Mary A. Powell’s 1948 bequest released to YWCA following the death of her last living relative. The original bequest of $224,000 was now worth over $4 million. Of that amount, YWCA would receive $1 million.
YWCA open Y’s Care Children’s Program to assist families who are experiencing homelessness and in transition.
Children’s Advocacy Program (CAP) is initiated to provide special services for children of women who are in the SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program shelter.
The Task Force on Racial Justice receives an award from the YWCA Nation Convention in Chicago.
Start up of the Big Sister Fellowship Program made possible by a grant from SWIFT.
YWCA Clark County establishes the Val Joshua Racial Justice Award to honor Val Joshua, whose life long work has supported the YWCA One Imperative. The award is presented annually for exceptional and creative contributions in the area of racial justice.
YWCA and Clark College partnered on Women of Achievement Award.
The Vancouver-Clark County YWCA becomes YWCA of Clark County.
The remodeling of the 1115 Esther Building is complete.