GET INVOLVED

There are so many opportunities and ways to help support the YWCA Great Falls’ mission. From volunteering time or advocating for survivors, to making a donation or sponsoring an event, we welcome and appreciate the generosity of our community members.

GET INVOLVED

There are so many opportunities and ways to help support the YWCA Great Falls’ mission. From volunteering time or advocating for survivors, to making a donation or sponsoring an event, we welcome and appreciate the generosity of our community members.

Advocate for Survivors

We are constantly advocating for the rights of marginalized populations and the best resources available to us are the following.

 

Montana Board of Crime Control – The MBCC is the repository for the statistics that law enforcement agencies across the state collect. This website offers a number of crime reports, some of which are searchable by county and crime.

Montana State Supreme Court – The Montana Supreme Court Administrator’s Office publishes Montana judiciary’s annual reports, which provide information about cases tried before Montana courts. It reports numbers for domestic violence and a number of other crimes.

Domestic Violence Statutes

Sexual Violence Statutes

Montana State Legislature

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Great Falls Rising

Volunteer

Volunteering at the YWCA is what makes us who we are! We rely on people power for everything we do – from our incredible board of directors to our lawn keepers and everyone in between. If you have a special talent/gift and would like to share it with the community or a small group, give us a call. We are always looking for new classes and new ideas.


Some continuous needs:

time
Time working in the Y’s Buys Thrift Store
paint
Building Maintenance/Painters
clean
Window Washers
meal
Meal Preparers

social
Social Media Gurus
fundraiser
Fundraisers

Call 452-1315 or email us to tell us what you would like to help with.

#WOMENSNARRATIVE365

As we honor the ongoing work of women to gain equal citizenship through our “Women’s History Month” posts on Facebook, we also encourage everyone to integrate womens’ stories more fully into national narratives and civic memories every day.

With this in mind, we are creating #WomensNarrative365.  It will start on March 8, 2020 which is also International Women’s Day. It will go through March 7, 2021.

We look forward to Black Women History Month in April and Asian Pacific Islanders Month in May. If you would like to see a special historic woman honored in these months, please email Sandi at sandif.ywca@gmail.com

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