Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in the February 2019 Newsletter. True Colors training, Secret Seconds 75% off sale, book club and more.
Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in our January 2019 Newsletter. YWCA’s new facility, upcoming skilled trades workshop, volunteer opportunities, and more.
Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in our December 2018 Newsletter. Recent successes at the domestic violence shelter, staff updates, providing winter shelter for homeless families, and more.
Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in our November 2018 Newsletter. GRIT Butchering workshop, our annual Women’s Justice Benefit Luncheon, and more!
Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in our October 2018 newsletter. Domestic Violence Awareness Month, new GUTS! fall programs, racial justice book club, and more..
Learn more about what’s new at YWCA Missoula in our September Newsletter. Volunteer opportunities, Secret Seconds grand re-opening, and more!
If I close my eyes and think really hard I can remember a time in my life when I never thought about the color of my skin. Those times are now distant memories that I can barely recall. I moved to Missoula from Denver when I was 9 years old. Living in Denver, I was… Read more »
Sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and sexual harassment can happen to anyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or gender identity. Women of all sexual identities bear the disproportionate burden of gender-based violence, but we also must recognize the diverse experiences of survivors who represent any and all genders, gender identities and sexual orientations. LGBTQIA, or… Read more »
As service providers who work with hundreds of domestic violence survivors and victims every year, we are heartbroken and dismayed that three of our community members have been killed in the past year, allegedly at the hands of an abusive partner, leaving behind six children who will now grow up without their parents. These tragedies… Read more »
I hear people asking why local organizations are working on behalf of refugees when there are so many of “our own” in need of support. Often this question is accompanied by veiled or not-so-veiled Islamophobia or xenophobia, with the implication that Arab Americans are not real Americans, or that people do not enter this country… Read more »