DVAM 2023 – Recap

Categories: Awareness, Campaigns
This Domestic Violence Action Month, over 700 community members engaged in education, outreach, and events with YWCA Spokane. We are so grateful for this community who joined us to raise awareness, inspire change, and support survivors. As October draws to a close, we want to express our deep appreciation for your commitment to this critical …

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Recap | Pathways Forward: Digital Abuse & DV

Categories: Events, Pathways Forward
A discussion on how digital abuse impacts survivors of domestic violence and tips for prevention 2 min. read VIEW RECORDING On October 18th, as part of our Domestic Violence Action Month campaign, we held a Pathways Forward discussion on the tactics and impacts of digital abuse with Émilie St-Pierre (Future Ada) and Chandler Dean (YWCA …

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DVAM Action Kit

Categories: Community, Events, Get Involved, Impact
Take Action with YWCA Spokane this October The month of October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Action Month. During October, YWCA Spokane looks to increase awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence in our community, inspire action that is focused on creating lasting change, and encourage community-wide participation. We invite you to take part …

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Recap | October Pathways Forward: Centering Survivors

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Education and Training, Events, Impact, Spokane Resources
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  Local experts join ywca spokane to discuss impacts to domestic violence survivors of current legislative changes (>1 minute read)   During this year’s Week Without Violence, YWCA Spokane was joined by Sarah Dixit, Public Affair Manager of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington & North Idaho, and Gonzaga Law Professor Mary Path Truethart, to engage …

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Last Chance To Support Survivors During DVAM!

Categories: Fundraising
October is Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM) & YWCA Spokane Looks To Raise $50,000 by October 31st! Throughout the last several weeks, we have offered the Spokane community many ways to spread awareness and step into action during DVAM. In addition, we are looking to raise $50,000 in critical funds that will allow us to …

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