Be the change every day. This is what our volunteers, staff, and board strive for…everyday.
We believe that when we examine our own individual beliefs and cultural values we can gain insights that help us make better decisions for ourselves, our families, and our communities.
YWCA Clark County will host a number of activities for the public throughout the month of October to raise awareness about domestic violence in our community. Please join us to show that you also believe that domestic violence has NO place in our community.
We’re proud to announce our director of volunteer development, Stephanie Barr, was invited to speak in Berlin on her thesis paper which focused on solidarity within a diverse feminist movement. She is finding creative ways to incorporate her research into various aspects of the organization.
Please take the time to learn more about our wonderful volunteer, Rick Seivers. Rick said the training and workshops opportunities offered at YWCA have really helped him explore himself and continue his journey of healing.
Because we love our volunteers, all YWCA volunteers are invited to attend our upcoming movie night.
When: Thursday, October 25th from 6-8:30pm
Where: the Community Room at 3609 Main St. in downtown Vancouver
What: A showing of the film “Offside”
Find out why the Y’s Care Children’s Program and the Independent Living Skills Program are “Keen” on shoes!
Our Public Policy Committee has been busy. We were grateful to host Senator Patty Murray for a round table discussion regarding the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
We have also been discussing and taking action on Referendum 74. We believe in marriage equality. We believe all couples should have the to right marry. We believe in peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Please join us in APPROVING Referendum 74.
Strong Alone. Fearless Together.