YWCA


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YWCA:

see Young Women's Christian AssociationYoung Women's Christian Association
(YWCA), organization whose stated mission is "to empower women and girls and to eliminate racism." The movement is nondenominational.
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The YWCA Elgin is a nonprofit organization that provides educational and outreach programs to individuals living at or below poverty level.
YWCA, which until late last year carried the corporate name 'Young Women's Christian Association," launched its own brand awareness campaign.
The YWCA Equal Pay Awards team and partners, Coca-Cola Amatil NZ (CCANZ), Westpac New Zealand and EY, were impressed with the calibre of entries in 2015 "sending a clear message that New Zealand's progressive business communities are leading the way with ground breaking, gender inclusive initiatives and practices that ensure a level playing field for all New Zealand women".
The YWCA NH main office is located at 72 Concord Street, Manchester NH.
The award is named for Katharine Forbes Erskine, who twice served the YWCA as president, first in 1930 and again in 1960.
Wafaa Masri Minkara said she loved the YWCA and had been there before.
YWCA Bellingham, founded in 1907, has operated since 1915 at 1026 N.
Baby Gudiya was brought on May 10 by CWC with direction that YWCA may help the family and support her till the treatment is over and she is fit to go home.
Touted as "one of the largest association buildings in the west," for example, Oakland's Italian Renaissance-style YWCA building would be a "triumph of art" and could help the city in its efforts to emerge from the shadow of San Francisco.
She served as president of the Jerusalem YWCA and as a member of the national board of YWCA Jordan, the YWCA of Palestine and was vice-president of the World YWCA.
Our workers at YWCA have met and supported younger women who have suffered violence at their partners' homes or other accommodation and it is these women that are hardest to reach.
Dawn Edmiston-Strasser (University of Maryland) was one of eight honored by the YWCA of Greater Johnstown, Pa.