Sharon Resch YWCA Facilities

Building Location and Details

Our building is on the corner of South Madison Street and Stuart Street at 230 South Madison Street, Green Bay, WI.

Rental Information

Many of the spaces in our building are used for different purposes throughout the day, and most are available for rental. From community events to birthday parties, we are happy to be your host.

Lulu Bellin Women's Empowerment Center

Our Women’s Empowerment Center offers a wide range of programs and services supporting women and girls including TechGYRLS, employment and economic empowerment workshops, our Career Closet offering free professional and business casual clothing to women, and the Madison Street Boutique which is open to the public and helps to fund WEC programming.

Kuehne Aquatic Center

At YWCA Greater Green Bay, we offer a variety of lessons and water classes designed to promote safety, health, wellness, and a strong sense of community for our members.


  • Two warm water pools
  • Heated whirlpool for relaxation
  • Women-only dry Sauna
  • Accessible pool and facilities
  • Multiple locker rooms and restrooms to accommodate all individuals

Arlene B. Walter Fitness Center

All members of our community deserve a supportive and safe environment where they can meet their fitness and health goals. We are here to provide a welcoming and friendly space that promotes peace and dignity for all.


  • Cardio equipment including treadmills, exercise bikes, and elliptical machines
  • Strength training equipment including weight machines, medicine balls, resistance bands, and free weights
  • Accessible options for individuals with limited mobility

Cowles Auditorium

The auditorium offers a multi-purpose space that accommodates large groups. It has hosted blood-drives, conferences, and fundraisers as well as large group fitness classes and community gatherings.


  • Stage with microphone and sound system
  • Large projector screen 
  • Gymnastics equipment and tumbling mats 
  • Goals, balls, equipment, and nets for various sports
  • Tables and chairs 

Rebecca Chernick Innovation Lab

The innovation lab offers economic workshops and classes that empower the financial growth of women and facilitate important individual and small group discussions. Programs such as TechGYRLS and other community groups use this space regularly.


  • Digital presentation board
  • Laptops
  • Reconfigurable seating and workspaces

Laird/Laforce and Baer Multipurpose Rooms

These multipurpose rooms work well for smaller community events and group fitness classes. A range of equipment allows classes to be tailored to participant needs.


  • Assortment of weights
  • Physioballs
  • Mirrored walls
  • Barre handrails
  • Folding chairs 

Marguerite Kress Terrace Childcare Playground

What could be more fun than a rooftop playground? The terrace gives our childcare kids a safe place to play outside without leaving the building. This space offers two wooden play sets with various slides and climbing features as well as plenty of space to run, ride tricycles, and play games.


  • Two wooden jungle gyms with multiple slides and various climbing and play features
  • Plenty of space to run and play
  • Tricycles and scooters
  • Kitchen playset
  • Wooden blocks and trucks