Established in Tacoma in 1906, YWCA Pierce County has devoted over a century to creating opportunity and safety for adults and children in the greater Tacoma community. After opening Washington State’s first emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence in 1976, YWCA became a forerunner in the domestic violence service provision field.
As an inclusionary non-profit organization, YWCA Pierce County provides assistance to survivors of domestic violence and their children. All survivors are welcome regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, or sexual orientation. Bilingual staff and interpretation services eliminate language barriers and ease transitions for all of our clients. The YWCA serves over 11,000 adults and children annually, who are seeking help due to domestic violence.
YWCA Pierce County is dedicated to transforming lives through safety, healing, and empowerment.
The YWCA Associate Board has a number of open positions. The Associate Board should reflect the diversity of the clients served by the YWCA. We’re actively recruiting BIPOC individuals, veterans, and the following skills: social media and/or financial planning/forecasting . Reply to this email if you’d like to learn more about joining the Associate Board. We meet virtually on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6 pm
Established in Tacoma in 1906, YWCA Pierce County has devoted over a century to creating opportunity and safety for adults and children in the greater Tacoma community. After opening Washington State’s first emergency shelter for victims…
You may upload a resume. Other application materials specific to the YWCA Associate Board will be emialed separately.