Corporate Partners

Bold Mission. Bright Future.

Making It Possible

We could not do our important work in York without the support of our community partners.

We are proud to partner with corporations, foundations, and organizations to help further our mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for ALL. Their support empowers individuals, strengthens families, and fosters a thriving community.

Thank you for investing in the lives of those we serve.

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children receive high quality education each year through our programs.


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of our QOP graduates have successfully entered college or the military since 2010.


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shelter nights are provided each year to help victims and their children find safety.

Meet Our Partners

Corporate Sponsors

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Interested in Being A Corporate Sponsor?

You can be part of the change in York.

When you support our organization, we commit to doing the same for you. YWCA York sponsorship opportunities provide an array of benefits to promote your brand to the more than 28,000 community members we serve. Our partners are recognized through event t-shirts, program advertisements, social media, and more!

Our Work

Making an Impact

It was his freshman year of high school when Juan was referred to our Quantum Opportunities Program by his School Guidance Counselor.
Juan was in jeopardy of failing three of his classes and was barely passing the rest. Juan’s parents both worked second shift, and he was caring for his younger siblings, which took a lot of time away from his studies and homework.
Juan enrolled in QOP and slowly started getting on track in his classes. After 6 months in the program, he was passing all of his classes with a C average and a 2.2 GPA. During his Sophomore year, Juan’s grades really picked up, and he was so excited to get the report card incentive of $150.00 during his 3rd term for his grades. His GPA had risen to 3.1, and he was thinking seriously about higher education.
Juan, who is in his Junior year, still actively participates in QOP. He maintains his improved GPA and has begun applying to colleges.
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