YWCA Boulder County has been providing vital services to the women, children, and families of Boulder since 1922.

We offer parenting classes, youth empowerment programs, public policy and advocacy efforts, racial justice programs, and more.


Boulder's only drop-in, temporary childcare center serving children ages 6-weeks to 12-years.


Information and tools necessary to promote healthy child development.


One-on-one sessions empower clients to reach self-sufficiency.

Feb24, Mar6, Mar16, or Mar24...
February 12-May 21, 2018
Feb27, Mar6, Mar13, or Mar20...


Leah Koliha, Family Services Director for Children's Alley, was interviewed by Shiquita Yarbrough for Victorious Single Parent, a KGNU podcast. The topic of this episode is affordable...

The YWCA of Boulder County sends a huge thank you to Thrivent Financial for their generous holiday donation! Their genorsity will go a long way in helping Children's Alley and...

Impact Story
Alicia needed childcare for her young daughter while staying at the local domestic violence shelter. Thanks to our generous scholarship fund donors, we were able to provide free childcare enabling Alicia to attend sessions with her counselor, attorney and social services appointments.   She also ->
utilized the YWCA’s low-cost career program to update her resume and get the job search support she needed to get back on her feet. Our free parenting classes also helped Alicia in working with her child, who had gone through significant trauma and was acting out. Alicia is interviewing for work, seeking ->
housing and is looking forward to this next chapter in her life knowing that the YWCA will offer the resources and assistance she needs to succeed.