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YWCA Receives Healing Art Grant From Indiana Arts Commission

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

For Immediate Release Contact Tracy Hurd 765-427-4119 YWCA Greater Lafayette is among the recipients of $2.8 million in grants approved by the Indiana Arts Commission and announced Monday morning. for community-based arts projects. The grants allocate state and federal funds to support organizations and projects in 2021. The award of $2,910 to YWCA Greater Lafayette… Continue Reading YWCA Receives Healing Art Grant From Indiana Arts Commission

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YWCA Greater Lafayette Receives Grant from Google.org to Empower Women and Underserved Americans

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

For Immediate Release Contact Tracy Hurd 765-427-4119 YWCA Greater Lafayette has received a grant to implement its Empowerment Suits You program for the local community as part of Google.org’s $5 million-dollar commitment to YWCA USA.  YWCA Greater Lafayette is proud to be a member of the inaugural cohort of grantees at 12 local associations in… Continue Reading YWCA Greater Lafayette Receives Grant from Google.org to Empower Women and Underserved Americans

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Closing the Gap: Stories and Strategies for Creating an Inclusive Healthcare Culture

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Join YWCA Greater Lafayette, Purdue Center for Cancer Research and Indiana Minority Health Coalition of Tippecanoe County for a candid conversation to shine a light in inequalities in healthcare experiences. We will hear stories from real patients, and discuss how everyday interactions contribute to the bigger picture of disparities in health outcomes along racial, social,… Continue Reading Closing the Gap: Stories and Strategies for Creating an Inclusive Healthcare Culture

Network Luncheon: September 2018

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Obesity is a leading health concern in the United States. For many individuals, following the long-prescribed low-fat diet recommendations haven’t provided much success. Our September Network Luncheon, presented by Dr. Tamara Hazbun, Department Chair of Medically Supervised Weight Loss at IU Health Arnett, will focus on the health benefits of choosing a low carbohydrate diet.… Continue Reading Network Luncheon: September 2018