Advocacy, Inclusion and Public Policy
YWCA Greater Cleveland is. . . . . Advocacy
On November 21, 1868 the YWCA Greater Cleveland opened its doors, advocating for housing, education, training and jobs for women or those migrating to the city looking for a better life. From being the founder of homes for the homeless, to building gymnasiums for girls, to speaking on behalf of everyone’s civil rights, YWCA Greater Cleveland has been a leader in not only justice, but an advocate for hope!
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