George Floyd’s Legacy: Unity!

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George Floyd’s Legacy: Unity!

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Dear friends and neighbors, On April 21, we sighed in relief. George Floyd’s murderer was convicted! We felt relief that there was justice for George Floyd, relief that our united call for justice over the last year was worth it, and relief that what we hoped for came to fruition. George Floyd’s family is encouraging… Continue Reading George Floyd’s Legacy: Unity!

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COVID gifts delivered for preschool families during the pandemic

Monday, March 8, 2021

Thanks to the support of generous donors and community partnerships YWCA Clark County has been offering high-quality preschool to the community for years. Because of this, families looked to our Y’s Care Preschool Program for leadership during a difficult 2020. Y’s Care did not disappoint. Y’s Care represents a true alternative to other early childhood… Continue Reading COVID gifts delivered for preschool families during the pandemic

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Online predators use ‘wokefishing’ to target teens

Friday, February 5, 2021

February is Teen Domestic Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). YWCA Clark County, through its Domestic Violence Program, offers many resources for teens and their families that help young people understand the signs, causes, and outcomes of dating violence toward teenagers. With the spread of ‘Wokefishing,’ violence against teens can start with an innocent internet search. Let’s… Continue Reading Online predators use ‘wokefishing’ to target teens

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Women leaders still invited to sit in the back, says new executive director

Thursday, January 14, 2021

In January, we welcomed Dunetchka Otero-Serrano as our new Executive Director. A native of Puerto Rico, Dunetchka relocated to Portland, OR to pursue a career in nonprofit service and management. She brings a strong portfolio to YWCA Clark County and a desire to advocate for social justice in her new role.  We recently spoke with… Continue Reading Women leaders still invited to sit in the back, says new executive director