Hope For The Holidays 2020 – Recap and Photos

Categories: Community, Donations, Fundraising, Impact, Success Stories
2020 Hope for the Holidays Success!! Thank you to all the amazing individuals and organizations that contributed towards this year’s adopt-a-family holiday wishlist program, Hope for the Holidays. This has been a challenging year for all of us. Thanks to the incredible support received this season, all of the families in our DV Safe Shelter …

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Together we give – #GivingTuesday 2020 is December 1!

Categories: Community, Donations, Fundraising, Other
YWCA Spokane’s work is important all year around, but right now it’s more critical than ever. As COVID cases surge, women who need to escape an abusive partner are left with fewer options to leave. Our crisis hotline, legal services and childcare center are busy as women and families seek our help. When we are …

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Hope for the Holidays 2020

Categories: Advocacy, Community, Donations, Events, Get Involved, Impact
Join us for YWCA Spokane’s 5th Annual Hope for the Holidays Adopt-A-Family Wishlist Program In these difficult times, your contributions are so meaningful and will make this season a little brighter for those impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Hope for the Holidays looks a little different this year. …

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Hope For The Holidays 2019 – Recap and Photos

Categories: Community, Donations, Impact, Success Stories
2019 Hope For The Holidays Success!! Thank you to all the amazing individuals and organizations that contributed towards this year’s adopt-a-family holiday wishlist program called Hope For The Holidays. The incredible support received this season helps to make this time of year a little brighter for those we serve who are impacted by domestic violence, …

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eNews-October2019

Categories: Get Involved, Impact, Success Stories
eNews Editions: March | April | May | June | July | August | September When WE KNOW, WE GROW From Regina Malveaux, YWCA Spokane CEO Two years ago at this time, we watched the #MeToo movement trend on social media. Because of the awareness and exposure built from that movement, more survivors than ever are getting …

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