Ways to Give
The YWCA is the oldest and largest autonomous women’s movement in the world. As a voluntary organization, the YWCA depends upon its membership for its existence, vitality, creativity, and strength. YWCA members affirm the Mission, participate in and support its programs, help to determine its programs and policies, and provide leadership at all levels of the organization. Membership is not a fee for service; it is a statement of support for the goals and programs of the YWCA. Annual membership is $50. Click here for the Membership Brochure
Give a child the gift of a YWCA Summer Camp experience! At Summer camp, children receive nutritious meals, participate in enrichment and recreational programs, and take field trips. $960 for an entire Summer Camp session; $320 for two weeks at Camp; $160 for a week at Camp; $64 for two days at Camp; or make a donation for special events, ice cream parties, trips, etc.
Holiday Hearts Campaign
Make the holidays shine brightly for children and families in our community. Donors and shoppers provide gifts and basic necessities for children from their Wish Lists. $35 sponsors one child; $70 sponsors two children.Click here for information.
Back to School Backpacks
Local companies, community groups, and individuals can contribute back to school supplies and backpacks that are given to YWCA program participants in time for their first day of school. Organizations and individuals are encouraged to donate new backpacks and school supplies to help low-income children succeed at school.
Teen Volunteer of the Year Awards
The Bucks County Teen Volunteer of the Year Awards Program recognizes young volunteers for their selfless devotion to helping others and spotlights them as examples to encourage volunteerism among teens. Public and private high schools throughout Bucks County are invited to participate by selecting an 11th or 12th grade student who has exhibited outstanding volunteer service to the community.
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All donations, sponsorships and tickets are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. The official registration and financial information of YWCA of Bucks County may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration in the above state does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation of YWCA of Bucks County by the state. The YWCA Bucks County Tax ID #23-1429832. Thank you again for your support.