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Throughout the year, there are many events. We bring community members together to make a difference. For instance, we have fundraisers, outdoor activities and more take place.

Some events occur every year while others happen every other year. Click on an event below to learn more. You can also check out our calendar here.

As you will notice, the beginning of the year and the end of the year are busy times for employees of the YWCA. During these times, we are working hard to raise money for the clients of the YWCA.

Women of Excellence

Over the Edge

Pasta With A Purpose

Cuisine and a Cause

Charity Gala and Auction

Victorian Christmas – The YWCA building is considered a Victorian age structure. Therefore, we open our doors specifically for people to tour certain spaces of the YWCA. They can see for themselves the grand old spaces. After touring, we encourage them to visit The Boutique.

Awareness Months

There are months during the year that are dedicated to certain topics. Below, you will see what those topics are. Most importantly, there are some we are actively a part of during the year.

Often times, there will be billboards, social media posts and more created. These encourage community members to make a difference. Join us in raising awareness!

Human Trafficking/Stalking Awareness Month (January)

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (February) – Focusing on teens this month, we encourage you to talk to the youth in your life about dating violence.

National Women’s History Month (March) – Celebration of the women in our past, present and future.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April) – Many of our clients have suffered from sexual assault. Our Wise Options program helps victims recover from their experiences.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October) – Our Wise Options program deals with domestic violence victims often.

Homelessness Awareness Month (November) – The Liberty House program works with individuals get back on their feet. By providing shelter, clothing for interviews, etc., these women are empowered when they leave.