YWCA St. Paul will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 17 for a Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic.

When inside our facility, face coverings are required for all employees (regardless of vaccination status) and fitness members and all others who are unvaccinated. We are committed to maintaining the safety and well-being of everyone visiting our facility, and highly recommended that everyone wear face coverings when inside our facility. Please read the full update.

Category: Volunteer

Two YW Staffers (African-American women) stand beside several boxes of personal hygiene items
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Thank You CHS For Your Partnership

YWCA St. Paul thanks CHS for partnering with us for Women’s Equality month. The CHS team made a generous donation of 13 boxes of personal hygiene products—ranging from soap to hairbrushes—that will be provided to our Housing and individual participants.

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Group of Thomson Reuters volunteers and YW employees. The group is standing in front of a brick apartment building. Thomson Reuters employees are wearing orange t-shirts that say "Because We Care". Everyone is wearing a mask.
Volunteer

Thank You Thomson Reuters Volunteers!

YWCA St. Paul thanks the amazing volunteers from Thomson Reuters for their time and effort in helping to transform our Oxford property. The volunteers painted the hallways of the three buildings and renovated the playground by cleaning up weeds and laying new rubber mulch.

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close up of birthday party kit bags
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Thank You to Roundel™ Volunteers

YWCA St. Paul extends our heartfelt gratitude to Roundel™, Target’s in-house media company, for the invitation to present to the Roundel team. Deena Zubulake, YWCA St. Paul’s Director of Programs, discussed a variety of racial justice programs and opportunities at YWCA St. Paul, including the 21 Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge.

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Sweet Potato comfort pie, ready for delivery
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Helping Our Community One Pie At A Time

Rose McGee, owner of Sweet Potato Comfort Pies, and Bonnie Alton, owner of Great Harvest Bread Company in St. Paul, joined together to recruit volunteers to help bake and deliver 46 sweet potato pies to George Floyd Square, as George Floyd was 46 when he died. They then decided to make additional pies to give to families in YWCA St. Paul’s transitional housing program and to Ujamaa Place, an organization that provides holistic transformation for young African-American men experiencing inequity at the intersection of race and poverty.

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