YWCA El Paso Del Norte Region is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women
and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Please donate online to El Paso Giving Day. Your funding this year is directed to those escaping violence who are housed and receive supportive services at the YWCA Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center. Your gift makes it possible for women and children survivors of domestic violence to gain control of their lives. During 2020, the pandemic worsened the violence against women and children. Now, more than ever, your gift can help women and children achieve self-sufficiency and permanent housing.
DOUBLE YOUR DONATION ON OCTOBER 15TH!!
This year money can be matched by Walmart up to $10,000 per agency. In addition, we have other donors, offering another $20,000 in match during our Power Hour. Yes, that's right, giving on October 15th online can double your gift!
YWCA POWER HOUR
What time on October 15th? If at all possible, please donate between Noon to 1 p.m., that is our Power Hour!! We will be recognizing all our donors to El Paso Giving Day. Know this year, more than ever, the women and children of the YWCA TLC need you.
In addition, if you pay online between Noon and 1 p.m. during our Power Hour and we have the most number of donors ($10 minimum), we are eligible for another $1,000 through El Paso Giving Day.
Online gifts only are counted this year, mark you calendar for October 15th and circle Noon to 1 p.m. Your are officially a super hero/shero who is choosing to make a difference in the lives of women and children escaping violence.
Thank you very much for caring!
YWCA El Paso del Norte Region
Causes: Homelessness and Housing, Social Justice, Women's Issues
YWCA El Paso del Norte Region has served the El Paso community for 111 years. Since 1909, our goal has been to empower and improve the lives of El Pasoans. We started as a cafeteria for working women and grew into a teen girl empowerment group, a group home for women, and a businesswomen’s association- all before women could even vote. More recently YWCA stayed open during the pandemic and even has a program offering free childcare, so needed by families at this time. YWCA has seen domestic violence and child abuse rise during the time of the pandemix. Your support means so much this year. Thank you for being a part of the solution for so many!!
TODAY, YWCA El Paso provides
A safe place for women and children who have survived domestic violence. Residents of our Transitional Living Center receive counseling, case management, education and employment support, childcare support, and much more.
Affordable housing for seniors and other El Pasoans
Free workforce development courses for El Pasoans looking for a new career.
A community and support system for thousands of El Pasoans, particularly seniors, at our four Health and Wellness Centers
Excellent early childhood education at our seven Early Learning Academies. As a nonprofit, we are also able to provide scholarships to families who need support in finding and affording childcare.
More than 40 After School Programs that provide parents with peace of mind during after school hours and provide students with homework support, STEAM tutors and activities, and a safe, engaging environment.
Teen leadership programs in areas with high rates of students dropping out of high school.
When you give to YWCA El Paso, your gift provides a scholarship to a family in need of childcare, a life skills course for a woman who has survived and escaped domestic violence, a family and community for seniors at our gyms, programs designed to empower women and eliminate racism, and so much more. Below is the story of someone who currently lives at YWCA’s TLC. She is in a safe place, but we still need your support to help her reach all of her goals. A gift on El Paso Giving Day can make it possible for her to buy her school books, pay for childcare while she is in class, and find permanent housing. All of this is made possible because of donors like YOU.
“The first time he hit me, I was two months pregnant. I stayed with him because I wanted my child to have a father and I wanted a family. I thought for sure he would change when the baby was born, because how can a baby not change you? When our daughter was two months old, he threatened to hit me while she was laying right next to me. The next day I left with a suitcase full of diapers and not much else. I am so grateful to be at the YWCA Transitional Living Center. They have helped me go back to school, apply for scholarships, find childcare, and so much more. My daughter just turned one and she is such a happy baby and I think it is because she can tell how happy I am now. Being a mother is the most beautiful thing I have ever experienced and I want to say thank you to YWCA and to the men walking in high heels who have made all this possible. Thank you for letting us know that we are not alone. “
YWCA Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center Resident
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Suzanne and Paul Dipp
Cecilia Lujan Matthews
Baron Chemical Janitorial/Disinfecting Supplies
Lone Star Title Co. of El Paso Martin
Susan Hass Hatch
Cyd and Tommy Goldfarb
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You'll be able to donate to YWCA El Paso del Norte Region when El Paso Early Giving Week starts on October 8, 2020.