Ever wonder what kids think about when they decide to go to camp? We found out what some of campers are looking to get out of our camps this summer. We sure hope we live up to their great expectations!
Violence against women has become a master in disguise; it has made its way into our homes, schools and communities with many faces such as intimate partner violence, sexual assault, trafficking and harassment.
Win-Win Resolutions C.R.E.W. (CONFLICT RESOLUTION ENRICHMENT WORKSHOPS) is interactive programs that have been designed to reach pre-school, elementary, middle / high school students, and adults.
Youth Organizing & Services (YOS) Presents: TOUGH TALKS Series 1 YW Tough Talks is a series of parent engagement events to address the difficult conversations we need to have with our youth while building best practices and skills to keep lines of communication open. This series will have planned themes as well as open spaces…
Dr. Elliott explained that the Bags of Hope donated to the YWCA Greensboro Family Shelter were bought, filled and distributed by her students. The project was one of 125 service projects organized by A&T students, faculty and administrators to celebrate the university’s 125th year since its founding.
The YWCA Greensboro is working with our community to fulfill the mission of the YWCA: Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. We can have social justice in our community and make it a better place for all. Everyday YWCA Greensboro changes the lives of women, children and families…
When it comes to our children’s health, nothing is more important. Shaping public policy to promote and protect the well being of our young people is vital to the community.
Read an article that ran in the Guilford College newspaper, The Guilfordian, about YWCA’s efforts to Stand Against Racism.
On Sept. 15, 2016, amid board and campaign leaders, staff, friends and supporters, the YWCA Greensboro officially unveiled the name on its newly renovated building on 1807 E. Wendover Avenue: Shirley T. Frye YWCA Greensboro.