Partners

 

Eliminating racism. Empowering women. Here in Manchester, the power of YWCA comes from the women and girls we serve, and it comes from our bold, passionate partners who are equally committed to the work of justice. Partners like you help us serve more than our neighbors. Partners like you help us fulfill our mission to change the power structures that determine the future.

Every day at YWCA NH, we turn on the lights and open the doors to answer the cry for justice. We provide housing to families. We help ensure women and girls have safe and bright futures. We dismantle systemic racism. We know what justice looks like because every day, we get up and do the work. And we know you do, too.

Options from here for prospective/current partners:

  • So let’s join forces and keep our collective commitment to justice in our community strong. Let’s do the work until injustice is rooted out, until institutions are transformed, until the world sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable.

  • Thank you for keeping our collective commitment to justice in our community strong. Thank you for standing with us to do the work until injustice is rooted out, until institutions are transformed, until the world sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable.

SNHU CFNA

SNHU Center for New Americans at YWCA NH

YWCA NH and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) partnered to develop SNHU Center for New Americans at YWCA NH. SNHU Center for New Americans is a space for immigrant and refugee populations to gain access to education and support services.

ACERT

A partnership led by Amoskeag Health in conjunction with Manchester Police Department that can be deployed to serve children who have been exposed to violence. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Response Team (ACERT) is made up of a police officer, a crisis services advocate, and a behavioral health professional. For more information on  ACERT visit the links below.

Amoskeag Health

Amoskeag Health - ACERT

 

City of Manchester NH

Manchester Police Dept - ACERT

 

Duet

Duet-Competency Based College Education

With Duet, you can choose to accelerate your degree from Southern New Hampshire University, an accredited, non-profit college

IINE

International Institute of New England

IINE-Manchester provides vital support and assistance to Manchester’s refugee and immigrant community.  Manchester has welcomed refugees in partnership with IINE since 1994. HISET testing takes place at IINE-Manchester

Waypoint

Waypoint-Homeless Teen Outreach

YWCA NH and Waypoint partner through homeless teen outreach. Every young person deserves an opportunity to live a life that is safe and that they love. Waypoint provides homeless youth and youth in high-risk situations ages 12-23 with resources to survive the night and achieve for a lifetime.
Saint Anselm College

Saint Anselm College

YWCA and St. Anselm College partner to education students and facility about campus violence. Saint Anselm College was founded in 1889, when the Order of Saint Benedict in New Hampshire was established. Our founding fathers, The Right Reverend Denis M. Bradley, (Bishop of Manchester), and Abbot Hilary Pfraengle, O.S.B. (Abbot of St. Mary’s Abbey in Newark, N.J.) worked tirelessly together in pursuit of their common goal: To create a college in New Hampshire that would educate students in the Benedictine tradition
Veterans Affairs Manchester NH

Veterans Affairs Hospital

Manchester VA Medical Center is committed to ensuring the well-being of the Veterans who entrust us with their care.
Victory Women of Vision

Victory Women of Vision

Victory Women of Vision’s mission is to encourage, empower, and nurture immigrant and refugee families to thrive by embracing their cultural heritage as they build their new lives.
NH Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NH Coalition Against Domestic Violence

The Coalition and its 13 member programs are committed to the safety and health of survivors during the coronavirus crisis.