Watching Children Bloom!

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Watching Children Bloom!

Friday, January 17, 2020

Phyllice Jackson compares children to “buds on a tree, and I love to see them bloom.” Jackson, who prefers to be called PJ, is a volunteer with YWCA Tri-County Area’s Foster Grandparents Program.  Foster Grandparents Program encourages adult volunteers 55 and older to stay active by helping children and youth in their communities. Volunteers are… Continue Reading Watching Children Bloom!

Instilling a Love of Learning

Friday, January 17, 2020

Regina Hauserman, or Miss Jeana as the children in the classroom call her, is relatively new to the Foster Grandparent Program, and currently serves at YWCA Tri-County Area’s Early Education Center in Pottstown. “Because of different circumstances I’m unable to work. Luckily, the Foster Grandparent Program doesn’t mind people with canes, so I’m able to… Continue Reading Instilling a Love of Learning

Seeking Presenters!

Monday, January 6, 2020

Health and wellness, leadership and life skills are on the table at YWCA Tri-County Area’s annual All.Girl! Leadership and Wellness Convention, open to girls grades 3-12. Girls are invited to attend the day-long series of workshops with presenters on Saturday, April 25, at Montgomery County Community College’s West Campus in Pottstown. YW is seeking dynamic… Continue Reading Seeking Presenters!

Youth On a Mission: Art with a Message

Thursday, December 12, 2019

YWCA Tri-County Area (YW3CA)’s Youth Empowerment Program sponsored the Third Annual Youth Art Contest in support of YWCA’s annual Week Without Violence campaign. Each October, YWCA associations across the country take part in Week Without Violence to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence. This year, YW3CA is focused on an issue closer… Continue Reading Youth On a Mission: Art with a Message