News and Updates

9/24 is National Voter Registration Day

Today is National Voter Registration Day. In 2008, 6 million Americans did not vote because they either missed a deadline or simply did not know how to register to vote.  Are you registered?

O Bee Credit Union & MIXX96FM Shred Day to Support Other Bank

Saturday, September 21, 2013 - 5:45pm

Join O Bee Credit Union and MIXX 96 FM for their Shred Day/Product Drive for The Other Bank!  Bring your sensitive documents to be shredded on Saturday, September 21 at the YWCA of Olympia (220 Union Ave SE, Olympia).

Comcast in Washington State Sponsors GWOL! Video

We are SO lucky to have such generous donors and sponsors like Comcast in Washington State.

Know a middle school girl?

The YWCA of Olympia is proud to offer two FREE after-school programs for middle school girls.

50th Anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington

On Saturday (8/24) organizations from the women’s, faith, civil rights, student and labor communities will gather at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 1963 March on Washingt

Changes at the YWCA

The YWCA of Olympia is pleased to announce that their current Executive Director, Tammy Stampfli will be continuing her education in the field of religious studies in order to become a chaplain.

Spring Into Action a Success!

Thank you to all our donors and volunteers who helped make our 2013 Spring Into Action Luncheon a success. The sold-out event generated more than $12,000 that will benefit YWCA programs.

GWOL! Healthy Relationships Videos

Health experts report that one out of every ten teen girls experiences dating violence.

GWOL! Camp and the Harlem Shake

The 2012 GWOL! spring break camp was a huge success! Thank you to all our camp particpants, volunteers and staff for all your hard work! Check out the YWCA GWOL! “Harlem Shake” video GWOL!

AmeriCorps Project Supports Other Bank

The YWCA and a group of local AmeriCorps members held a “Community-wide Product Drive” Jan. 21 for The YWCA’s Other Bank as a Martin Luther King Day service project.