As an organisation we're always evolving, find out what we've been up to recently...
Run the Sheffield 10K for YWCA Yorkshire!
and raise money to support our work with vulnerable young families across South Yorkshire
Jack receives a “Keeping Safe 2019 Award”
Calling all dare devils!!
A beautiful thank you gift
Networking with a difference
Do you own or work for a local business who are looking for new referrals and connections?
YWCA Yorkshire named as Sassy Ever After’s charity of the year!
Read more about this and our recent talk at a sassy ever after live event
Ex-resident Stacey tells her inspiring story, 12 years after moving out of Fleming Gardens supported accommodation
Join us for the Doncaster half marathon on the 9th June!
Challenge yourself to raise money for local young women and families in need
Neon Night Run 2019 with YWCA Yorkshire
Sheffield Half Marathon
Deputy Lord Mayor, Tony Downing Draws Competition Winner!
Run for YWCA Yorkshire!
Can you help?
Green Gables hosted a spooky halloween party, are you brave enough to click below and find out more…
What a fantastic night!
Our charity dinner was a great success, click the button below to find out more…
New Opening Hours For Dinnington Charity Shop
For more information on our Dinnington charity shop please click below…
YWCA Yorkshire’s Macmillan Coffee Morning
We took part in the worlds biggest coffee morning…
Dinnington Charity Shop Needs Your Help!
YWCA Yorkshire take part in Sheffield 10k
Raising money for YWCA Yorkshire!
New Charity Shop Opens
Our new charity shop has now opened in Conisbrough.
Thank You Lidl
We'd like to thank Lidl for their longstanding partnership with us in Mexborough. They supply us with their excess food which makes a huge difference to our young residents lives.
New Donation Point - Crazi Trazi's Cardz
We've got a new drop off point for our charity clothes and items in Eckington, North Derbyshire.
Paul Pashley Event Raises £1,400
The Devonshire Arms Middle Handley and Paul Pashley raised over £1,400 for us. We'd like to say thank you to the Devonshire and Stag Restaurant for raising such a large amount.
Run for Women - Meet our runner
Meet Zak, he's one of our runners for the Sheffield Half Marathon on 8th April 2018. He talks about what drew him to the charity and his plans for the big day.
It's International Women's Day - 8 March 2018.
This years theme is #Pressforprogress, we've acheieved a lot over the last year but much more is needed to be done to achieve equality both here in Yorkshire and across the world. Here's 10 facts about the status of women.
We’re opening a new shop – Unwanted items and volunteers needed
We're excited to announce that we're opening a new shop! But we desperately need your help to fill it full of exciting items for sale before it opens. We're also in need of volunteers to help staff and run the shop. Click below to find out more information
We congratulate Rotherham Children’s Services
Rotherham Child Protection Services came out of special measures earlier this week, here's our response to their amazing work.
The Academy has given complementary membership to our Chief Executive Tracy Gollins and offered her support, networking opportunities, coaching and friendship. The charity has benefited enormously from this blossoming relationship; with fundraising and personal donations being received from Academy members, amongst a whole host of generous contributions to YWCA Yorkshire.
YWCA gets into the Christmas spirit by taking 18 families to the pantomime
This week we managed to secure 64 tickets to take a large number of families to the pantomime at the CAST Theatre in Doncaster. We’d like to thank the Family Holiday Association as without their generosity, none of this would have been possible.
BUMMIT is part of the University’s RAG (Raising and Giving) society, which raises money for local and international charities every year. BUMMIT is a hitchhiking adventure, where participants travel to a specific destination by hitchhiking or “bumming” lifts – hence the name! Established as a one-off trip in 2003, the event has grown every year and is now internationally recognised. Participants are permitted to use public transport, but the spirit of the event is to get lifts from drivers on their way. All the students taking part wear a bright coloured hoodie with details on, and travel in small groups. Each student is expected to raise a minimum of £250 sponsorship.
On Thursday 27th July, two of our lovely staff members from Rotherham Services attended the Different But Equal event at the Carlton Park Hotel. Beci from the Early Help Team, and Lisa from YPTS, attended the event, which had been organised by the Different But Equal Board, in partnership with the Voice and Influence Partnership and Rotherham Children, Young People and Families’ Consortium.