Here's what's happening at the YWCA
Barnes and Nobles Recap: 

On Saturday February 24, 2018 we hosted our Reading to End Racism program from the Barnes and Nobles in the Neshaminy Mall. It was an awesome day filled with fun; check out the highlights below. 

Award Winning Author, Sheila Hamanaka  delivered an 
exceptional reading of "All the  Colors of the Earth" 

Prin cesses' Elena and Moana sang and provided entertainment for all of the kids

Scavenger hunts and activity stations throughout the store 

An adult discussion group on racism and how to eliminate it in our community 

For more information on programs and services or how to get involved visit our website at
YWCA Bucks County introduces Rapid Rehousing

We're very excited to introduce Rapid Rehousing as a new service provided by the YWCA. Rapid Rehousing is an intervention designed to help individuals and families quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing. This transitional housing program provides women and children with rental assistance, intensive case management and a full network of support services.

For more information on this program contact Caitlyn Roberts, Family Support Services Manager at or at 215-953-7793 x 118

Salute to Women 2018!

Nominations are officially closed for Salute to Women,Who Make a Difference. Final honorees will be announced on March 16, 2018.

We're on the hunt for sponsors!  Interested in sponsoring or placing an ad in our program book ? Click here for more info rm ation!  

Introducing  video shout outs and special messages in our program book. This new feature allows you to either send us a 10 second video honoring a women in your life to be played at the event or include a special message writtenin our program book.

Pricing and information included here
Stand Against Racism 2018

Mark your calendars: This year the Stand Against Racism will be held on April 27, 2018 at the James Lorah Auditorium in Doylestown.

This year's theme is "Our Power, Our Mission, Our Future." Voting rights and civic engagement are, and have always been, core components of racial                                                                justice work. More Details to follow.

To join us as an advocate for social justice and/or become a fundraiser to help raise money to support racial justice work in Bucks County click here

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