2018 Year in Review
At YWCA Northeast Kansas, we find strength in the achievements of the over 7,000 individuals and families we serve each year as they overcome challenges and become empowered members of our community. 2018 has been a year of determination and collaboration locally as we have continued to expand our wide array of programming and align our existing programs within a mission impact framework.
On a larger scale, this year has been a watershed moment – a culmination of events touching the many issues we address through our services and advocacy work.
This year has been a time of people coming together to say intersectionality is valued in positions of power and to voice support for survivors. We take our mission of empowerment seriously throughout all our programs here at YWCA Northeast Kansas. And it was in this spirit that we are proud to report that we were able to register 144 voters.
This is life-transforming work, and we are accomplishing it together, thanks to the ongoing generosity and support of donors, volunteers, and community partners like you.