Midterm elections will be held Now. 6, 2018. We are in solidarity with YWCA USA's mission to register 10,000 voters for the 2018 mid-year elections. Help impact the future legislation of Congress by:
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and across the country, survivors, victim advocates, government officials, faith-based groups, health care providers, business leaders, police officers, and concerned citizens will take steps towards eliminating domestic partner violence.
Join the YWCA Central Alabama on October 18, 2018 beginning at 6:00 pm as we walk from the YWCA, 309 23rd Street North to Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, 1530 6th Avenue North to show solidarity against domestic violence and intimate partner violence.
Did you know the YWCA provides free or low-cost business attire to women in need at our resale boutique?
If you know someone who needs interview attire or if you have clothing to donate, please call My Sister's Closet at 205.703.5510. Store hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
After leaving an abusive marriage and turning to YWCA for help, Tessie found the support she needed to transform her situation “from gloom and doom to thriving.” Click here to watch her story.
YWCA CENTRAL ALABAMA IS ON A MISSION TO ELIMINATE RACISM, EMPOWER WOMEN, STAND UP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, HELP FAMILIES AND STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES.