February 2018 YWCA National Newsletter

Kia ora koutou

 

Spotlight: YWCA Dunedin

The Angel Fund, run through the YWCA Dunedin, helps women and their families to become financially independent through educational, business and personal development. The fund has been lending interest-free micro credit loans for up to $2500 to women since 1997 – that’s over 700 loans so far!

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Did You Know? Three Facts from YWCA Herstory

A lot has happened in the YWCA's long history in Aotearoa New Zealand! Here are a few cool facts you might not know.

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Liv Doogue
Executive Officer
YWCA of Aotearoa NZ

liv@ywca.org.nz

December 2017 YWCA National Newsletter

Kia ora koutou

Thank you for your support in making Aotearoa a better and more equal place for women. We wish you a restful and restorative holiday break and look forward to working with you in 2018.

Tēnā rawa atu koe.

 

 

Auckland YWCA Future Leaders Programme

Last Monday saw 20 young women graduate from YWCA Auckland's Future Leaders programme. They are currently seeking new mentors to join this wonderful programme and help young women have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

 

Christmas at the Y

Christchurch YWCA and Hamilton YWCA are looking for kind donations from members of the community to make Christmas feel like Christmas for local women in need.

 

An Intergenerational Women's Movement

The YWCA Aotearoa NZ is a national association of women of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs. In 2017, the simple founding principle has never been more relevant and powerful.

 

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Liv Doogue
Executive Officer
YWCA of Aotearoa NZ

liv@ywca.org.nz

November 2017 YWCA National Newsletter

 

The Equal Pay Awards 2017

The Auckland YWCA's fourth annual Equal Pay Awards went off without a hitch, and drew in the biggest crowd to date.

Beverage company Lion and the Human Resources Director of law firm Simpson Grierson, Jo Copeland, emerged as the 2017 Gold winners. 

The Silver winner was engineering company AECOM, and International tourism firm Magic Memories claimed the Bronze category award.

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YWCA Branded Cards and Reusable Coffee Cups

Do you want to support the YWCA movement to empower young women in Aotearoa New Zealand? Purchase YWCA greeting card sets and reusable coffee mugs! They make great gifts for Christmas. 

The design represents generations of strong women, layers of one's self, and stages of life.

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YWCA Aotearoa New Board Members


The YWCA Whānau are lucky to have four amazing new women join the YWCA Aotearoa New Zealand governance board.

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