YWCA


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YWCA

abbr.
Young Women's Christian Association

YWCA

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) Young Women's Christian Association

YWCA

or Y.W.C.A.,

Young Women's Christian Association.
Translations

YWCA

[ˌwaɪdʌbəljuːsiːˈeɪ] n abbr (=Young Women's Christian Association) → UCJF(= union chrétienne de jeunes filles)

YWCA

abbr of Young Women’s Christian AssociationCVJF m
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Kate Volarath, a longtime YWCA Elgin supporter and owner of Salon Anovin, says, "Several years ago a very good friend of mine and fellow board member of the Multicultural Education Outreach Foundation (MEOF), Aloun Khotisene, introduced me to the YWCA Elgin.
Hamiltons YWCA received over $150,000 through the Opportunities Fund (OF) for Persons with Disabilities.
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YWCA Auckland CEO, Monica Briggs, says the widening pay gap builds an even stronger case for businesses to prioritise equal pay within their organisations.
The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people.
Nominees must show a commitment to the YWCA mission -- to empower women and girls and eliminate racism -- and meet the following criteria:
With around 200 volunteers, in addition to a team of 40 members of staff, YWCA boasts a technical college, a hostel for girls, a center for women in crisis, a cultural center and multiple community outreach activities.
Leaders of YWCA Bellingham helped launch Womencare Shelter in 1979 and staff members of both organizations have collaborated since then, according to Mary Harrington, president of YWCA Bellingham's board.
Teresa Paul, president, YWCA said Gudiya was treated like a ' Gudiya' when she came to the YWCA home and it was only due to adequate care provided by the hostel that she could be operated early.
The YWCA of Seattle, King and Snohomish Counties has operated the Pathways for Women family shelter in Lynnwood for nearly 18 years and has operated transitional housing properties in Snohomish County for nearly 30 years.
In 1918, for example, the national board of the YWCA donated $20,000 from its War Work Council funds to build a recreation center in Vallejo.
Professor Nuzhat William of YWCA also addressed the gathering and said that her organization will take all out efforts to provide maximum possible facilities to flood affected people of the province.