effort established by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence in 1981. In 2019, YWCA Spokane will launch our 4th annual End The Silence campaign.

The End The Silence campaign goal is to stop victim blaming and to ask the community to stand alongside victims and survivors of domestic violence as safe allies, making it know that they are not alone.

Learn More about End the Silence

We ask community members and local businesses to identify themselves as allies for domestic violence victims through a series of easy ways they can join this movement and make a difference throughout October. Last year, our agency focused on preventing domestic violence before it begins by encouraging parents to have courageous conversations with their kiddos on healthy relationships. Through online materials, events for parents and kiddos, or visiting college campuses to talk to young adults about healthy relationships, we helped prevent domestic violence before it ever arose.

Campaigns and event details are not available at this time. Please check back in closer to the date, or follow us on Facebook for updates of easy ways to get involved. Or, consider signing up for our newsletter for updates delivered straight to you!