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Youth served by Magnified Giving led a project and chose to YWCA Dayton as a grant recipient.

Youth support YWCA Dayton through innovative grant

Friday, July 1, 2022

Students around the region showed their support for YWCA Dayton’s programs and services when they voted to give over $2,000 for our services and programs. The students were working with Cincinnati-based Magnified Giving, a nonprofit aimed at educating, inspiring, and engaging students in lifelong philanthropy. Magnified Giving grants groups of students grants and invites the… Continue Reading Youth support YWCA Dayton through innovative grant

YWCA Dayton issues statement on Supreme Court overturn of Roe v. Wade

Friday, June 24, 2022

Today, the Supreme Court issued the highly anticipated ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and overturned the landmark decision, Roe v. Wade. YWCA has boldly led, time and time again, to secure rights that are essential to the pursuit of gender and racial justice. The vision of YWCA is a world in which… Continue Reading YWCA Dayton issues statement on Supreme Court overturn of Roe v. Wade

YWCA to receive $500k for Huber Heights campus upgrades

Thursday, June 16, 2022

YWCA Dayton is set to receive $500,000 from the newly approved state capital budget, which will support its goal of transforming its new Huber Heights campus. The YWCA Dayton’s newest location was previously a state-operated residential facility for people with developmental disabilities, and was acquired two years ago from the State of Ohio. Since the… Continue Reading YWCA to receive $500k for Huber Heights campus upgrades

Beavercreek students help survivors, assemble aftercare kits

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

A group of Beavercreek students came together to support local survivors of sexual violence, putting together care packages to help survivors in the after math. After reporting a sexual assault, many survivors will receive a forensic exam. The exam is intense and can re-traumatize. After going to the hospital for an exam (also known as… Continue Reading Beavercreek students help survivors, assemble aftercare kits

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