|MLK VOICE 4 YOUTH – 2019 Contest Winners|
|YWCA Breakfast Celebration – Highlights from the 2018 Breakfast|
|MLK Voice 4 Youth (2019) – Annual Contest Sunday, January 20, 2019|
|Stand Against Racism – Power & Change: Dismantling Racial Bias through Community Action
Saturday, April 28, 2018,How to Challenge Resurgent Hate Groups
How to Challenge Resurgent Hate Groups Tues Jan 30, 6pm Theatre N
|2018 Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Communication Contest
Contestants (seated) in the 3rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Communication Contest.
|A Message of Thanks from Stephanie Staats
YWCA CEO Stephanie Staats reflects on her gratitude for YWCA supporters this holiday season.
|Copy of Join Us at the Breakfast Celebration!
On October 19th, be inspired by YWCA clients who have triumphed over extraordinary obstacles.
|YWCA Breakfast Celebration – Thank You!
Thank you for all who helped make YWCA Breakfast Celebration a success!
|Progress After Prison
A pilot reentry program offering entrepreneurship and civic engagement workshops in the Wilmington area that is run by and for returning citizens.
|Don’t Break Social Contract with Nonprofits
Check out YWCA CEO Stephanie Staats’ contribution to The News Journal regarding the impact of the state economy and funding cuts.
|SITE’s Summer Quest Towards A Bright Future
SITE students took another trip! This time to learn about and explore potential museum careers at the Delaware Children’s Museum.
|Congrats to Our Newest WAND Graduates!
Graduates presented business analysis overviews and how they would apply the concepts they learned to a panel of marketplace experts.
|YWCA Annual Meeting and Award Luncheon
YWCA celebrates our last year’s achievements and honors women leaders Carla Markell and Laura Adarve
|YWCA Delaware 2016 Annual Report
A tribute to YWCA’s community as we reflect on our 121st year of service.
|Volunteer with YWCA!
Learn about YWCA’s current volunteer opportunities and help create real change in your community.
|Congratulations YW Girl Class of 2017!
YWCA celebrates graduating Christina School District high school seniors from our YW Girl program!
|Annual Meeting and Trailblazer Award
Join us for a special lunch reception as we celebrate YWCA’s community impact & Carla Markell for her outstanding contributions to Delaware.
|YWCA & Dozens of Groups Stand Against Racism
People across the state came together to rally for a future where “freedom, dignity, and justice for all” is the basis for society.
|Stand Against Racism: Beyond the Moment
Join YWCA and communities across the country this May Day as we Stand Against Racism and push beyond the moment.
|Vote to Create Social Change in Delaware
You can give youth throughout Delaware the opportunity to be heard and be able to contribute to matters of social change.
|Believe Survivors. Change the Culture.
Choose to believe and support survivors and help YWCA Delaware end the cycle of silence around sexual assault.
|Opportunities for Girls to Thrive and Learn
YWCA Girl Imani Griffin traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in a policy briefing on Capitol Hill