Thank You YWCP Friend!

May 12, 2016

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You Rock!

Thank you for joining us for our Leadership Breakfast Kickoff Event last night!


We were so excited to share all that's been happening at YWCP. Our students are showing effectiveness in in enaging with state educational leaders, providing a "Day of Caring" in the community, meeting the challenges of the core curriculum and much more! Hearing from our principal, Toyia Wilson, demonstrates the extraordinary opportunities our young women are receiving in their academic, social and emotional development.


In addition, we were happy to announce two of the 2016 Breakfast honorees: the amazing Pam Sherman and the Xerox Foundation. Both have done so much to support the students of YWCP over the past few years. We look forward to announcing the "Man We Love" to you shortly!


I hope you will choose to support the students of Young Women's College Prep Charter School by being a Table Host for this year's Leadership Breakfast on November 16th. This is a great way to ensure students like Tori (pictured above) will continue to have access to a "whole girl" education that will prepare them for graduation, college, and life success!


Here's a copy of the Table Host packet we handed out last night with all of the details.


For your convenience, payment for your table can be made using the button below. Payment is due by September 15th in order to have your name included on the invitation as a Table Host.


Thank you again for joining us last night and supporting the students of YWCP!

More Photos from the Kickoff Event!

About YWCP

YWCP Charter School is Rochester's first and only all-girls public school. It opened its doors in August 2012 to its first class of students, and will grow over the next two years to serve 500 students in grades 7-12. YWCP is an affiliate of the Young Women's Leadership Network, which supports five highly successful single-gender schools in NYC and 11 affiliates across the country.


The mission of the YWCP Foundation is to break the cycle of poverty for young urban girls by increasing their economic self-sufficiency through improved leadership skills, career awareness, college readiness, and college access. To accomplish this, YWCP Inc. creates, implements, and supports innovative programs that educate the whole girl - academically, socially, and emotionally.