Our Pack ‘n Play Initiative is an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of co-sleeping. There are dangers of having your baby sleep with you, including accidents and infant…
Passion to Purse Member: Mona Lisa McCorkle
Mona Lisa McCorkle, M.S. is a graduate of our Passion to Purse Program and founded School of Thought which is a training and consulting organization. School of Thought, LLC believes that greatness begins with a thought!
This important new documentary highlights racial health disparities and why the maternal mortality rates are so high especially among women of color. After the screening a panel of experts from Greensboro will discuss the various impacts maternal and infant mortality have on our communities.
Healthy Beginnings staff members Monika, Jackie and Deb took part in the 5th Annual Guilford County Coalition On Infant Mortality’s “Walk to Remember” on September 21. The 46 empty strollers pushed around downtown Greensboro represented babies that passed away in Guilford County in 2017.
Passion to Purse Member: Mary Bryan-Stewart
PaleoLove Company – A company that creates “Momma’s Mammoth Munch” a grain-free granola, energy bites, cookies, brownies and specialty donuts that are sold at various markets and events in the Triad area.
Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017 Time: 10:00am – 11:30am Location: Shirley T. Frye YWCA – 1807 E Wendover Ave, Greensboro, NC 27405 Please join us as we share breakfast and…
Passion to Purse Member: Jaime Raymond
Business: All2Scrumptious Cakes – a home-style bakery creating custom cakes, cupcakes, and sweet treats.
Jamie is a recognized force on the High Point cake scene. She specializes in custom creations that are truly stunning.
It has been a joy to watch 20-plus boys and girls enjoy their day in the YWCA Social Justice Camp. We have been busy visiting museums, city hall, city and…
If you have a small business or an idea for a new venture we want to support you. Our Passion to Purse program will help you to either become an…
Camilia was recently featured in the Triad’s “Yes! Weekly” newspaper in their Local Talent section as “Camilia Majette – Handmade for a Cause.”