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YWCA Bucks County Celebrates Women's History Month
As part of our celebration, we will highlight in our social media, women in history that have made a difference in the United States. In addition, we will be highlighting programs that empower women, like Women's Circle.
Women Participate of Women's Circle
Throughout the year the YWCA Bucks County will provide Women's Circle programs in our family centers.

Women’s Circle  is a structured, culturally responsible program for women.

Topics include Being a Well Woman, Identity and Relationships. Discussion groups focus on holistic health, wellness, drug and alcohol prevention and self-discovery.

For more information contact
Sandy Blitzstein at or call 215-953-7793 x 114
Pictured: Women of Creekside Family Center: Family Center Coordinator Rowayda Jaaf, provides the Women Circle Program in Creekside Family Center.
Today Inc. Donates $10,000 to our Girl's Circle Program
Thank you to Today Inc. for supporting the YWCA Bucks County’s Girl's Circle Program by providing a $10,000 grant. We’re extremely grateful for the support!

Girl's Circle is a structured support group for girls that allows them to foster self-esteem, maintain authentic connection with peers and adult women in their community, counter trends toward self-doubt, and provides a safe and nurturing place for genuine self-expression through verbal sharing and creative activity.

For more information contact Ashli Servis at or call 215-953-7793
Important Dates:
28th Annual Salute to Women Who Make A Difference
Buy your tickets today!

This years event will take place on May 16, 2019
at Spring Mill Manor, in Ivyland, PA.  

Sponsorship opportunities are available

Camp Cares
Starts June 24, 2019
A traditional camp experience with community service learning opportunities.

Starting: June 24th- August 16th
*Camp Closed on July 4th and July 5th

From 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Before/After Care available

For more information about
Camp Cares, visit here:

You can call or email our Youth Services Manager Kristine Visco at:
215-953-7793 Ext. 115 or
Success Story: Barnes & Noble Book Fair
Reading to End Racism Book Fair

Barnes & Noble joined YWCA Staff and community members on February 23, 2019 at the Barnes and Nobles in the Neshaminy Mall for a day full of activities centered on our Reading to End Racism program.

We featured Award-Winning Author Pamela Tuck , who read and even signed her book "As Fast As Words Could Fly.' The story is an inspiring testament to the power of hard work, determination and belief in yourself to overcome life's challenges.

Pamela also took the time to teach the children how to use a manual typewriter. The typewriter she brought to the book fair was her fathers' of whom the story in her book was about.

We had a program full of fun activities including an African dance performed by Afro-1 dance group directed by a former YWCA program participant, Ashaunti. The Sing Along Princesses read and took pictures with the children as well.

Funds raised through the book fair support the work of YWCA Bucks County.

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