YWCA Columbus is committed to eliminating racism and empowering women through programs and advocacy; provides 24-hour services and emergency shelter for homeless families in Franklin County, permanent, supportive housing for homeless women and housing for low-income women; child-care for preschool-aged children, school-based child care, youth social development programs, summer camps; racial justice education and training.
At United Way of Central Ohio, we rally people around a shared sense of purpose: To bring positive change to our local community. Because together, we have the power to make a bigger difference than we ever could individually.
Our partnership with agencies, like YWCA, create positive change in the lives of people like Tea.
To learn more about United Way of Central Ohio, YWCA or our many other community partners and initiatives, visit liveunitedcentralohio.org