Throughout the year, the YWCA puts on a wide range of events and fundraisers to support our services. All of our annual events are steeped in a rich history of community support and collaboration. If you would like to get involved with one of our events, please consider volunteering.
At this time, the YWCA is developing its capacity for online registration and ticket sales for its events. Please check back as we draw closer to each event and give us a call at (509) 525-2570 with questions.
To learn more about the specific details of our upcoming events, please join our newsletter and follow us on Facebook.
The Phonathon each spring kicks off our fundraising outreach for the year with board members and volunteers calling past Phonathon supporters.
A benefit for the YWCA, held each September, is a party with exclusive and amazing auction packages, live music, award-winning wines, and delicious food.
YWCA supporters gather to reflect upon the YWCA's community impact in the last year. Awards are given to community members who make our work possible.
Every April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We raise awareness about sexual violence and offer education to our community on how to prevent it.
As the biggest fundraiser of the year, the YWCA Luncheon brings amazing speakers to discuss important women's issues and brings together a large part of the Walla Walla community.
During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we stand with domestic abuse survivors. We work to raise awareness and offer education about how to end the cycle of violence.
“Domestic and sexual violence is an issue that is close to home for me, and I feel so humbled and empowered to spread the message in my community.”
– DV Awareness Month volunteer
Since its founding in 2000, that’s how much giving to the YWCA has increased at the Leadership Luncheon, which directly supports our domestic violence and sexual assault resource center.
stood up and spoke out in a YWCA video calling for men’s active participation in ending domestic violence and sexual assault in our community. The video premiered at a YWCA fundraiser, but you can still watch it on YouTube!