Join us as a sponsor and community partner. Your support enhances our 6 empowering and life-changing programs, and shows alignment with our mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. As a community partner, you will:
- Gain valuable exposure to Vancouver/Portland Metro Area business and community leaders
- Gain goodwill exposure through our marketing efforts across print, broadcast, and online channels
- Demonstrate your commitment as a civic partner by supporting the YWCA’s programs
- Support the YWCA’s mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all
Events you can Support
YWCA Clark County hosts a variety of fundraising events, awareness events and workshops that provide hundreds of individuals, groups and businesses the opportunity to engage in social change through participation and sponsorship. Our two biggest fundraising events are the Annual Empower Luncheon and the Classic Wines Auction.
Classic Wines Auction – Every Spring, nine hundred of the region’s top philanthropists and community leaders join together to support YWCA Clark County and four other nonprofits serving children and youth with an evening of exceptional food and wine from the world’s top winemakers and NW chefs. This event provides one third of our philanthropic funding.
Empower Luncheon – Occurring every year in September and offers a wide range of sponsorship options. Each year, we feature a different YWCA program and invite a leading voice on the topic to speak.
Awareness events include the Val Joshua Racial Justice Awards, Stand Against Racism, and support of awareness months such as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October and Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April.
We also conduct anti-violence and sexual assault prevention workshops and diversity training. These help us fulfill our mission, and build a stronger community.
If you’re interested in sponsoring one of our community events or workshops, contact our Philanthropy Department at 360-696-0167 or firstname.lastname@example.org