PO Box 542
Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
Throughout our history, YWCA has been in the forefront of most major movements in the United States as a pioneer in race relations, labor union representation, and the empowerment of women.
Founded in 1858 and headquartered in Washington D.C., YWCA is the voice for every woman. YWCA is where women turn to join a dynamic community united by a passion for positive social change, racial justice and economic empowerment. We work to influence public policies on behalf of women and people of color. We speak out on behalf of women and girls and what they face today: racial, ethnic and gender disparities; domestic violence and sexual assault; a lack of affordable childcare and after-school programs; the urgency for job training in a struggling economy; the shortage of transitional and low-cost housing; and the high cost of health care.
Today, YWCA represents 2 million women, girls and their families in the United States and 25 million women worldwide. YWCA has almost 250 associations across the United States. YWCAs can also be found in more than 100 countries.
YWCA Walla Walla has been enriching the lives of women and their families since 1917.