Today, we are asking you to please consider supporting the YWCA and our exceptional employees who have helped to keep our mission alive. We need your support to ensure we can continue to provide high-quality childcare as well as the full range of services the YWCA is known for and proud to provide.
The YWCA Greater Newburyport is happy to be partnering again with Newburyport Youth Services (NYS) on the Family to Family Holiday program. Please consider fulfilling a family’s wishes by either becoming an Elf or perhaps you know a family who might benefit from this program.
Join us in benefitting YWCA Newburyport and the Newburyport Youth Soccer Association at the 1st Annual Newburyport Fall Half taking place on Sunday, November 7, 2021, at Cashman Park, Newburyport, MA starting at 8:30 a.m.
Please help us bring our YWCA Hillside project to fruition so we can make affordable, sustainable housing available to those in need! Because of the pandemic, this project faced some delays and has now outgrown our funding for it.
Join us for a virtual regional forum in support of H. 3157/S. 2077 to learn why Public Boards and Commissions are so important, why we need parity, and how to help us achieve it.
We are pleased to announce that our long-awaited project, YWCA at Hillside, is now accepting applications for affordable housing.
Ramona Harvey Preston, fondly known as “Miss Ramona” throughout the after-school program, is a remarkable example of empowerment! Her endeavors are to be admired from her career as a software engineer to her dancing abilities.
The City’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Alliance has contracted with Essential Partners to host a series of three community dialogues. The purpose of the dialogues is to create a safe space where all voices can be heard.
On April 20, 2021, Derek Chauvin was convicted of third-degree murder, second-degree unintentional murder, and second-degree manslaughter. Among activists, the feeling was of relief but not closure. Although it was the right decision, it was just one decision. Hundreds of families affected by police violence never receive an acknowledgment of wrongdoing, let alone reparation of harm. The trial could not possibly bring about justice for Black America. A year after George Floyd’s murder, we ask ourselves, how far have we really come in our pursuit of a world where no more lives are lost as tragically, senselessly, and unjustly as Floyd’s?
YWCA is pleased to announce that our long-awaited project, YWCA at Hillside, is now accepting applications for affordable housing.