YWCA York Joins Global Movement to Benefit Victims of Violence

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YWCA York Joins Global Movement to Benefit Victims of Violence

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York, PA – (December 30, 2019) YWCA York announces the fourth V-Day York community production of The Vagina Monologues February 13th, 7:00pm at The Capitol Theatre. The Vagina Monologues is celebrating 20 years of performances that share stories about resiliency and the social stigma surrounding abuse and violence against women and girls. It is particularly timely given the national attention on sexual assault in some very high profile cases.

The production will feature volunteer cast members from York County: Becky Garrety, Melissa Graham, Maura Hoff, Emily Holland, Ashley Howard, Lisa Howland, Jennifer Johnson, Lindy Keefe, Kasey Loffies, Sharee McFadden, Brooke Pfisterer, and Jen Swanner. To production’s co-directors are Jessica Bennett and Ashlyn Oberdorff. Tickets are on sale for $30 and can be purchased at www.ywcayork.org.

V-Day York is part of an international month of events to raise awareness and end violence against women and girls, as well as to raise funds for organizations working to end the violence, like YWCA York. It is estimated that one billion females will be physically, emotionally or sexually abused in their lifetime. Locally, YWCA York offers victim services through ACCESS York, the Victim Assistance Center and Still Waters (Hanover).


YWCA York is a nonprofit organization with the mission of eliminating racism, empowering women and strengthening families. 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 26,000 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 YWCA York, visit our website, www.ywcayork.org.