Three compelling reasons
to support YWCA Billings



1 | Gateway - for victims of domestic and sexual violence.
24-hour assistance, telephone and text help lines with free assistance including, safe shelter, counseling, connections for medical and legal service, tool kits to learn how to recognize and break the cycles of violence and poverty.



2 | Employment & Training Center - employment assistance.
Training and support to obtain education and jobs that will lead to financial independence.



3 | YWCA Child Center - licensed child care and school readiness.
Social skills and Pre-K preparation for children 6 weeks to 5 years. A compassionate, highly-trained staff is dedicated to giving children the best start in life and learning.


How to Donate

Make a donation today either through our secure online donation form below or checks, payable to:

YWCA Billings
909 Wyoming Ave
Billings, MT 59101

Thank you for your vital support! Donations are tax deductible. Your information will never be shared, rented or sold.

 


What your donation does

  • $100 provides one night of safe shelter for a victim of domestic violence. YWCA Gateway provides 7,800 shelter nights each year at no cost to victims.
  • $250 provides 175 meals in the YWCA Child Center’s “Nutrition for Learning” program.
  • $1,000 provides a woman with training and books to enhance her opportunities to obtain a meaningful employment.


Montana Income Tax Credit and Planned Giving

The Montana Endowment Tax Credit allows donors to pay less in state income taxes when they give a planned gift to a Montana charitable endowment.

Planned giving is a method of supporting charities that enables donors to make larger gifts than they could afford to make directly. Planned gifts may produce significant tax savings. They often help a donor avoid or stretch out payment of capital gains taxes, earn federal and state income tax deductions, reduce the size of the donor’s estate, and, if given to a Montana endowment, are eligible for the Montana Endowment Tax Credit. (Click here to read more)