Mission & Community Partners
Since 1903, YWCA Spokane has been helping women and children overcome social, economic, racial, and personal barriers in order to accomplish their goals and achieve healthier and more fulfilling lives. Providing programs in domestic violence support services, economic empowerment, and early childhood education, the YWCA Spokane positively impacts the lives of over 16,000 community members each year.
Our Mission and Community Partnerships 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. With their help, our foundation will be stronger, our reach farther, and our impact greater. We are deeply honored by this support and commitment.
The Mission Partners of YWCA Spokane are committed to bringing peace, justice, freedom and dignity to our Spokane community, creating a foundation that allows for real and lasting change every day. Together, we will work to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen our community.
Mission Partners invest a significant 3-year contribution that provides a lifeline for women and children in Spokane through our work at YWCA Spokane. This critical financial support bridges the gap between the expenses we incur while serving clients, and the grants we receive from state, local, and private parties.
These invested leaders embody our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women, and clearly understand the importance of it. Their commitment and dedication bring 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.
If you or your organization would like to learn more about becoming a Mission Partner to YWCA Spokane, please contact Dana Morris at 509-742-0111 or email email@example.com.
Key COMMUNITY PARTNER
City of Spokane
City of Spokane Community, Housing, and Human Services
City of Spokane Valley
Community Colleges of Spokane
Spokane County Community Services, Housing, and Community development
US Department of Agriculture
US Department of Commerce
US Department of Health AND Human Services
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Department of Justice – Office on Violence Against Women
US Federal Emergency Management Agency
Washington State Department of Commerce – Office of Crime Victim Advocacy
Washington State Department of Early Learning
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
Bank of America Charitable foundation
Better Health Together
BNSF Railway Foundation
Cocchiarella Family Fund
Community Building Foundation
Elizabeth Pool Charitable Trust
Empire Health Foundation
Frank and Gertrude Doyle foundation
George F. Jewett Foundation
Group Health Foundation
Inland Northwest Community foundation
Johnston Fix Foundation
Liberty Mutual Foundation
Nordstrom Charitable Giving
Pritchard Family Charitable foundation
Umpqua Bank Charitable foundation
US Bank Foundation
Women Helping Women Fund