Commute to Career Grant
YWCA USA: Stop Allowing Abuse
Shutdown Hurts Women, Families, And Communities Of Color
YWCA Madison: Statement following the attack of an 11-year old student at Whitehorse Middle School
YWCA Madison: Letter to City Council Opposing Body Cameras
YWCA Madison: Strongly opposes the hiring of Daniel Furseth as a police officer with the Town of Madison
We Need Real Solutions, Not Platitudes
YWCA USA: Support Survivors and Speak Out
The Muslim Travel Ban Puts Families At Risk
What We’re Doing
YWCA Madison is committed to eliminating racism and empowering women. The way we pursue this commitment is by seeking justice over charity, empowerment over enabling.
Who We Are
YWCA Madison envisions a community where people of all racial, ethnic, socio-economic and gender groups are valued and included, and discrimination and injustice are eliminated.
Your voice matters as we stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities. Whether you have five minutes or can commit five hours of your time.