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Thank YOU for your generosity and compassion!

While YWCA Hartford Region offices and programs are closed due to COVID-19, we continue to provide critical services to residents in our emergency shelter and supportive housing programs. Your donation will ensure everyone continues to get the care they need!

Your gift makes it possible for YWCA Hartford Region to provide programs and services that transform the lives of women, young girls and families throughout the community. Your support today helps plant the seeds for a better tomorrow!

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Thank you for creating more positive change in 2020!

Unfortunately, there are still many women with families in the Hartford Region struggling to find jobs with wages that keep pace with the cost of living. Achieving financial security has grown harder and finding resources even more challenging. 

  • When Samantha came to the YWCA Hartford Region's Emergency Shelter for Women, she found the safety, medical and mental health services, and funding needed to secure temporary housing and intensive case-management services. With assistance she is emotionally stronger and on her way to living independently. 

  • This year Audrey, a single working mother, received career and academic counseling through our YW Career Women program. After graduating college with honors, she found employment as a registered nurse at Manchester Memorial Hospital. 

  • With guidance from Young Women’s Leadership Corps program leaders, twin sisters Maryann and Saarah developed their talents, skills and a life plan to achieve their dreams. Now enrolled as freshmen at the University of Connecticut, they are taking steps towards that bright future. 

  • Enrolled at YWCA Elmwood Learning Center, one year-old Nicholas has an individualized learning plan his foster mom feels is giving him a great early start. 

Thank you for helping women, girls and families develop the social, emotional and financial skills needed to be happy, successful and independent.

You are a shining light. Together we’re unlimited! 

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