Download Customized Walker Bibs:

PRINTABLE BIBS:
We’re Walking For
I’m Walking For
We’re Walking Because
I’m Walking Because
We’re Walking A Mile in Their Shoes
I’m Walking A Mile in Their Shoes
BLANK
Femicide in Canada
MMIWG2S Statistics
2SLGBTQIA+ Violence Statistics
Violence towards Trans Women Statistics
SK violence Statistics

SOCIAL MEDIA GRAPHICS:

REGINA – MARCH 31, 2022
MODIFIED: APRIL 7, 2022: Change of end time.

YWCA Regina’s 2021 Annual General Meeting is Taking Place on Monday, April 25 at 6:00 PM

Please RSVP by April 20 by contacting Robyn Hiebert at robynh@ywcaregina.com

See poster below for full details:

 

Click Here to Download AGM Notice

Say YES to Helping Women & Families Succeed!

Your support of this community fundraising campaign will:

Provide Safety by supporting women fleeing violence staying at Isabel Johnson Shelter, My Aunt’s Place and Kikinaw Residence.

Create Environments of Love by supporting kids in our children’s homes who are awaiting the next step in their journey and helping us ensure their well-being.

Show Someone Cares by helping women and families in crisis through our Outreach Services. Sometimes this is as simple as a ride to a medical appointment, or providing formula or menstrual supplies, or sometimes it’s as complex as finding appropriate housing for a family of eight.

Provide Opportunities through our social programs, like Big Sisters which provides mentorship, or Children Exposed to Violence program which helps families heal.

Promote Healing by helping us focus on Reconciliation and providing culturally relevant services.

Regina – YWCA Regina is hosting the city’s third annual Women’s March virtually on Saturday, January 16, 2021.

With the safety of our city in mind, we are encouraging the community to create posters and march safely within their bubbles while connecting online.

The event invites community members of all ages, genders, races, abilities, and religions to march #ForwardTogether on Saturday January 16th 2021.

“We must continue the work we have started, advocating for women’s rights” says YWCA Regina CEO Melissa Coomber-Bendtsen. “How we march may look different, but our mission of empowering women’s rights remains the same.”

The event seeks to inspire, unite, and lead the charge for the advancement of women across Canada, while shining a light on gender inequality in Regina and the surrounding area.

“The Women’s March offers residents an opportunity to imagine what a community rooted in solidarity and in the pursuit of gender and social justice looks like,” continues Coomber-Bendtsen. “We recognize how important it is for us to stand up for each other and march not just for ourselves, but to empower one another.”

Women’s March Canada is an international movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil rights, and social justice for all. To learn more, visit https://womensmarch.com/ or follow the Women’s March YQR social accounts.

Facebook: @WomensMarchYQR
Instagram: @womensmarchyqr
Twitter: @WomensMarchYQR

Download the 2021 Women’s March Poster

Download the 2021 Women’s March “Why I March” Sign

Regina – YWCA Regina is hosting the city’s second annual Women’s March on Saturday, January 19, 2019. The event invites community members of all ages, genders, races, abilities, and religions to join the global #WomensWave in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation by wearing the colour red. The March will begin at 10AM at the YWCA, 1940 McIntyre St., with music by special guest Natural Sympathies kicking things off at 9:45AM.

“We’ve chosen to honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls as the cornerstone of this March,” says YWCA Regina CEO Melissa Coomber-Bendtsen. “We recognize how important it is for us to stand up for each other and march not just for ourselves, but to empower one another.”

The event seeks to inspire, unite, and lead the charge for the advancement of women across Canada, while shining a light on gender inequality in Regina and the surrounding area.

“The Women’s March offers residents an opportunity to imagine what a community rooted in solidarity and pursuit of gender and social justice looks like,” continues Coomber-Bendtsen. “By choosing to shine a light on Missing and Murdered Women and Girls in our province and amplifying the cause with our voices, we are grounding ourselves in that knowledge and committing ourselves to following the leadership of Indigenous communities to bring about an end to the crisis.”

Women’s March Canada is a Canadian national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil rights, and social justice for all. To learn more, visit www.womensmarchcanada.com/regina.