Meet Community Women Against Hardship

Community Women Against Hardship (CWAH) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to providing personalized programs and services to enable low to moderate income families struggling with poverty to become more self-sufficient.

Community Women Against Hardship (CWAH) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to providing personalized programs and services to enable low to moderate income families struggling with poverty to become more self-sufficient.

We strive to become a respected and replicable national model for helping families become self-sufficient and move out of poverty.

CWAH provides basic needs and services such as donated clothing, furniture, bedding, food, and household items to families in need, based on eligibility. We offer various educational & developmental programs and workshops to parents, children (5th-12th grade) and families living in the city St. Louis. All classes are free.

Annual events:

Charitable Benefit Concert

Black History Concert: CWAH celebrates Black History Month at the newly renovated Jazz At The Bistro with stellar performances. What an evening!

Circle of Support Gala: November 6, 2022

Learn more: http://www.cwah.org/

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