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YWCA Cambridge Celebrates 75 Years

This past October, YWCA Cambridge turned 75. That’s 75 years of providing programs and services that respond to the changing needs of women and girls in our community. That’s 75 years of working to move the needle on gender equity through advocacy, coalition-building, events, delegations to municipal and regional councils,

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YWCA Takes Advocacy on Women’s Homelessness to Ottawa

At the beginning of October, YWCA Cambridge joined YWCAs from across Canada in Ottawa for YWCA Canada’s annual Day on The Hill. This day is about harnessing the collective power of the YWCA movement to advocate at the federal level on issues impacting women, girls and gender diverse individuals. This

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Galt staple, WIGG, returns with a pop-up shop this September

CAMBRIDGE – A favourite women’s apparel and accessory boutique which closed its brick and mortar shop in March 2023 will return to Galt for a three-day pop-up shop featuring appearances by style icon, Lynn Spence. Women’s International Gift & Gallery – or, WIGG – a social enterprise operated by YWCA

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YWCA Cambridge Ready to Lace Up For 14th Annual Walk A Mile Fundraiser

YWCA Cambridge’s annual walk to end gender-based violence (GBV) returns for its fourteenth run Saturday, October 14 in downtown Galt.

Walk A Mile in Their Shoes is a walk to raise awareness of and end gender-based violence by raising funds to support YWCA Cambridge’s free violence prevention programming with girls

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OTF Grant Enables YWCA Cambridge to Think Bigger

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn $124,200 OTF Grant Enables YWCA Cambridge to Think Bigger Cambridge, ON – On August 8,  Cambridge MPP Brian Riddell met with YWCA Cambridge staff and leadership to learn more about the $124,200 Resilient Communities grant awarded to the organization by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) that was

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