YWCA Greater Green Bay

Donation FAQ

How is my gift used?

Donations to the YWCA of Greater Green Bay support the numerous programs that aim to fulfill our mission to eliminate racism and empower women.   The YWCA of Greater Green Bay:

  • Advances race & gender equity to create a more inclusive community;
  • Helps people improve their financial situations through job training & life coaching;
  • Support programming to decrease gender gaps within science, technology, engineering, and math careers.


How are programs funded?

The YWCA of Greater Green Bay has a diverse income stream to ensure the financial health of our organization. Each year we seek donations from community supporters, conduct fundraising events, apply for grants from public and private sources, and earn income from rent.  Learn more about funding through our must recent annual report.

Are gifts tax deductible?

The YWCA of Greater Green Bay is a 501c3 non-profit and your gifts are tax deductible to the extent that the law allows.  Please consult your tax adviser for further information.

I am not comfortable giving online, how else may I make a gift?

Gifts are accepted:

Via US Postal Service - Mail your donation to

YWCA of Greater Green Bay
Attn: Director or Development Strategy and Operations 
230 S. Madison St.
Green Bay, WI 54301

What types of gifts do you accept?

Credit Cards
Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT)
Online Donations
Reoccurring Gifts
Stock/Securities Transfers

How do I include your organization in my estate plans? (Planned giving)

You can make a lasting gift to the YWCA of Greater Green Bay by including the organization as a bequest in your will, creating a charitable trust or charitable gift annuity. 

Who can I contact if I have questions in regards to donations/giving?

If you have questions about any of our giving programs, contact CEO Renita Robinson at 920-432-5581, ext. 132 or rrobinson@ywcagreenbay.org or CFO Kris Neveau at 920-432-5581, ext. 131 or kneveau@ywcagreenbay.org.