YWCA kicks off annual fund campaign

The Hon. Stephanie A. Wyler

Through donations to the annual fund, the YWCA operates domestic violence shelters serving Hamilton, Clermont, Brown and Adams counties; offers GED, job-readiness and literacy classes to adult learners; provides child care and services to families of all income levels and much more.

Wylers open up classic car collection for YWCA

The Jeff Wyler classic car collection

Friday, June 17, 6-10 p.m., Jeff Wyler Automotive Family Corporate Office & Events Center, Milford – The second Classic Cars for a Cause will benefit the YWCA Greater Cincinnati Eastern Area. The fundraiser will feature food stations, beer and wine, musical entertainment, live and silent auctions, and an inside look at the Wyler classic car collection.

YWCA awards scholarships

Ten girls have received scholarships through the YWCA’s Mamie Earl Sells Scholars program. Presented by Kroger, the scholarship recognize African-American high school girls for academic achievement, leadership, extracurricular involvement and community service.

Coroner’s ball benefits YWCA shelters

The annual Coroner’s Masquerade Ball raised more than $45,000  in support of the YWCA’s Domestic Violence Shelter services. Pictured are YWCA Cincinnati president/CEO Barbara C. Perez; Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco, Hamilton County coroner; and Nancy A. Spivey, vice president of development,…