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How to Get Involved During Black History Month

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Over the years, YWCA organizations across the country have honored Black History Month through various topics, commemorating African American leaders who have shaped history, and amplified Black voices advocating through activism. This year, YWCA Utah is joining others in the US to highlight The Unsung Legacy of Black Feminism: From Jane Crow to Intersectionality. Follow us on… Continue Reading How to Get Involved During Black History Month

YWCA Utah Update Deserving of Your Donation

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

As this year comes to an end, we reflect on the overwhelming love and support we’ve received throughout 2021, despite the inevitable challenges that come with living through a pandemic. From the labor shortages to the collateral damage we’ve experienced as an organization this year, we’re exhausting every resource to continue supporting those in greatest… Continue Reading YWCA Utah Update Deserving of Your Donation

Stories of Survivors – Crisis Calls are Life-Saving Calls

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Crisis calls are often times the first step in helping domestic violence survivors understand their resources, establish emergency plans, and get help in life-threatening situations. In 2021, crisis calls increased by 60% as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to exacerbate violence in the home. The Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center is a first line of… Continue Reading Stories of Survivors – Crisis Calls are Life-Saving Calls

Domestic Violence & Protecting Indigenous Women – Learn More. Do More.

Friday, November 19, 2021

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to discuss why it is essential to understand what domestic violence looks like, where to go if you are experiencing domestic violence, and why it is imperative that we support domestic violence services. Anyone can experience domestic violence in their life and every case is different. YWCA Utah works… Continue Reading Domestic Violence & Protecting Indigenous Women – Learn More. Do More.