YWCA Austin wishes to extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of George Floyd. We stand with the Minneapolis and St. Paul community. Yet again, we are outraged by the violence against and murder of people of color in America due to police brutality. We also wish to highlight the contrast of the…

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It never crossed my mind once that I would find myself writing to you in the midst of a world pandemic, yet here I am, doing exactly that.  Although it may feel like we are living in uncertain times, I feel hopeful that we all find strength, compassion and courage to help us navigate these…

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Thank you for changing lives and strengthening our community. Today, we find ourselves again on the front lines as the Covid-19 pandemic has touched us all. Covid-19 represents a new and additional disparity that sits atop the already existing mental health and social justice issues that have been at the heart of our organizational mission…

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In response to current COVID-19 recommendations, YWCA Greater Austin has ceased the provision of in-person services effective 3/14 until further notice. We will be working with clients through tele-services. We understand the stress that this situation may cause and apologize for any disruptions. The health, safety, and well-being of our clients, staff, and volunteers is our number…

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Have you joined the movement and helped us #AmplifyAustin2020? If not, no worries – It’s not too late! You have until 6 PM TODAY to join us in the fun(draising)! Don’t miss out –  a little goes a long way when we give and get together! #AmplifyATX #EmpowerWomen #EliminateRacism Thank you to all who have contributed, we cannot…

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#AmplifyAustin2020 is officially underway. Use the donation button above within the next 24 hours to join our mission to eliminate racism and empower women! Help us #AmplifyATX! For 113 years, YWCA has been on a mission to empower women, their children and their families and to transform the Greater Austin Community. Whether through affordable and…

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Naya Diaz comes to the YWCA with over 18+ years of social justice experience in both the nonprofit and social impact sectors with a specialization in transformative leadership and human resources. Most of Naya’s career has focused in serving marginalized communities with ongoing efforts of impacting immigrant and low-income communities. She has 10+ years in HR management and talent acquisition…

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