Westmoreland County Commission for Women & Families
PO Box 675
Greensburg, PA 15601
724-837-5410 Ext: 701
10 Years 2003 - 2013! How we started, what we did and where we are now. Come and share in this special celebration with us. Bring your memories of the past ten years.
Westmoreland County Commission for Women and Commissioner Ted Kopas
It is the mission of the Westmoreland County Commission for Women and Families (WCCWF) to foster leadership; provide awareness of existing services; promote development of resources; and advocate equal access to such resources in order to enhance the lives of women and families.
Visit the website for the PA Commission for Women: www.pcw.state.pa.us.
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Were you there?
Were you part of our history from the beginning? Mary Catherine Motchar, one of our founders along with Angela Rose-O'Brien, provided the following: "We had our first official meeting as the WCCWF on October 3, 2003 at the ParentWise Office on Coulter Ave. in Greensburg. We then met for a while at Westmoreland County Community College. We changed to lunch meetings and started those at St. Joseph's Center (Now Bishop Connare Center) and we are now at Lakeview. So October 3, 2013 is 10 years."
A great day for a good cause
The 15th Annual accessAbilities Foundation Golf Invitational is on Monday, June 24, 2013 at the beautiful Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Golfers will enjoy the day on Mystic Rock with friends, food and fun.
At accessAbilities Foundation Inc., our vision is to empower people with unique abilities. Independence means different things to different people. As a result, accessAbilities Foundation, Inc. supports programs and services to strengthen independent lives for children and adults with disabilities in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Originally, the accessAbilities Foundation was part of an entity founded by local families who had children diagnosed with cerebral palsy, the program was known as United Cerebral Palsy of Western Pennsylvania.
Today, accessAbilities Foundation, Inc. continues to build upon that legacy with two subsidiaries, accessAbilities, Inc. and All Abilities, Inc. These programs and services focus on building educational foundations to foster life-long learning and independence.
Participation in this fun-filled day helps nearly 2,000 adults and children with unique abilities across Southwestern Pennsylvania. By making an investment in the accessAbilities Foundation you are unlocking human potential. Some of the programs and services supported by the accessAbilities Foundation include:
WCCWF Chairperson's Message
Dear WCCWF Friends,
Happy Spring to all of you - it has finally arrived. I invite you to join us on Friday April 26 at Lakeview for the first meeting of our tenth year! At this meeting we will discuss our Anniversary Plans and our future plans for the Westmoreland County Commission for Women and Families. Our guests at our meeting will be Debra Woods and Pam Mowrer from the WCCC Education Foundation to talk about what the foundation does and how it helps women attain success. Please join us!
Julie Cawoski - WCCWF Chairperson
Everyone is Welcome. Call for information.