Sponsors & Partners
On behalf of women, girls and families all across the United States, we salute our sponsors and partners with heartfelt thanks. YWCA works with corporations, foundations, organizations and government institutions to help us further our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women all over the country. We welcome new sponsors and partners and look forward to finding ways to work together to stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities.
Our incredible sponsors provide critical financial support for YWCA programs and initiatives — from our signature Stand Against Racism and Week Without Violence campaigns to the Leadership & Capacity Building Institute.
Our inspiring partners, including the organizations and initiatives below, join forces with YWCA as we work in communities across the country to advance our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.
To get in touch about sponsorship and partnership opportunities, or with questions, contact our Development team via email or give them a call at 202-467-0801.
Allstate Foundation Purple Purse is dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence. This year, Allstate awarded $215,000 in grants to seven local YWCAs to implement the Moving Ahead Through Financial Empowerment program and $60,000 in support of our Leadership & Capacity Building Institute.
Centene Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, is committed to providing the best possible care to its members and the communities in which they live. With that goal, YWCA USA and Centene Corporation have engaged in a three-year project to launch an emotional management and healthy relationships program for teen girls served through YWCA’s network.
YWCA USA is a partner in the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research, a national coalition of institutions in the U.S. committed to taking meaningful action to support and improve research addressing the lives of women and girls of color. As a Collaborative partner, YWCA USA has made a commitment to invest resources in research and research application over the next five years, and works collaboratively with other members to build new connections, share promising practices, and support the advancement of research addressing the lives of women and girls of color.
YWCA USA is a member of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), proudly joining this community of more than 850 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and nonprofits working to increase girls’ and women’s participation in technology and computing. As a member of the K-12 Alliance, YWCA USA works to improve the recruitment, retention and advancement of girls in computing-related STEM education programs and career fields that can greatly enhance their economic opportunities and outcomes.
As a member of Arizona State University’s National STEM Collaborative (NSTEMC), YWCA USA pursues our strategic commitment to providing girls and women of color access to high-quality opportunities, experiences, and pathways to enter and persist in science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics (STEM) fields. Housed within the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology (CGEST) at Arizona State University, our membership in NSTEMC provides YWCA USA access to evidence-based STEM strategies in conjunction with possible partner organizations.
Through the Treasure & Bond give back program, Nordstrom is supporting YWCA USA TechGYRLS curriculum and 35 local STEM/STEAM and youth development programs with a $952,815 contribution.
T-Mobile’s employee networks have chosen YWCA USA as its 2018 partner. The Multicultural Network is supporting Stand Against Racism and the Women’s Leadership Network is supporting Week Without Violence, with a $20,000 contribution to each signature campaign.
As an extension of our national Health & Safety platform, YWCA USA has adopted RunJumpThrow (RJT) as a model program. RJT, a program of USA Track and Field (USATF), is a hands-on curriculum designed to introduce children to basic skills of running, jumping and throwing — skills that are essential to physical literacy and building life-long habits of and access to physical activity. This partnership helps YWCA USA positively impact the lives of children, especially those who are traditionally underserved, have the least access to structured and unstructured play, and are likely to have inequitable health outcomes. As a model program, YWCA USA has partnered with USATF to customize a RJT curriculum that specifically focuses on how RJT aligns with one of our national outcomes: to improve the health of women and girls of color.
Join Our Team
On behalf of women, girls and families all across the United States, we salute our partners with heartfelt thanks and look forward to expanding our work through new partnerships.
YWCA USA partners with corporations, foundations, organizations and government institutions to help us further our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women all over the United States. Partnership and sponsorship opportunities include:
Partnering to catalyze change or support best practices and innovative programming. For more information on these opportunities, please contact our Development department.