Hurricane Ida Hunger Relief

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Hurricane Ida Hunger Relief

Friday, January 14, 2022

The devastation from Hurricane Ida in September displaced more than 436 individuals in 208 households in Montgomery County. YWCA Tri-County Area is one of many community-based organizations working together with Montgomery County to help families recover from the wind and water damage the storm caused. Community Relief YW’s Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise food service… Continue Reading Hurricane Ida Hunger Relief

Child Tax Credit Assistance

Friday, January 14, 2022

Families have until November 15 to apply for the increased federal Child Tax Credit for 2021. Program Assistance YWCA Tri-County Area and the Dignified Advancement Workforce Navigation (DAWN) program offer assistance to families applying for the Child Tax Credit, part of the American Rescue Plan. The credit provides up to $300/month per child younger than… Continue Reading Child Tax Credit Assistance

Val Arkoosh Visits the Early Education Center

Friday, January 14, 2022

Challenges in operating early education programs and child care centers during the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt nationally as well as locally. YWCA Tri-County Area’s Early Education Center in Pottstown has multiple openings both for staff and for children, mirroring a national trend. Montgomery County Commissioner Val Arkoosh dropped into YWCA Tri-County Area’s Early Education… Continue Reading Val Arkoosh Visits the Early Education Center

20 Latina Trailblazers Who Are Reshaping U.S. History for All Womxn

Thursday, October 15, 2020

October 14, 2020 During this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, YWCA USA is thrilled to highlight these Latina trailblazers for their groundbreaking contributions in the fields of advocacy, civil rights, legal, media, science and sports. After learning more about them, make sure to follow them to stay up to date on how they continue to pave… Continue Reading 20 Latina Trailblazers Who Are Reshaping U.S. History for All Womxn