The YWCA of Minneapolis is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1891 as a member of the national YWCA, an autonomous women's movement. We have been at the forefront of social change ever since.
Today, the YWCA of Minneapolis serves over 25,000 people annually with hundreds of programs, classes and support groups. As part of a worldwide women's movement in over 70 countries, the YWCA strives every day to achieve:
Race and gender equityEconomic independence for womenRespect for diverse culturesA place where children and youth thriveA community that is vibrant and healthy
Mission: Eliminating Racism & Empowering Women and Girls
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