What’s Happening at the YWCA – March

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What’s Happening at the YWCA – March

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It’s YWCA Members Month!

Be NaturalJoin us for a series of events in honor of Women’s History Month and to celebrate and thank our members for their dedication to our work and mission.

All events are FREE to YWCA Members. Join, renew, or give the gift of membership.

March 13 Strong Women Movie Night at the Rose Wagner Theater – Be Natural documentary about the first female filmmaker


2019 Legislative Recap Breakfast

YWCA Utah Legislative Recap BreakfastFind out what happened during the legislative session and where we’re going on Wednesday, March 27 at the YWCA Members Month Legislative Recap Breakfast. YWCA Utah Director of Public Policy and legislators will share insights and discuss our priorities moving forward.

General Registration $15

YWCA Utah members receive free registration – Join or renew now!

 

YWCA Summer Camp Registration is Open!

YWCA Utah Summer CampSpots will fill quickly for the YWCA Summer Camp for children ages 5-12.

Daily field trips, community partnerships (including Westminster Athletics and Wasatch Community Gardens), STEM activities, on-site creative free-play, team-building, and great friendships are just a few of the many things that make our program great.

See the full weekly schedule and register today.


Needed Items for Families

Urgently Needed ItemsWe are urgently in need of items for families who have found safety at the YWCA.

Top items (new only please):

  • Children’s plain t-shirts for school 2T – 5T
  • Children’s underwear 2T – 5T
  • Twin and full sized pillows
  • Pots and pans sets

Donations are accepted Monday-Friday 9 AM4 PM at YWCA Utah, 322 East 300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111. Please call 801-537-8604 before dropping off donations so we can coordinate help.

See our full Wish List.


Take a Stand Against Racism April 25-28

Stand Against RacismStand Against Racism is a signature campaign of YWCA USA to build community among those who work for racial justice and to raise awareness about the negative impact of institutional and structural racism in our communities. Founded by YWCA Trenton and YWCA Princeton in 2007, YWCA Utah took a Stand Against Racism in 2011 and continues to participate annually as part of our mission to eliminate racism.

This year’s theme is immigrant justice, which is integral to racial justice work.

Join us!