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YWCA Columbus to Launch 21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge

Thursday, February 4, 2021

Press Release – February 4, 2021 YWCA Columbus will be launching their 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge on March 1st, 2021 as part of a national movement to engage communities in anti-racist work. Participants receive a daily email directing them to 3-4 curated activities such as; reading an article, listening to a… Continue Reading YWCA Columbus to Launch 21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge

YWCA Columbus Submits Written Testimony for the Columbus City Council hearing on Reimagining Public Safety

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

YWCA Columbus  |  Statement  |  YWCA Columbus submitted written testimony for the Columbus City Council hearing on Reimagining Public Safety. You can view our statement below as well as additional resources and information about the shooting of Casey Goodson: WRITTEN TESTIMONY FOR REIMAGINING PUBLIC SAFETY SUBMITTED BY LALITHA PAMIDIGANTAM, POLICY ANALYST  YWCA COLUMBUS   BEFORE… Continue Reading YWCA Columbus Submits Written Testimony for the Columbus City Council hearing on Reimagining Public Safety

YWCA Columbus Welcomes Three New Leaders as Chief Advancement and Engagement Officer, Managing Director of Education and Managing Director of Housing

Monday, December 7, 2020

Columbus, Ohio, December 7, 2020 – YWCA Columbus is proud to announce three new leaders: Sabrina Horton, Chief Advancement and Engagement Officer; Steve Stevenson, Managing Director of Housing; and Nichelle Harris, Managing Director of Education. Sabrina Horton joined YWCA Columbus’ Senior Leadership Team as Chief Advancement and Engagement Officer in November. Sabrina oversees advancement, donor… Continue Reading YWCA Columbus Welcomes Three New Leaders as Chief Advancement and Engagement Officer, Managing Director of Education and Managing Director of Housing

Nonprofits face uphill battle against COVID-19 despite ‘season of giving’ in sight

Thursday, November 12, 2020

10TV | Video Segment | As 2020 comes to end, it is clear that there are many people in need now who may not have been before the pandemic hit central Ohio. That fact is evident in the sheer weight being carried by local nonprofits. In a survey by the Human Service Chamber of Franklin… Continue Reading Nonprofits face uphill battle against COVID-19 despite ‘season of giving’ in sight