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Happy Black History Month!

2019-02-15T17:52:55+00:00

In honor of Black History Month, this February, Women’s Resource Center will celebrate the success and impact African Americans have made on our nation’s history. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and recognize some of the most influential African American women known to date.   Harriet Tubman (1822 - March 20, 1913) Born

Happy Black History Month! 2019-02-15T17:52:55+00:00

2019 Spring Legacy Luncheon

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The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to engage, enrich and empower women of all generations. One way we empower women is through our Wonder Woman recognition, where we honor female leaders within our local community who have made outstanding contributions in volunteer and/or professional activities in the areas of Business, Community, Leadership, Education, Healthcare,

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A Program That Fits YOU

2019-01-28T21:16:21+00:00

The Women’s Resource Center strives to provide programs for women of all generations, going through different aspects of life. Enhancing overall happiness and mental health begins with determination and dedication to managing your time and bringing the people and activities that have personal meaning to you into your life on a regular basis. Our

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New Volunteers

2019-01-21T18:41:28+00:00

At Women’s Resource Center, we’re excited by how fantastic 2019 is looking for us! On January 16th, we held a new volunteer orientation. During the meeting we talked about our Mission Moments, business updates, new programs and opportunities... and much more! Our new volunteers are ready to tackle 2019 with us and we’re grateful

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National Mentoring Month

2019-01-14T19:22:39+00:00

January is National Mentoring Month, which is so important to us at WRC. Mentoring is more than just coaching people in need. It’s about guidance through your high and low points, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, figuring out what works and what doesn’t, staying positive and as stress-free as possible. Even the strongest of leaders

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5 Steps to a Healthy New Year

2019-01-04T17:28:06+00:00

First thing’s first: Take a deep breath. Look around you. Reflect on your 2018 year. What adventures did you go on? What significant memories did you make? What do you wish you could have done? Now, focus on what was good and what was bad. What do you want to continue? What do you want

5 Steps to a Healthy New Year 2019-01-04T17:28:06+00:00

New Year, New Mindset

2018-12-26T21:21:56+00:00

Hit your reset button. Form a new attitude and approach to life. It’s a new year, a fresh start, another chance and it all begins NOW! Focus on refreshing and setting goals. Many people set goals of weight loss, but mental health is just as important as physical health. We are here to help

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Thank You For An Amazing Year

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What an amazing ride 2018 has been, and we are so thankful. Our goals this year were to improve our Impactful Programs & Services, Financial Strength & Stability and Leadership & Advocacy. We can proudly say we have achieved our goals! We have accomplished so much, and it’s all thanks to YOU! Throughout the

Thank You For An Amazing Year 2018-12-21T01:25:08+00:00

Ask a Banker

2018-12-11T19:39:21+00:00

Financial advice that fits your life No matter what stage of life you’re in, we’re dedicated to providing direction to women of all generations. Our clients are diverse: from women seeking GEDs to those with PhDs...women worrying about their next paycheck to women preparing for retirement. Because our clients are so diverse, we have an

Ask a Banker 2018-12-11T19:39:21+00:00

Why WRC

2018-12-26T21:25:03+00:00

Dear Women’s Resource Center supporter: Your financial gift is important to us and we want you to understand #WhyWRC. Everyday, women come into our centers looking for help. 40% of these women are living below the poverty level, and 19% are considered homeless. Another 36% live below the sustainable wage for our region (ALICE

Why WRC 2018-12-26T21:25:03+00:00