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Published on Aug 3, 2011
Marianne Cincinat tells us why she bought a brick to honor her parents and support YWCA Columbus.
In 1886, something extraordinary began when 5 women created a home for young women moving to Columbus. For 125 years, YWCA Columbus has offered critically needed programs to empower women from all walks of life. From being the first organization to offer working mothers childcare, to creating leisure time school to retool unemployed women during the Depression, to integrating our facilities before the Civil Rights movement, to providing shelter for homeless families, YWCA Columbus has made incredible strides in eliminating racism and empowering women.