YWCA News

Click here to request that Attorney General George Jepsen investigate backpage.com. On January 9, a co-signed letter from seven prominent organizations that are fighting against human trafficking –...
Due to inclement weather, YWCA Greenwich preschool/after-school/youth programs are canceled for Friday, January 5.  The building will open at 8 a.m. for adult fitness and group exercise classes. Stay...
On Thursday, January 11, YWCA Greenwich will host a provocative discussion about the fight to end human trafficking, charge abusers with crimes, and provide support for victims. Thirty local non-...
YWCA Greenwich is starting off the New Year with a variety of exciting new programs for youth fitness. The Winter/Spring programs begin in January. Registration is open now, and the YWCA is currently...
YWCA Greenwich 2018 BRAVA Awards Honorees will be celebrated at a luncheon on Friday, January 19, at the Hyatt Regency, Greenwich, beginning at 11:30 am. Established in 1977, YWCA Greenwich BRAVA...
YWCA Greenwich:  While the revelations about high-profile workplace sexual harassment and assault continue to dominate the headlines, many are not shocked as they read about the horrible behaviors of...
Greenwich, CT, November 7, 2017:  On October 2, First Selectman Peter Tesei read a proclamation designating October as Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention month. The event at Greenwich Town...
YWCA Greenwich and the First Selectman's Diversity Advisory Committee will host a community discussion on immigration at YWCA Greenwich. The event is free and open to the public.     
The YWCA Greenwich FY 2017 Annual Progress Report is available online or in print. To view the report online go to:http://www.ywcagreenwich.org/annual-progress-report Hardcopies are available at the...
Friday, October 20, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm: YWCA Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services will host a community discussion to explore the myths and facts about domestic violence. YWCA staff will talk about how...

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