14th Annual YWCA of Bucks County Breakfast for Women by Women
Posted by on September 22, 2006
As a friend and supporter of the YWCA of Bucks County, we are writing to invite you to join us at the 14th Annual YWCA of Bucks County Breakfast for Women by Women on Thursday November 9th. We hope you will share your enthusiasm for the YWCA by inviting friends, family, and associates to accompany you.
This annual event provides both women and men from Bucks County the opportunity to learn about YWCA programs, network with peers, make new contacts as well as support the YWCA?s role in making a difference in our community. Once again, YWCA program participants will share their personal stories of the impact YWCA services have had on their lives.
For 52 years, the YWCA has provided a wide and comprehensive array of social service programs to support disadvantaged and vulnerable populations directly in the neighborhoods where they live. By providing Youth Services programs, YWCA Family Centers, and Self-Sufficiency programs to over 3,000 children and 2,800 families, YWCA donors and supporters are helping create a stronger Bucks County for all.
We hope we can count on your support of the YWCA of Bucks County. We look forward to seeing you, and a group of your friends and associates on November 9th! Please feel free to copy and share our invitation and return the registration form by October 20th, with names of those who will be joining you for the Breakfast.
To obtain more information and to register, contact:
Professor Joan R. Weiss
Bucks County Community College
Penn Hall 418
275 Swamp Road
Newtown, PA 18940
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