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Providing opportunities for young women to build better futures

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Youth Equality Programmes

YWCA Auckland is part of the world’s largest women’s organisation, a global network of 25 million women leading social and economic change in over 125 countries worldwide.

We have a proud heritage of providing free community programmes in Auckland for 130 years. These programmes deliver on our mission: to not rest until every woman is able to fulfil her potential. We work actively to help women realise better futures, believing that strong, successful women (however that is self-defined) build strong, successful communities.

Our purpose is: Driven to give women the opportunity to realise a better future. Our values that guide all our work and interactions are: pioneering, integrity, diversity, respect, passion.

Our community programmes focus on four strategic pillars:

1. Leadership:

Future Leaders is a mentoring and leadership skills programme for young disadvantaged women aged 14-18.

2. Economic Independence:

Money Savvy, our dynamic financial literacy programme, aims to give young people the gift of financial capability for life. We also run a national Equal Pay Awards campaign.

3. Safe Spaces:

We deliver Safe for Life, powerful three-hour workshops designed to educate people on skills and strategies to keep out of harm’s way. There is an emphasis on safety around alcohol. We also operate a safe and secure hostel at 103 Vincent Street, Auckland.

4. Wellbeing:

We operate various modules within our Future Leaders programme focused on mental, physical and psychological wellbeing.

Use of funds:

Your generosity will help us stand up for the issues that most impact women and provide free community programmes that enable young women to fulfill their potential

Organisation details:

YWCA Auckland

Charity
Auckland

YWCA Auckland is part of the world’s largest women’s organisation, a global network of 25 million women leading social and economic change in over 125 countries worldwide.

This organisation page was created on 17 Nov 2017.

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