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YWCA’s Resource Center remains a beacon in time of crisis

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As communities feel stress over health, as well as financial pain, during the COVID-19 pandemic, women and people of color are especially impacted by the virus and its socioeconomic effects.

At YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, our Resource Center remains open in a remote capacity, continuing to offer emergency and empowerment grants and other critical services. We’ve teamed with United Way, Allegheny County and local food pantries to fill a need for emergency food deliveries to homebound people.

During this period of uncertainty and fear, remember there is hope. You can help support struggling families and the YWCA’s mission by donating here.

– Angela Reynolds, CEO, YWCA Greater Pittsburgh

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