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The YWCA Salt Lake City announced it received a $50,000 Daniels Fund grant to support its programs and services to women and children in the community who are affected by domestic violence.
"The Daniels Fund grant provides essential funds that allow the YWCA to continue helping domestic violence survivors gain access to resources within themselves, within our programs, and within the community to heal and build violence-free futures. As the need for our domestic violence services has grown, the YWCA has expanded to serve our community," said Anne Burkholder, YWCA CEO.
Last year the YWCA reached more than 12,000 men, women and children in Utah through an array of programs and services dedicated to empowering women, eliminating racism, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Almost 1,000 women and children found shelter from abuse at the YWCA, and the YWCA’s crisis line received more than 3,000 calls.