914.949.6227 | www.ywcawpcw.org
Year established: 1929
Number of full-time employees: 69
Number of part-time employees: 91
Annual revenue: $8,618,020
Geographic service area: White Plains and Central Westchester
TOP FUNDING SOURCES:
Programs & Membership: 67%
Our mission is to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
The YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester, founded in 1929, is one of Westchester’s oldest, largest, and most accomplished social justice organizations. Our programs and advocacy improve the lives of women, children, and families through programs to increase emotional and economic self-sufficiency, from financial literacy to childcare and supportive housing. The YWCA’s Westchester Center for Racial Equity offers a vision for sustaining antiracist work throughout the County and provides community and resources for individuals and organizations committed to racial equity, racial justice, and antiracism.
The YWCA’s Lila Wallace Centre at 515 North Street offers NAEYC accredited childcare and early education, before and after-school care, aquatics, gymnastics, summer camps, health and fitness classes, and more. The YWCA’s Women’s Residence on North Broadway, the largest provider of supportive housing for women in New York State, provides safe, affordable housing and wraparound services for 193 women. Our Court Supervised Visitation program enables children to maintain healthy and positive relationships with non-custodial parents while ensuring safety for the children and the custodial parents. Learn more at https://ywcawpcw.org.
We rely upon the generosity of donors and we gratefully accept monetary donations, as well as material donations, such as supplies and technology. Corporate partnerships are welcomed. For information on how to support the YWCA, contact Amy Price, Chief Development Officer — by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 914.949.6227, x147.
Our volunteers are essential partners in helping the YWCA deliver programs and services throughout Westchester County, and the YWCA has a volunteer opportunity to fit your interests. We welcome individuals, families, businesses, corporations, and civic and religious groups. Use our online form at https://ywcawpcw.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer.
Andrea Foote, President
Astara N. Crews, Vice President
Anne Ross, Treasurer
Mary Leitner, Secretary
Gina Accordino, Esq.
Sahara Lake Tina Newsome-Lee, Esq.
Tiffany S.W. Hamilton, CEO
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