Key Partners

Together, our foundation is stronger, our reach farther, and our impact greater. We are deeply honored by the support and commitment from each of our community partners!

As a Village

Providing programs in domestic violence support services, economic empowerment, and early childhood education, YWCA Spokane positively impacts the lives of thousands of community members each year. But, we don't do this work alone!

It takes partnerships with corporations, government grantors, community organizations, and individuals to collectively thrust our efforts towards a future without racism, where all women know their worth. We're so grateful for every partner on this page who makes this work possible.

Government & Community Partners

  • City of Spokane
  • Department of Children, Youth and Families
  • Family Violence Prevention and Services Administration
  • Office of Civil Legal Aid, Washington State
  • State of Washington
  • U.S Department of Social & Health Services
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)
  • Victims of Crime Act – Washington State Dept of Commerce
  • Violence Against Women Act
  • Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families
  • American Kennel Club
  • Avista Foundation
  • Bank of America – Charitable Foundation
  • The Benevity Community Impact Fund
  • Columbia Bank
  • Elizabeth Pool Charitable Trust
  • George F. Jewett Foundation
  • Hayes Family Fund at Seattle Foundation
  • Horizons Foundation
  • Innovia Foundation – Collette Michelle Brawner Fund
  • Innovia Foundatrion – Heinz and Anne Zegke Foundation
  • Johnston-Fix Foundation
  • Liberty Mutual Foundation
  • MultiCare Health System
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Pritchard Family Charitable Foundation
  • Providence Health Care
  • Spokane County United Way
  • Starbucks Corporate Giving
  • STCU
  • Thomas E. and Barbara B. Richardson Giving Fund
  • U.S. Charitable Gift Trust
  • US Bank Foundation
  • Washington Trust Bank
  • Women Helping Women Fund
  • YMCA of the Inland Northwest

YWCA Spokane's Giving Circles represent groups of donors making an enormous impact for the present and future of YWCA Spokane's programs and services. Members are individuals who are dedicated to advancing racial and gender equity in our region.

Learn more about the commitment and impact of each of these circles:

  • Impact Partners
  • Visionary Leaders
  • Legacy Circle

Mission Partners

Mission Partners are businesses and organizations that provide a lifeline for women, children, survivors, and families by investing a significant 3-year contribution of $100,000 or more to support this work. 

These invested leaders embody our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women and clearly understand the importance of it. Their commitment and dedication bring the promise of support and hope for those struggling with poverty, trauma, homelessness, and despair. With this help, we harvest the potential to build upon our accomplishments from the past and grow the health and sustainability of our critical programs well into the future.

The Family Justice Center

Family Justice Center At YWCA Spokane

A Community Approach to Addressing Domestic Violence

Housed in YWCA Spokane’s main office location downtown, the Family Justice Center is the home of several partner agencies that have a common goal to protect the safety of domestic violence survivors, hold domestic violence offenders accountable, and reduce incidents of domestic violence in Spokane.

The Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Team:

  • YWCA Spokane Legal Advocates
  • City and County Law Enforcement
  • Prosecutors

The Family Justice Center, identified as a national best practices approach to Domestic Violence intervention and prevention, was formed with the goal of providing coordinated services to survivors of family violence.  

The core concept is to provide one central location where survivors can go to:

  • Talk to an advocate
  • Receive information on housing and shelter
  • Access counseling and job readiness services
  • Receive free childcare
  • Meet with law enforcement officers
  • Talk with prosecutors

The ultimate goal is to help survivors move from what often is the most traumatic moment in their lives to hope, healing, safety, and stability.

Become A Partner

Our partners create a platform of powerful opportunities allowing for sustainable change and transformation in the lives of the women, children, and families we serve who are impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment. Learn more and join us today! 


Jun 4, 2024 Jun 15 @ 8:19 am

Gender-Based Violence in Conflict Zones

After we held this year’s Equity for All event, which included a focus on maternal mortality, it’s crucial to draw attention to the plight of women in the world’s conflict zones.

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Mission Moment – WOC Classes

About The Women’s Opportunity Center (WOC) offers a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for survivors of trauma so they can rest, recover, and rebuild. These learning opportunities are designed to foster healing after trauma while nurturing a supportive community. All…

Jun 4, 2024 Jun 15 @ 8:19 am

2024 Board of Directors – Amy Sargent

Thank You Each of our wonderful Board of Directors is so passionate about our community and dedicates their time, talent, and resources towards the fulfillment of our mission. On behalf of our team, those we serve, and our community we…


May 6, 2024 Jun 24 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

DV 101 Training: Recognize. Respond. Refer.

June 24th, 2024 10:00am – 11:30am Join YWCA Spokane for this important free, virtual training on June 24th. Learn more about intimate partner domestic violence, how to help a friend, and about YWCA Spokane’s free and confidential services. This Training…

May 20, 2024 Jun 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

DV 101 Training: Recognize. Respond. Refer.

June 27th, 2024 2:00pm – 3:30pm Join YWCA Spokane for this important free, virtual training on June 27th. Learn more about intimate partner domestic violence, how to help a friend, and about YWCA Spokane’s free and confidential services. This Training…

May 20, 2024 Jul 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

DV 201 Training: Learning in Action

July 15th, 2024 10:00am – 11:30am Join YWCA Spokane for this new free, virtual training on July 15th. Learn more about the unique barriers and challenges survivors navigate on a daily basis and talk through how you might help a…