San Francisco and Marin
For every woman who stands up for justice
And every woman who stands by her side
For every woman who confronts a glass ceiling
And every woman ready to raise the roof
YWCA San Francisco and Marin


 Please contact Jane Winter regarding any questions.

YWCA SF and Marin


Welcome to YWCA

Female, Over 50 and Looking for a Job?


Our FiftyPlus program is for You!

FiftyPlus is the premier place for women 50 and older to take control of their career. Our free workshops and ongoing support can help you develop new skills, build your confidence and find your next job.  Whether you’re unemployed, coming back to the workforce, or looking to make a career change, we have something for you! Click  here to download our flyer with program details and January-March calendar.

“FiftyPlus was just what I needed, when I needed it.” – Successful FiftyPlus Client


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To The YWCA!

YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

For more than a century, the YWCA San Francisco & Marin has responded to the changing roles, needs and aspirations of a diverse population of women, girls and families.

The voices of women have blended to create a vision that keeps the YWCA strong and current even in times of national change and challenge.

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Coming up... Marin Women’s Hall of Fame 2015

The Induction ceremony will be held at the Events Center at Peacock Gap Golf Club in San Rafael on March 26, 2015. Tickets go on sale in January 15th.
Hall of Fame founders, Bonnie Rose Hough, Anne Latta, Ann Kennedy, Rita Levy, Nancy Nakai, and Patricia Warren founded the organization in in 1987, in response to the reality that women were virtually excluded in history books and other historical records.The organization is designed to ensure the recognition and documentation of Marin women for their contributions to the life, mores, culture and landscape of Marin County and beyond. To date, 133 Marin women have been honored for their work, contributions, and influence.
The inaugural cohort of honorees has established a tradition of diversity inclusion, and many prominent women of color have been honored over the years. Some of the women who have been honored:
Singer/songwriter Mimi Farina was one of the first women honored in 1988. Congressional Gold Medalist Melba Pattillo Beals, along with eight other warriors who integrated Little Rock Central High School in 1957, was inducted in 2002.Dr. Nahid Angha, an international Muslim Sufi leader and renowned scholar, was inducted in 2005.The criteria for nomination are: nominee’s primary residence is Marin County, an exceptional record of substantive contributions within a specific field; accomplishments of lasting significance; and a reputation as a generous colleague, mentor/role model and friend.