YWCA SHOE DRIVE
Did you know that your shoes can shelter women and children that have experienced violence? The YWCA is facilitating a shoe drive to raise funds for women and children in the Mercy Home Shelter. If you have shoes to donate that are gently worn or used, bring them to a drop off site.
YWCA GREAT FALLS 2020 ANNUAL REPORT
Read about our fiscal year 2019-2020 which was a year of growth, challenges, and commitment to the work we do for the most vulnerable in our community.
At this time, white people seeking to be anti-racist can reach out to support friends and colleagues of color, highlight the voices of Black advocates and activists; and educate themselves.
YWCA Great Falls has recently lost crucial federal funding.
Without this money, we are struggling to meet the critical needs of women and children in our community.
Every year we serve hundreds of women and children from seven counties and three tribal reservations who are fleeing domestic violence or coping with the aftermath of sexual assault. This includes urgent needs such as emergency shelter and food at our Mercy Home along with legal, financial, and personal advocacy. We also provide vital counseling and support for those coping with the long-term impact of domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, PTSD, and more.