• Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women

    In 2015, YWCA St. Paul’s programs and services helped more than 5,900 people to change their minds, bodies and lives. Download the Annual Report
  • A Century of Service

    Founded in 1907 to meet the needs of the young women working in St. Paul’s factories and mills, today’s YWCA serves women, children and families. Learn More
  • Investing in Community

    90 cents of every dollar goes directly to services for women, children and families. Donate Now
  • Meeting Community Needs

    Last year, YWCA St. Paul invested $6.4 million in community issues like fighting homelessness, empowering at-risk youth and building self-sufficiency. Learn More

About YWCA St. Paul

For more than 100 years, YWCA St. Paul has been changing minds, bodies and lives.

You might know us best for our Health & Fitness Center, but we also work to help:

  • Families to fight homelessness
  • At-risk youth to reach their full potential
  • The unemployed and underemployed to find their place in the workforce

Addressing community needs in four core areas: Housing & Supportive Services, Youth Development, Health & Wellness and Employment & Economic Development, last year  our programs and services helped more than 5,200 people to reach their goals and improve their quality of life.

You can learn more about YWCA St. Paul’s history here.


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

Service Area

Collaborating with a broad east metro network, YWCA St. Paul anchors the Summit-University community and reaches out to neighbors in greater St. Paul and Ramsey County.

Key Documents

Annual Report
Audited Financial Statement
IRS Form 990 (2015, 2014, 2013)
Strategic Plan

Annual filings of IRS form 990 are also available at www.guidestar.org.

Celebrating Success

“Working with a personal trainer has kept me honest and accountable.”


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