YWCA Interview01

Peggy Rose interviews Kelly Mcdonald ‘Director of Marketing & Doner Relations for the Pierce County YWCA

The YWCA Pierce County has been a community leader in domestic violence services for over thirty years. After starting the state’s first domestic violence shelter in 1976, the YWCA has steadily expanded and enhanced a comprehensive menu of domestic violence service provision, offering clients real tools to change their lives through safety, healing, and empowerment.

YWCA 24-Hour Hotline:
(253) 383-2593
(253) 274-5661 TTY

Our trained advocates can assist you if you need help making yourself or a loved one safe.

Our shelter accepts pets, so let our advocate know if you need to find safe shelter for your pet(s) when you call!

YWCA Legal Line:(253) 365-6352

Our Legal Services team provides civil legal counsel, referral, and representation to victims of domestic violence. This combination of services increase victims’ chances of permanently and safely ending their domestic violence relationship and establishing lives free of violence.


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