Women’s health and fitness programs in the community will receive money raised during the spring 2014 Montana Women's Run.
Billings YWCA CEO Merry Lee Olson recently received a $21,000 check — the largest yet from the organization’s Endowment Foundation, which began cutting checks three years ago.
Siberian sisters. ZooMontana has tigers again! Two 19-month-old females from a Florida animal park arrived last week. ZooMontana Executive Director Jeff Ewelt said the new cats may be on exhibit in early June.
The Downtown Billings Rotary Club presented more than $200,000 in donations to a trio of local nonprofits on Monday.
Dorothy Greatrex, who founded New Beginnings — a program similar to the YWCA Gateway House — in rural Mexico will give a presentation from 5.30 to 6:45 tonight at the YWCA, 909 Wyoming Ave.
The YWCA Billings, 909 Wyoming Ave., will host a sharing session of real-life stories of the New Beginnings ministry in Mexico — a program similar to YWCA Gateway — from 5.30 to 6:45 p.m. on Thursday.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the YWCA’s Salute to Women.
A woman was bloodied and choked to unconsciousness by her domestic partner. But with support from Gateway House at the YWCA, the victim ended the abusive relationship, and with help from her case manager, she landed a new job and is now in a healthy relationship.
YWCA Billings’ three core programs — Gateway, Child Center and Employment & Training Center — are the means by which we deliver the promise of our mission to save, change and improve lives. YWCA has a long heritage of providing for some of our community’s most vulnerable residents — wome…
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The Montana Women’s Run has announced $89,000 in donations to women’s health and fitness programs in the community.
Bidders at YWCA Holiday Dinner and Basket Auction can come away with one of 80 silent auction items. The event raises funds for YWCA efforts to help victims of domestic and sexual violence.
The YWCA Billings will present an evening of dining with wine and holiday shopping at the annual Holiday Dinner and Basket Auction on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza.
In its new campaign, “Reaching Every Woman,” YWCA Billings hopes to help victims of domestic violence, as well as enlist the community in getting the word out about the problem and the available resources.
Merry Lee Olson, CEO of the YWCA, shows some of the items that will be auctioned in the upcoming Holiday Dinner and Basket Auction to raise money to support the organization’s many programs, including the new campaign —“Reaching Every Woman” — that seeks to help victims of domestic and sexua…
Angelica Melody Gray, the Helena woman reported missing from the local YWCA in December but who turned up a few weeks later in California, admitted Wednesday to violating her probation by making that trip.
A Billings souvenir plate popular when the 20th century was young says a lot about how significant the YMCA was to the growing city.
YWCA Billings has announced that it will end its support program for 43 developmentally disabled adults on June 30 to focus on its core mission of assisting victims of domestic and sexual violence.
The YWCA Billings board of directors elected fiscal year 2012-2013 officers and welcomed five new board members. Officers include Sherril Burke, HGFA Architects, president; Seana Rau, Mountain Plains Equity Group, vice president; Kayleen Masters, Eide Bailly, treasurer; and Claire Oakley, Ro…
YWCA Billings is accepting nominations of deserving women for the Salute to Women Award. This year marks the 29th anniversary of Montana’s most significant tribute to women and their achievements. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15.