pic of Dana Wilson, Development Officer at the PMUA fair (as shown on the Plaintalker 2 blog).
YWCA Afterschool Registration: Please click here to download the 2013-14 application http://ow.ly/omqYx
JOB POSTINGS: The YWCA of Central NJ in Plainfield is hiring for the following part-time positions: After School Mentors, Certified Pool Operator, Bus Drivers, and Life Guards. Applicants must pass a background check. Bus Drivers also need a CDL license with an “S” endorsement. Please send your resume to Gloria Garretson, HR Department, via E-mail at email@example.com or fax to 908-756-8909. For more information about the YWCA of CNJ, visit our website at http://www.ywcacnj.org
YWCA of Central NJ, Presents 1st Annual
‘’Father & Daughter Dance’’
When: Friday, June 14th,2013
Place: YWCA, 232 East Front St, Plainfield, NJ 07060
Price: $35.00 (Father & Daughter)(4 & up)
($10.00 each additional Daughter)
Music, Food, Contests & More
Come and enjoy a ‘’Night to Remember’’
For more information contact Shawntai Gomez
@ (908)-756-3500 ext 112
Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
April 17, 2013
Robin Scullin (202-835-2358); email@example.com
James Grant (917-626-1300); firstname.lastname@example.org
YWCA USA Calls for Fair, Comprehensive Immigration Reform for Women and Children
Washington, D.C. ― As one of the nation’s oldest and largest women’s organization, serving more than two million clients including immigrant women, girls and their families in over 1,300 locations across the country, the YWCA commends the United States Senate for initiating the critical process of passing comprehensive immigration reform.
“The YWCA is committed to a U.S. immigration policy that keeps families together and protects immigrant women,” states Dara Richardson-Heron, M.D., CEO of the YWCA USA. Richardson-Heron adds, “With this important first step, we encourage Congress to adopt a commonsense immigration reform policy that advances safety, security and opportunities for immigrant women, girls and their families.”
Desiree Hoffman, Director of Advocacy and Policy at the YWCA USA, states, “With our long history of fighting for racial justice and civil rights, the YWCA is hopeful that Congress will not forget the 11 million individuals living in the shadows, who dream of earning a pathway to citizenship.”
Hoffman adds, “Moreover, as the largest provider of domestic violence services in the U.S., we urge Congress to pass immigration reform that protects immigrant women who are victims of sexual violence and trafficking.”
YWCAs across the country are calling on legislators to pass bi-partisan immigration legislation that is mindful of the unique needs of women and addresses the economic security, health and education of immigrant populations served by our 230 local associations every day.
For more information on the YWCA’s legislative work and priorities on immigration reform, visit YWCA.org.
About the YWCA USA
The YWCA is the voice for every woman. For more than 150 years, the YWCA has spoken out and taken action on behalf of women and girls. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Over 2 million people participate each year in YWCA programs at more than 1,300 locations across the U.S.