Young Womens Christian Association

aka YWCA York   |   York, PA   |  www.ywcayork.org

Mission

To work proactively and collaboratively to provide programs that promote racial justice, empower women, eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of violence; and strengthen our community.

Ruling year info

1942

Principal Officer

Roberta Geidner

Main address

320 East Market Street

York, PA 17403 USA

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EIN

23-1360889

NTEE code info

YMCA, YWCA, YWHA, YMHA (P27)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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Child Care

YWCA York has Early Learning Centers in three locations (two in York, one in Manchester), with the capacity to serve over 600 children.  The centers are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and maintain Four Keystone STARS (the highest ranking).  The learning centers provide top quality child care to toddlers, teaching them the skills they need to excel in school.  In addition, School Age Child Care is also provided before and after school to assist working parents.

Population(s) Served

YWCA York's fitness and aquatics programs address the health and wellness needs of the York community through physical fitness programs and health education initiatives.  Services include a access to fitness center and pool, fitness classes, and several youth program initiatives (including Girls on the Run and the Synchronettes).

Population(s) Served

YWCA York offers two distinct youth programs.  They are the Quantum Opportunities Program (or QOP) and Temple Guard.  QOP is a dropout prevention program that seeks to increase the graduation rate and enrollment in postsecondary education among at-risk York City high school students.  Temple Guard is a mentoring program based on discipline and focus that trains youth in grades K-12 in military style boot camp marching and dance.

Population(s) Served

YWCA York provides the following services to victims of violence:  two shelters, two transitional housing programs, individual/group counseling, legal advocacy and medical advocacy.  This comprehensive approach to providing victim services is the result of mergers with two prominent York County agencies:  ACCESS-York and the Victim Assistance Center.

Population(s) Served

YWCA York's Community Renaissance Project aims to improve the social, economic, and physical conditions of the Olde Towne East neighborhood of York, Pennsylvania.  Olde Towne East is an 18-block area that was suffering from crime, deteriorating physical conditions, and increased economic and social needs of its residents.  Project goals are targeted at rehabilitating blighted and abandoned housing, beautifying the neighborhood, creating safe and public areas to play and meet, maintaining a Community Resource Center, boosting the educational attainment of young residents, increasing the economic incentives to open businesses in the neighborhood, increasing the level of homeownership, and decreasing the rate of crime.

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Accreditations


Since 2006

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) - 5 Year Accreditation 2010

Financials

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Young Womens Christian Association

Board of directors
as of 6/2/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mieke Walsh Driscoll

CGA Law

Mieke Walsh Driscoll

CGA Law

Romana Li

Volunteer

John Klinedinst

C.S. Davidson

Brenda Brinkman

Fashion Retail Consultant

Rachel Scarpato

SF & Company

Dawn Paul

PeoplesBank

Mary Chambers

WellSpan

Debra Dixon

York Traditions

Julie Felpel

SF & Company

Michael Heine

Fulton Bank

Brad Kostelich

Wolf Organization

Michelle Pokrifka

CGA Law

Delma Rivera-Lytle

Central York School District

Leslie Saffin

Dentsply

Andrew Seebold

WellSpan

Keith Wentz

Volunteer

Josephine Appell

Volunteer & Emeritus