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Stand With Us

In times of crisis, YWCA stands up to meet the needs of the most vulnerable. But we can’t do it alone. Stand with us and donate in support of the valuable services we provide for our community this May during two fundraising events: #GivingTuesdayNow on May 5, and #GiveAtHomeMN running from May 1 to May 8.

Our clients are some of the hardest hit by this crisis, and your contribution directly funds essential programs.

Your donation helps us provide urgently needed services and supplies, such as:

  • $50 – a case of diapers or baby formula
  • $100 – an air mattress with capacity pump
  • $150 – household items (pots & pans, dishes)
  • $250 – a week’s worth of groceries
  • $500 – rental assistance due to job loss

Click here to visit our GiveMN donation page and give back to the community you love.

Every gift counts — in more ways than you might think! Each gift made during #GiveAtHomeMN increases the chance for our organization to receive additional funding! Regardless of the size of your donation, now is an excellent time to show your support: if your donation is selected, your chosen cause receives a bonus grant from GiveMN!

All you have to do is make a gift and it will automatically be entered into the drawing for each associated prize grant. With eight days of bonus grants given out hourly, you’ll have lots of chances to add a bonus to your generosity.

Thank you for giving back to your community and helping us continue to provide life-changing services.

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