Bystander Effect & Intervention for Youth

Categories: Community, Education and Training
Written for Teen Dating Violence Action Month (TDVAM) 2021 by the Prevention Team  The bystander effect is a social psychological theory that states that individuals are less likely to offer help if there are other individuals around. Status and appearance can change how long it takes people to react and offer help. The likelihood of …

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Thank You Providence for Your Incredible Support!

Categories: Community, Donations, Fundraising, Grants, Impact
Thank You To Providence, A YWCA Spokane Mission Partner Continuing a tradition of caring that the Sisters of Providence began more than 165 years ago, Providence Health Care remains dedicated to creating healthier communities for a better world. As one of our valued Mission Partners, Providence Health Care has come alongside YWCA Spokane year after …

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Thank You Numerica for Your Incredible Support!

Categories: Community, Donations, Fundraising, Impact
Thank You To Numerica, A YWCA Spokane Mission Partner Numerica is dedicated to enhancing lives, fulfilling dreams, and building communities through their support of nonprofit organizations who focus on women and children’s issues and education. In the true spirit of their mission, Numerica Credit Union, has stood by our side during a time of incredible …

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2020 Impact

Categories: Impact
Powered by YOU, YWCA Spokane continues to be a force for real and lasting change.  In a year full of unexpected barriers and unprecedented need, your support enabled us to adapt and continue to serve our community when they needed us most. Thank you!  Your contributions helped YWCA Spokane provide a critical foundation of support …

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Teen Dating Violence Action Month 2021

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Impact
Often referred to as Teen Dating Action (or Awareness) Month (TDVAM), February has been set aside to address teen dating violence. YWCA Spokane joins various organizations, like love is respect, and young people across the country to raise awareness of teen dating violence through action. Throughout the month of February, via our Facebook page, we …

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