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Thank you for supporting YWCA Edmonton.

A woman finds hope and healing after fleeing domestic violence.
A girl learns to love herself for more than what she sees in the mirror.
A boy returns home from summer camp with lasting lessons of independence.
A family applauds their son with autism on his first day of work. 

These are real stories made possible every day when you support YWCA Edmonton. Help us create a better future for women, girls, and families in Edmonton.

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Ways to Give

Become a monthly donor, host a community event, or even donate a car! There are many opportunities to support the individuals we serve.

Donate Online

Fast, secure, and convenient, online giving is the easiest way to start impacting women and families in Edmonton — today.

Volunteer Opportunities

Passionate about helping others? Dedicated volunteers are at the heart of our programs and events.  

Leave a Legacy

A charitable bequest made through your Will is a simple and meaningful way to give. Starting today, you can create a brighter tomorrow.


When you participate in one of our fundraising events, you help raise critical funds for our agency, and our programs and services.

Your support makes a difference everyday...


The other side of fear

As we celebrate the magic of the season, we’d like to share a heart-warming story with you — one of a mom and her son who nearly lost their family to violence, but instead found


On Becoming: A Client Story

YWCA Edmonton offers affordable Counselling Services using a unique model that ensures the most vulnerable clients with the highest degree of trauma receive intensive and specialized care, without cost being a barrier. Last year, we

Your Impact

In 2016, Lakeside Haven helped 36 women and children living in the Wings of Providence shelter heal from the traumatic effects of domestic violence.

Browse our programs and services to see all the ways your donations make a difference.


With your support, we can provide critical help and resources to women and their families, when and where they need us.