March 28, 2018

Partners In Progress Annual Meeting 2018 – Photo Gallery

YWCA Spokane Celebrates 2nd Annual Partners In Progress Annual Meeting

Friends, partners, and supporters of YWCA Spokane joined together to celebrate our agency’s 115th birthday, reflect of successes in the previous year, and acknowledge this year’s award honorees: staff, volunteers, and community partners who made an outstanding contribution in 2017.

  • Community Partner of The Year Award 
  • Sir Lancelot Leadership Award
    • David Lewis, Community Partner
  • Volunteer Shining Star Awards
    • Madison Fisher, Domestic Violence Safe Shelter Volunteer
    • Kendall DeRemer, Women’s Opportunity Center Volunteer
    • Terri Worl, Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program Volunteer
    • Anna Hostetler, Domestic Violence Civil Legal Program Volunteer
    • Jim Vernon, Development and Administration Volunteer
  • Employee Shining Star Awards
    • Courtney Pettitt, Domestic Violence Legal Advocate
    • Robyn Cook, Downtown ECEAP Assistant Teacher
    • Vanessa Infante, Domestic Violence CSO Advocate

We are filled with gratitude by the turn out for this year’s annual meeting. Over 100 community members helped us celebrate YWCA’s impact on over 16,000 women, children, and families in our beloved Spokane community.  On behalf of our agency and those we serve, thank you to everyone who was able to join us and to all our amazing supporters!

View 2017 Annual Report

View Power Point From The Event

By: Erica Schreiber

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