YWCA USA Advocacy Network
In an effort to accurately capture YWCA advocacy efforts around empowering women and eliminating racism, the YWCA has created an online documentation process that allows you to record your associations advocacy and policy work. Advocacy includes, but is not limited to: letters to the editor; social media engagement (twitter, facebook, pinterest); meetings with members of congress; town halls; lobby days; calls or emails to members of congress; visits to your facility by a local elected official or government agency; participating in or creating a sign on letter; and recruiting and engaging local community members on current advocacy issues.

Please contact Qudsia Jafree, Policy and Field Coordinator, with any questions at qjafree@ywca.org.

First and Last Name *
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E-mail address *
We will not distribute this information, however, staff from the YWCA USA may contact you for follow up regarding your associations' advocacy efforts.
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YWCA Association and Region *
Please list both your association name as well as affiliated region.
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Position *
Please indicate your current position at the YWCA.
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Phone number *
We will not distribute this information, however, staff from the YWCA USA may contact you for follow up regarding your associations' advocacy efforts.
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Please select the category that best matches your advocacy activity. *
You may select all that apply.
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Please select the type of advocacy that best matches your activity. *
Date of activity. *
format: MM/DD/YYYY
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Please describe in detail the activity conducted. *
For online engagement, please include any relevant URL links. For all other activities, be sure to list relevant information such as: whom you met with; contact information; whether this was your first time engaging in this particular activity, and so forth.
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Was this the first time you've engaged in this sort of advocacy activity? *
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Describe the outcome of your activity. *
For example, did it result in: media coverage; additional funding and resources; invitations or accolades; recognition by local elected officials or government agencies. How many people were you able to reach? What method, if any, did you utilize to measure your impact?
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Describe any challenges you encountered for this activity. *
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How can the YWCA USA staff assist you in making this activity more fruitful in the future? *
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