WBC NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2022-2023 COMMUNITY PARTNER!!
Each year, the WBC names an organization serving women or girls as its Community Partner. The Community Partner is featured during our luncheons and is the recipient of our fundraising efforts and support during their term.
To be eligible, an organization must be or become a member of the WBC for the duration of its term. If you would like to nominate a deserving service organization to be our 2022-2023 Community Partner, please click below to submit a nomination form.
Nomination will be accepted through March 15.
Reaching out to our community
The Women’s Business Connection (WBC) is very active in the community and in 1996 adopted their first community outreach partner, the YWCA of Chester County. Since that time WBC has been involved and supported several organizations. Whether it was through a clothing drive for the Career Wardrobe, fundraising efforts, or physical labor provided to assist the first ever Habitat for Humanity Women Build in Chester County, WBC members have reached out to our partners delivering the support they need.
The 2021-2022 Community Outreach Partner
Home of the Sparrow’s mission is to partner with women facing homelessness to secure housing, achieve long-term stability, and chart new paths for their futures.
Homelessness in our communities will be rare, brief, and nonrecurring. The women we serve will be equipped and inspired to achieve their personal goals, the impacts of which will be felt for generations. Home of the Sparrow is regarded as a trusted service provider, thought leader, and partner. Their organization brings people and organizations together to solve the problem of homelessness and to create better futures for women and their children.
Through their programs, they support single women and mothers in need of safe and affordable housing. They have over 23 years of experience as a trusted community partner and we have helped more than 2500 women since 1994. Home of the Sparrow is an advocate for low-income single women and mothers and we provide a long-term safety net to prevent homelessness in Chester County.
Learn more about Home of the Sparrow by visiting their website, www.homeofthesparrow.org.