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About Women’s Resource Center

For more than 45 years, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) has helped women and girls in the five counties of southeastern Pennsylvania successfully navigate life’s transitions and inspire others to do the same.  By providing resources, tools, and support for today, we create hope for tomorrow.


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“WRC has helped me tremendously work through the challenges of my life to be productive and live more fully again. Women encouraging Women with resources and tools REALLY matters!

To strengthen and empower women and be a light to one another is a mission I am deeply grateful for, to help me grow in such a difficult time of my life.

The positive reinforcement, mindfulness, caring, non judgmental approach, as well as the listening, learning, growing and help provided is extraordinary!”

 – Financial Stability client

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Meet Diane

Mom, Carpenter, WRC Client

“I went from being the wife of an addict to seeing myself as someone who could provide.”

> Read Diane’s story


Upcoming Programs

Family Law Consultations

Ongoing Weekly

Attend a WRC private 30-minute consultation with a Family Law Attorney to discuss issues involving divorce, custody, child support or other family law matters.

> Learn More


Kim Jenson, community-minded pioneer in finance, to be featured at Women’s Resource Center 2024 Breakthrough Breakfast

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is thrilled to announce that Kim Jenson, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President, Private Client Group at Raymond James will be our featured fireside chat guest at the 2024 Breakthrough Breakfast on April 18…

Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation supports Girls Lead with three-year, $75,000 grant

The Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation, Inc. has strengthened its renewal of support for the Women’s Resource Center’s Girls Lead program by committing $75,000 over the next three years (granting $25,000 per year) in memory of Joan Taylor…