Prom season is just around the corner, and thanks to My Sister’s Closet, Collage Designer Consignment and radio station 99.5 The Vibe, high school girls from all over Jefferson and Shelby counties, who otherwise might not be able to afford a prom dress, were able to find the perfect gown, at little to no cost for their special night.
Rebecca Harkless is a second year AmeriCorps member serving in the YW
Retiring after 34 years as CEO of YWCA Central Alabama, Suzanne Durham was recently presented with the “Woman of Vision” award at the 2014 Momentum Conference. Durham was honored for her dedication and perseverance in making the YWCA Central Alabama one of the most successful nonprofits in the area. Durham was honored along with other extraordinary Alabama women: the “Woman of Courage,” Jan Davis; “Woman of Leadership,” Dr. Deborah E. Barnhart; “Woman of Impact,” Mona N.
Last week the YWCA held its seventh annual KIDS (Kids In Distress) Korner luncheon on Thursday, February 20, 2014, at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center. The luncheon, themed “Love an Angel,” was in support of KIDS Korner, the YWCA’s child care program for children of homeless families. At this year’s luncheon, over 50 wonderful YW women invited over 400 of their friends, family, co-workers and neighbors to the KIDS Korner Luncheon for a day of fundraising for the YWCA’s little “angels.”