By donating to the Women's Centre, you are helping us continue to offer a variety of programs and services to women and girls in Whitehorse. You are helping us provide a safe and respectful space where women can connect with one another and create positive change.
Here's what women have to say about our work.
"The staff are amazing. The people that come in to speak are amazing and you can talk about anything. I had a medical concern with my now [toddler] and these ladies stuck by me for support and encouragement."
Healthy Moms Healthy Babies Participant
"It's one of the few public places where women from all races, cultures, ability and statues co-mingle. The food is awesome too!"
A Safe Place Attendee
"With the Girls Club I was taught about healthy and meaningful relationships. The time I spent at the VFWC was filled with healthy dialogue and discussion on equality and social justice that opened me to new views and ideas."
Girls and Trans Club Participant
The best way to help is to become a monthly donor. Monthly donations provide stable funding throughout the year so that we can supplement the programs that need it most. Give as much, or as little, as you can. Sign up to be a monthly donor at CanadaHelps.org.
Become a part of our community of support and experience the difference your donation will make.
You can donate in many ways:
If you prefer to donate in cash or cheque, you can drop it off or mail it to:
503 Hanson St
You can also donate online right now at CanadaHelps.org
Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre offers women opportunities to both receive and provide support, to connect with others and build community. We are always looking for volunteers to help support our programs!
We are currently looking for volunteers for:
If you are passionate about women’s rights and support our values, contact us to find out how to become a volunteer at VFWC!
VFWC operates as a non-hierarchical Collective. Our collective emphasizes sharing information, power, and responsibility. All members of the Women’s Collective are designated as leaders without a formal, top down structure. The collective structure is flexible and varies over time. Decisions are made based on consensus.
Collective members are responsible for attending monthly meetings, supporting and attending Centre events and programming, monitoring financial and long-term planning, acting as a liaison for staff, and other duties as required.
If you support our mission, vision, and values, and would like to be part of our organization, contact us to find out more!