Celebrating Chinese New Year Through Photography

Categories: Advocacy, In the News, Non-Profit, Other, Racial Justice

Since 1916, YWCA San Francisco & Marin has been serving the Chinatown community. The Julia Morgan designed building, in the heart of Chinatown provides subsidized housing for the low income elderly and people with disabilities. The building stands as an expression of Chinese American culture through its style and thoughtful design. We have been asked …

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YWCA recognized as a Healthy Mothers’ Workplace

Categories: Advocacy, In the News

We are honored to receive the Healthy Mother’s Workplace bronze award this year, for outstanding policies that support working moms! We were in phenomenal company at Monday’s award ceremony with the organizations and electeds leading the way on family-friendly workplaces – not just in San Francisco, but in the country. YWCA and others were recognized …

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CA Getting Stronger

Categories: Advocacy, In the News

    Good news!!! CA women have 6 major steps forward to celebrate. Stop by the office Monday 9:30-11:00 to cheer together and send a postcard thanking our champions. Governor Brown signs the New Parent Leave Act, surrounded by the “Wonder Women” of the CA Women’s Legislative Leadership Caucus. Yesterday saw major victories for women …

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Tricia and Bob’s Family Leave Story

Categories: Advocacy

We are fighting to make sure all new parents in California have access to paid family leave. Call Governor Brown at (916) 445-2841 and urge him to sign SB 63. Can’t get through? Sign the petition here. Thanks to the California Work and Family Coalition and Ree Ree Li for connecting us with Tricia and …

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Angela & Ryan’s Family Leave Story

Categories: Advocacy

We are fighting to make sure all new parents in California have access to paid family leave. Call Governor Brown at (916) 445-2841 and urge him to sign SB 63. Can’t get through? Sign the petition here. Thanks to the California Work and Family Coalition, Legal Aid at Work, and Ree Ree Li for connecting …

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