April New Member Promotion
Become a new member this month and only pay a Joiners Fee of $79. Commit to a 12-month membership and only pay a $19 Joiners Fee! Stop in and talk with a Member Advisor today! Learn more.
Quality Early Childhood Education
The YWCA of Minneapolis is the largest nonprofit provider of nationally accredited early childhood education in the state of Minnesota, now at seven Twin Cities locations. Complete our online form.
YWCA Summer Camp
Our summer camp is a time of enrichment, exploration, team-building and friendship, led by highly qualified teachers. Camp runs Monday-Friday, 7:00 am-6:00 pm, June 11 through Labor Day. Learn more and register today.
Find out what's happening at the YWCA of Minneapolis by checking out the Our Voices blog, a collection of views from voices throughout our organization. We share news about our programs, those people we work with, and insights from our Health and Fitness staff.
The YWCA of Minneapolis actively lives its mission of eliminating racism, empowering women and girls, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
The YWCA of Minneapolis is a member organization of Girls Incorporated. Girls have opportunities to learn new skills, belong to a group, make positive connections to peers and adults, contribute to society, feel competent and believe in their ability to create the best possible future for themselves. Learn more.
Child Care and Education
Children get a great start at the YWCA of Minneapolis. Our child care programs, from infant to school-age, include stimulating activities, nutritious food and a healthy environment in which to grow. Our seven nationally accredited child care centers are located in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Golden Valley. Learn more.
Racial Justice Workshops
The YWCA is dedicated to promoting racial equity by partnering with individuals, organizations and businesses through racial justice training, consulting, advocacy, outreach and education. We offer a wide variety of workshops throughout the year that explore the issues of race and culture. Learn more.