News & Updates

Longtime YWCA employee is still hooked on helping people 

THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

Tina Manns remembers when times were so tight that she sometimes used her own money to buy bread and milk for abused women staying in a shelter.

 

“Girls Night Out is such a tremendous help and we’ve had various grants and donations,” she said. “It’s truly wonderful to know what we can help women with now.”

 

Girls Night Out, the annual women-only fundraiser that benefits YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program, is set for 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 2 at Executive Air at Yeager Airport.

 

About 1,000 women all dressed in white are expected to attend the event called “Girls Night Out White Hot Soiree.”

 

Full story on charlestondailymail.com 

Photo: Craig Cunningham/Daily Mail

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Caitlyn Nelson tries on a white cocktail jacket donated for an auction at the YWCA’s annual Girls Night Out fundraiser. The YWCA held a party Wednesday for the sponsors and volunteers of this year’s event, to be held Aug. 2 at a private hangar at Executive Air at Yeager Airport.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014 -

CHIP ELLIS  |  The Charleston Gazette

Cathy Nutter | HOUSE OF LUXE

817 Quarrier Street

Town Center Marriott has limited

GNO Special Room Rates

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The Town Center Marriott in Charleston is joining with Girls Night Out by offering special room rates of $109.00 per night. Shuttle provided to and from event. You must book by 7/14/14 to receive group rate.

                      Book your room now! >>

 

Verizon Wireless, Girls Night Out raise money to help
build playground, gazebo for domestic violence shelter

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

Debbie Weinstein, YWCA executive director, accepts a check for $25,000 for Girls Night Out from Carolyn Phillips, associate director of Verizon Wireless West Virginia, and Clayton Wile, Verizon district manager, Wednesday evening at Executive Air at Yeager Airport in Charleston.

 

Photo: Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail

A company already known for its support of domestic violence survivors gave $25,000 Wednesday to benefit young victims.

 

Verizon Wireless presented the grant to the YWCA at Yeager Airport. The money will be used to build a playground for an emergency shelter in the region.
 

Full story on charlestondailymail.com 

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Photos from 2006-2012 can be found here!

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