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YWCA offering childcare for essential business employees

The YWCA Lower Cape Fear is opening its Early Education and Youth Enrichment Program for healthcare workers, first responders, grocery store workers, and other essential employees.

YWCA hosting Potluck for Peace pizza party

This week you can join in the conversation and open dialogue on the issue of racism and prejudice at the YWCA Lower Cape Fear Potluck for Peace. 

Ninth annual Stand Against Racism draws hundreds in Wilmington

For the ninth consecutive year, the Lower Cape Fear YWCA participated in a national event along with 450 other chapters.

YWCA to host 34th Annual Women of Achievement Awards

The YWCA Lower Cape Fear will be hosting the 34th Annual Women of Achievement Awards next month.

YWCA hosts ‘Potluck for Peace’ during Stand Against Racism Week

Stand Against Racism Week kicked off with fellowship, a message and good food.

YWCA Lower Cape Fear kicks off Stand Against Racism Week

Tuesday marks the 104th birthday of the YWCA Lower Cape Fear.

YWCA hosts 33rd annual Women of Achievement Awards

Wednesday is International Women's Day, and in the Port City the YWCA Lower Cape Fear hosted the 33rd annual Women of Achievement Awards.

Humpday Health: Northside community health kick-off next week

New Hanover Regional Medical Center is partnering with other organizations to help Wilmington's Northside community.

Potluck for Peace hopes to bring change to the community

Community members in Wilmington came out Thursday night for food and conversation.

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