YWCA New Britain to Hold 108th Annual Meeting

YWCA New Britain’s 108th Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at The Back Nine Tavern at Stanley Golf Course in New Britain. There will be a business meeting portion where members will vote on the slate of board of directors, and learn more

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Why You Should Volunteer with YWCA Childcare

by Michele Eathorne There are many reasons a person might think about volunteering, maybe they have some more time on their hands or are looking to find a way to give back to their community. Did you know there are real proven benefits of volunteering, below are just a few: 

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United Way Day of Caring Comes to YWCA New Britain

By Shaunna Cullen The United Way Day of Caring offers people and businesses the opportunity to volunteer at non-profit agencies in the community. While United Way promotes community service volunteer efforts year-round, this day brings hundreds of people together to make a difference in the community. Last fall, YWCA New

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YWCA Celebrates Growth and Honors Volunteers at Annual Meeting

By Shaunna Cullen The 107th Annual Meeting of YWCA New Britain was held in June at the Back Nine Tavern in New Britain.  The meeting gathered together staff, volunteers, board members and friends to celebrate YWCA's successes in 2016.  Every year at the Annual Meeting we recognize outstanding volunteers and

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Is Counselor Advocate Training Class Right For You?

By Liz Halla-Mattingly “CAT class made me finally find my passion in life. I always wanted to help women and after a few bumps in the road and deciding OB/GYN was not for me, CAT class showed me the way. Not only that but the credentials that come with CAT

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A Day in the Life of a Sexual Assault Crisis Service Volunteer

By Christine Cherrone I've been a volunteer at YWCA New Britain’s Sexual Assault Crisis Service (SACS) for about a year and a half. I originally got involved through a friend on the staff. I had heard all about her experiences but until my first hospital call, I had no real

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