This Women’s History Month we are working to support and uplift women in need in our community. To learn more and support visit:

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Each week, we are celebrating and honoring some of the MANY female visionaries and wonder women in food security and housing stability that we have the honor of working with and for.

We are thankful for the amazing women we interact with every day – from our board members, employees, volunteers, supporters to the women we serve. We are also blessed with so many inspirational females at the Pottstown Cluster who inspire everyone in different ways. Join us in celebrating some of them during Women’s History Month!

Community Meals

This week’s Wonder Women of Food Security are our dedicated staff, board members, and volunteers who give their time to prepare and serve community meals in Pottstown. In addition to meal preparation, cooking, and serving, our dedicated volunteers also promote a welcoming environment for our guests.

Thank you to our recent volunteers Roberta Body, former Board President; Jill Dennin, Board President; Judy Watts, Board Member; Debra Brauner, Board Member; Barbara Gross, Board Member; Shelly Stockmal, Board Member; Isabelle Garreaud, Volunteer; Eva Catalano, Volunteer. Also, thank you to the many more who have helped out to make Community Meals possible.

In need of a meal? Learn more about community meals here:

Meet Jessica

Meet Jessica Devine, Development Associate and Diversity Advocate at the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities. Jessica constantly challenges us to be our best at inclusion and ensures our board and staff reflect the community we serve. You can meet Jessica in our video that premiered at our annual event in October.

The National Women’s History Month’s theme for 2024 celebrates “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” The theme recognizes women throughout the country who understand that, for a positive future, we need to eliminate bias and discrimination entirely from our lives and institutions.

The Pottstown Cluster embraces everyone and excludes no one in our common quest for freedom and opportunity. We are committed to inclusion an equity within our organization, community, and in our approaches to ending food insecurity and housing instability.

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