New ECEAP Classroom at YWCA Spokane Downtown Location

Categories: Success Stories
The YWCA Spokane’s ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) is not only transforming lives! We’ve also transformed a new classroom space! The YWCA Spokane’s downtown ECEAP has extended to include a second ECEAP classroom! An interior room previously used mostly for storage has been transformed into our new beautiful Extended Day Model, year-round ECEAP classroom. …

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How Can Your Faith Community Respond to Violence in Our Community?

Categories: Community, Education and Training, Get Involved, Spokane Resources
Faith Partners is a collaborative effort from the YWCA Spokane, Women’s Healing and Empowerment Network, Create Your Statement, and Abuse Recovery Ministry and Services. The goal is to provide education, resources and support for faith communities so they can facilitate advocacy, sanctuary and healing for people affected by domestic violence. The Faith Partners are facilitating a free workshop …

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Spokane Summer Fun Activities

Categories: Spokane Resources
YWCA Spokane’s Youth Advocate, Jessi Taylor, has compiled a wonderful list of free and inexpensive activities you and your family can do this summer. Consider sharing this great resource with friends and family. enjoy! 2016 Spokane Summer Fun & Resources As the Youth Advocate for the YWCA Spokane, Jessi Taylor has the privilege of working …

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Nominate A Woman Of Achievement – 2016

Categories: Community
Seeking Women of Achievement Award Nominations for the 2016 YWCA Women of Achievement IMPACT Luncheon The YWCA Spokane has honored women in our community for the past 34 years. These women embody the mission of the YWCA by giving generously of themselves to make Spokane a better place for all of its citizens to live. …

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Jill Is One Of Many

Categories: Success Stories
IT TOOK ME 12 YEARS TO LEAVE HIM. “I married young and had 4 kids with a man I loved. I had a family I chose to dedicate my life to. He became my foundation after my parents’ divorce and my mom’s accident. “I didn’t recognize all the signs. They started so small and built …

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