York, PA – (January 23, 2019) The community is invited to attend a town hall meeting on Thursday, January 31 at 7pm at YWCA York, 320 E. Market Street, York, PA, to discuss violence in our homes and communities. This is a rescheduled event, originally supposed to take place on January 17, but was postponed due to winter storms.
A panel of experts representing victim services, law enforcement, legislative representatives and education professionals will explore the issues affecting our community and discuss how you can be an agent of change to work towards the prevention of violence in your community.
There will be resource tables from 6:30-7pm before the start of the meeting for community members to view and talk with.
Violence has no place in our communities, but all too often our families and our communities are devastated by the consequences of violent acts. These crimes affect all of us, no one is immune. Violence can be prevented.
If you would like more information about this event, please go to www.ywcayork.org or call YWCA York at 717-845-2631.
ABOUT YWCA York
YWCA York is a nonprofit organization with the mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. Chartered in 1891, YWCA York has a long and rich history of creating opportunities for women’s growth, leadership and power through a common vision: peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Over 28,000 people are serve each year through the programs and services offered throughout York County. Worldwide, the YWCA impacts more than 25 million people in over 120 countries. For information about the YWCA York, visit our website, www.ywcayork.org.