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More than a Donation

YWCA Boulder County is on a mission to empower women and eliminate racism.

Thank you for supporting YWCA Boulder County! Your gift supports more than 6,000 individuals in Boulder County each year. If you’d like to donate by mail, please send your check, payable to YWCA Boulder County, to: 2222 14th Street, Boulder CO 80302. Questions about donations may be directed to: Brittny Wilson, 303-443-0419 x 114.

Your Gift Makes Our Work Possible!

  • $25 can provide a hot, nutritious meal for 10 children
  • $50 can provide 1 week of tutoring for a high school girl
  • $100 can provide 8 books for inclusive activities in elementary schools
  • $250 can provide 2 full days of child care for a family in need

To donate, please visit: https://www.ywcaboulder.org/donate

Children’s Alley Child Care Closed

On March 18, Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from March 23-April 17. In accordance with this, the YWCA is planning for Children’s Alley to remain closed until Monday, April 20. We will keep you updated weekly as we continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation.

It has been incredibly hard for us to temporarily close our doors knowing that this is creating additional strain on the families we serve and the children we love. While some childcare centers remain open, we are following safety recommendations from Colorado Public Health to close Children’s Alley. As a drop-in childcare center with different children every day, there is an increased risk of spreading COVID-19 and our highest priority has always been to provide quality care while keeping our staff and families healthy and safe.

We are committed to working through this time by identifying the most pressing needs of our community and creatively aligning resources and programming to address these pressing issues. We are staying up-to-date with Boulder County Public Health and will communicate our reopening as soon as it is a possibility.

For more information and community resources, please read our recent blog post.