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YWCA Monterey County events have changed and evolved due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  We have altered our events with health and safety in mind.  We have taken to using virtual events to continue our progress eliminating racism and empowering women.  If you have questions as to how you can become involved in virtual events, please contact info@ywcamc.org.

May 2021 we celebrate our Not So 50, 50th Anniversary

A month-long campaign that not only increases awareness about the historical background of the YWCA-MC but also reviews how we’ve progressed and positively impacted the community.

April 21st to April 25th Annual Stand Against Racism Campaign

Our yearly effort to raise awareness and  Stand Against Racism

March 26th 2021 Human Trafficking Symposium, online Monterey County event with keynote speakers.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

DV RibbonOctober 1st DVCC annual Conference.  Virual speaker event with Ashely Bendiksen. 12:30-1:30pm. Open to the public. More information can be found on the DVCC website. Registration for the second and third event in the series is now available on Eventbrite.

October 8th  DVCC Annual Conference.  Virtual round table discussion with DV Ourtreach and Prevention 12:00-1:30pm. open to the public. More information can be found on the DVCC website. Registration for the second and third event in the series is now available on Eventbrite.

October 15th DVCC Annual Conference virtual presentation DV Housing Frist Model 12:00-1:30pm open to the public. More information can be found on the DVCC website. Registration for the second and third event in the series is now available on Eventbrite.

October 18th to 24th Week Without Violence virtual week of action in collaboration with YWCA USA.  Times and events will be added as they are scheduled.

October 23rd  Walk a Mile in Their Shoes is a socially distant event organized by YWCA-MC specific to YWCA-MC Staff.  Updates will be posted via social media.

October 30th Program Launch YWCA MC’s new Domestic Violence Housing Program.  Time to be Announced

Monterey County Gives

 

 

November 12th-December 31st MC Gives!  Monterey’s biggest non-profit fundraiser

Advocates Call on Governor Newsom

For Immediate Release May 10, 2021

Contact: Lucas Zucker, Policy Director, CAUSE (805) 216-8566, lucas@causenow.org

Immigrant advocates praise stimulus package, but call on Governor Newsom to address the larger gap of immigrants left out of unemployment benefits.

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