YWCA St. Paul COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Update

HFC Re-Opening Saturday, Dec. 19

We are pleased to announce that the Health & Fitness Center (HFC) will re-open on Saturday, December 19th. We will adhere to all safety standards, including 25% capacity and 12 ft. social distancing. Virtual classes will continue.

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YW News

Can We Count On Your Support This Holiday Season?

The onset of COVID-19 has brought new hardships and barriers for the 1,200+ people served in our programs, as well as significant challenges for our organization. We need your support to help all of those in the community who depend on us.

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YW News

A Gift from MacKenzie Scott

YWCA St. Paul was recently selected as a recipient of a $3 million gift from Author and Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. This one-time gift is the largest private gift in YWCA St. Paul’s history. It will allow the organization to strengthen and grow its capacity to deliver programs in supportive housing, youth empowerment and employment and its work to empower and equip community members to work for racial justice and equity in the Twin Cities.

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The View from Gen Z

Embracing Winter

As we enter the coldest, darkest part of the year in Minnesota, now might be a good time for a mental adjustment and a new approach to winter! Click here to find out how you can make the most of winter.

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Events

Take Time for Self-Care | Dec. 16

We invite you to a wellness and self-care workshop, which will include yoga and mindfulness strategies led by Marjorie Grevious. This is our gift to you, as a thank you for your support this past year and beyond. 

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YWCA St. Paul’s Gaye Adams Massey Named to TCB’s 100 People to Know in 2021

YWCA St. Paul CEO, Gaye Adams Massey, was recently named to the Twin Cities Business 100: The People to Know in 2021. This annual list honors people that will have the largest impact in Minnesota’s economy and corporate communities in the coming year. Honorees that are chosen are influencers, thought leaders and key players making news or driving change in the year ahead.

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The View from Gen Z

Bring your 2021 Vision to Life

While our lives continue to be restricted by a global pandemic, it doesn’t mean that our future plans have to be bound by this reality. Take some time now to reflect on the year 2020 and start to reimagine the possibilities of 2021 through a well-intentioned vision or dream board activity. For ideas, check out this post.

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YW News

Calling young women between the ages of 15-24!

YWCA St. Paul is hosting a paid experiential learning opportunity for young women ages 15-24 to explore issues that are important to them that will lead to a community-based project. Participants will engage in virtual workshops, interactive training and community services activities to learn about identity-driven leadership, advocacy, local policy and community building.

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