Kim Quashie, Senior Design and 
Production  Co-ordinator 

I want people to know that YWCA Toronto is a powerhouse. This march reflects the work that we do, and the issues to which I know we are all committed. YWCA Toronto has a long history of advocacy and providing direct services that help women and girls thrive. We have been here for almost 145 years. At the same time, we are still young and constantly evolving to meet the needs of women and girls across Toronto.
Join YWCA Toronto's delegation at the International Women's Day march on Saturday March 11, 2017 - the march begins at 1:00 pm, leaving from the University of Toronto's Medical Sciences Building, 1 King's College Circle. There is a renewed energy in the women's movement - let's all be a part of it.  Read more [...]

We all have a responsibility to stand up against Islamophobia.  Check out this tip-sheet developed by Rania El Mugammgar
and the Centre for Social Innovation.
To  mark Black History Month, we are taking a look back at Black women honoured with YWCA Toronto's Women of Distinction award. Check out this inspiring slate of 26 Black Torontonian women you should know:   Click to view.

Women of Distinction 2017 Ad