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Homelessness isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round programs get so much attention. Devote time to volunteer and see first-hand the families we help daily.

Locally, YWCA Canton is a vocal advocate for children and families in need, along with the homeless of Stark County Ohio.

92 cents of every dollar you donate directly supports our crucial programming and services. 

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YWCA Canton has made an immediate difference in the lives of homeless individuals and families in Stark County by providing emergency shelter, food, clothing – and hope. We help the homeless become self-sufficient with housing placement assistance, permanent supportive housing and compassionate support.


The YWCA Canton's Early Childhood Learning Center provides quality education services that benefit both the community and at-risk groups. 

Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.


​​Barbara Abbott – Canton Food Tours
Judith E. Barnes Lancaster –  Esquire
Elaine Russell Reolfi - TimkenSteel Corporation
Karen Shackelford –  C&S Turf Care Equipment  
Corey Minor Smith
 Stark Metropolitan Housing AuthorityCanton City School Board of Education

Kim Kettering, teen nominee, North Canton Hoover High School

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