Women of Achievement Awards
Thank you for attending YWCA’s 35th Annual Women of Achievement Awards
Celebrating the accomplishments of women in our community and raising critical funds to support all of YWCA’s mission-driven programs!
Impact of COVID-19
Throughout 2020, YWCA has kept its doors open, not only working on the frontlines to provide child care for essential working families, but to gather resources and funding to deliver meals and groceries to families in the Grandparent Support Network, and assist women and mothers who have faced job cut-backs, low-wages, or loss of housing in the New Choices Economic Empowerment and Early Parenthood Programs.
As the pandemic continues, we anticipate new challenges will arise as the situation has heightened existing inequalities in our community. YWCA’s mission and work has always focused on making sure that adequate resources and supports remain available, especially to our most vulnerable community members.
We cannot do this work alone. YWCA has felt the impact of the policies and regulations stemming from the pandemic. YWCA lost a significant source of funding with the cancellation of the 2020 Women of Achievement Awards, whose funds support our community outreach programs. However, YWCA is still here with the goal to ensure we can continue to deliver critical assistance and support to the community.
With the strength of people and power of community we can endure. Your sponsorship of the 35th annual Women of Achievement Awards will ensure YWCA continues to deliver life-changing services to those most in need.
Questions may be addressed to Grace D’Angelis (email@example.com), Marketing and Community Engagement Manager, at 910-799-6820.
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please visit our Sponsorship Page.
Nominations for the 35th Annual Women of Achievements Awards have now closed.
Congratulations to the 2019 Women of Achievement Recipients!
Congratulations to the 2019 Women of Achievement Nominees!
These 71 women were nominated by their mentors, peers, and colleagues for demonstrated excellence and commitment to their careers, schools, and communities. The YWCA Lower Cape Fear is proud to recognize the following women and young leaders for their remarkable achievements:
Maggi Apel & Vicky Janowski
Rep. Deb Butler
Dr. Donyell Roseboro
Amy Thornton & Pepper Capps Hill
Dr. Khadijia Tribie
Dr. Betsy Weinberg