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YWCA Central Carolinas is excited to share the progress we’ve made on our project to develop 104 units of affordable housing on Park Road in a thriving Charlotte neighborhood.
Dear YWCA Family, Our hearts are heavy this week. We face the reality of an insurrection that struck at the very core of our democracy.
On Thursday, October 8 at 12:30pm, join CapTech and YWCA Central Carolinas for our YWomenVote: A Non-Partisan Conversation on Health panel discussion. Our panelists include Caitlin Lowry of YWCA USA
Voting is right that hundreds of thousands before us have fought for. Don’t let their hard work go to waste by sitting out this election. Use your voice and impact the community, hold representatives accountable and work toward the future you want to see.
On Thursday, September 10 at 12:30pm, join CapTech and YWCA Central Carolinas for our YWomenVote: A Non-Partisan Conversation on Safety panel discussion. Our panelists include
YWCA Central Carolinas has proudly done Racial Justice & Advocacy work in the Charlotte community for 118 years and counting! With our programs, events, and advocacy there’s
Meet our panelists and moderator for the YWomenVote: A Non-Partisan Conversation on Economic Security discussion.
Understand that we all have ways we can grow in the work to advocate and work for a brighter future. Be patient with yourself and with others, and use the resources that you have.
Taking a stand against racism is something we can each do every single day. How are you taking a stand?
YWCA’s annual Stand Against Racism events aim to strengthen community among those that work toward racial and social justice within Charlotte. The theme of our
COVID-19 continues to impact loved ones, healthcare workers, service industry workers, children and our entire system. It’s impact challenges everyone to become creative, resourceful and