Since 1916, YWCA Clark County has remained dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
YWCA Clark County programs serve over 12,000 individuals annually. Over 500 volunteers help our dedicated professional staff in advocating and supporting victims of abuse.
Be the change. It’s your support that changes lives, inspires others and creates a community of compassion. Because of you, YWCA Clark County is able to continue serving those families and individuals facing difficult and traumatic circumstances. – Sherri Bennett, Executive Director
In partnership we have helped our most vulnerable and underserved survivors and victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. We should never underestimate the impact that we can have on an individual person or an entire community. YWCA is an example of the impact that advocacy has by changing the lives of the victims and survivors in need. YWCA Clark County is a true partner to the community they serve. – Sergeant Mike Davis, Vancouver Police Department
YWCA has developed an energetic and talented leadership cadre. Their mission is clear and know to their board and staff. Their actions manifest in service to the community and the elimination of all forms of racism. - Earl Ford, Past President, NAACP Vancouver