The YWCA Fort Worth & Tarrant County recently received a $50,000 grant from Women Inspiring Philanthropy, a nonprofit that works to transform lives in Arlington. YWCA CEO Carol Klocek said the three-year grant will provide career training scholarships for Arlington women trying to break the cycle of poverty. Klocek is pictured here at a YWCA luncheon in March 2014.
The YWCA Fort Worth & Tarrant County recently received a $50,000 grant from Women Inspiring Philanthropy, a nonprofit that works to transform lives in Arlington. YWCA CEO Carol Klocek said the three-year grant will provide career training scholarships for Arlington women trying to break the cycle of poverty. Klocek is pictured here at a YWCA luncheon in March 2014. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram archives
The YWCA Fort Worth & Tarrant County recently received a $50,000 grant from Women Inspiring Philanthropy, a nonprofit that works to transform lives in Arlington. YWCA CEO Carol Klocek said the three-year grant will provide career training scholarships for Arlington women trying to break the cycle of poverty. Klocek is pictured here at a YWCA luncheon in March 2014. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram archives

Arlington job retraining program targets homeless, low-income women

June 19, 2015 02:31 PM