In the Media

 

Bucks County Courier Times
March 14, 2017
Growing Up Poor in Wealthy Bucks County

Times Publishing
April 4, 2016
White Paper Highlights Race Toward a “Caregiving Cliff”

Multiple outlets
January 2016
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Senior Quarterly, Bucks County Area Agency on Aging Newsletter
Winter 2015-2016
Symposium Highlights the Economics of Caregiving

WHYY – Newsworks
October 30, 2015
Making the case for offering caregiver support as a good business move

Multiple Outlets
October 2015

On October 30. 2015 Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition (BCWAC), Aging Adult Services Montgomery County, Bucks County Area Agency on Aging, Women’s Center of Montgomery County, A Woman’s Place, and the BucksMont Collaborative sponsored Pennsylvania’s first of its kind symposium “Who Cares: The Economics of Caregiving”.

In support of the Symposium the BCWAC released the following 2015 Caregiving Symposium Press Advisory and a subsequent 2015 Caregiving Symposium Press Release

Bucks County Women’s Journal
October/November 2015
Get Out the Vote Collaborative Schedules Voter Registrations

Bucks County Herald
June 11, 2015
Estelle Richman Inspires Women’s Advocacy Group

Gabby GiffordsIn October, 2014, The Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition participated in a roundtable discussion with Gabby Giffords at the YWCA of Bucks County on the devastating impacts of gun violence on women. From left are Ifeoma Aduba, Executive Director of A Woman’s Place and BCWAC Board Member, Gabby Giffords, and Tam St. Claire, Chair of the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition.

Bucks County Herald
September 25, 2014
Feel the Power of One

The American Prospect
September 22, 2014
Tam St. Claire is quoted in The Politics of Pre-K: How a Program Known to Help Poor Mothers Could Doom Your Candidacy

Bucks County Courier Times
June 9, 2014
Letter to the Editor: Support PA House Bill 1492

Bucks County Women’s Journal

June 1, 2014
Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition Takes the Capitol

Bucks County Courier Times and Doylestown Intelligencer
April 6, 2014
Coalition Pushes Health Care for Women

Advance of Bucks County
October 20, 2013
OPINION: A Woman’s Place, Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition press for expansion of gun background checks

Bucks County Courier Times and Doylestown Intelligencer
April 7, 2013
Women’s Coalition, Lawmakers Seek to Mitigate “Cliff Effect”

Bucks County Herald
June 28, 2012
Cheers for Bipartisan Vote on Payday Lending, Letter to the Editor signed by NPMorrill

Bucks County Herald
June 7, 2012
Payday Loan Bill Aids Exploitative Industry, Letter to the Editor signed by NPMorrill

Bucks County Courier Times
June 6, 2012
Payday Lending Bill a License to Steal, Letter to the Editor signed by NPMorrill

Bucks County Courier Times
April 5, 2012
Corbett’s Easy Target: Those in Need, “Our View” editorial

Bucks County Courier Times
April 1, 2012
Rep: Cuts to Human Services Wrong , article by Gary Weckselblattt

The Intelligencer
March 30, 2012
DiGirolamo rips Corbett’s Plan to Cut Human Services, article by Gary Weckselblatt

Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer
March 28, 2012
Old Debates Wasting Our Time – Let’s Move On, Guest Opinion by NPMorrill and T. St. Claire

Bucks County Herald
March 22, 2012
Affordable Care Act is Vital for Women, Letter to the Editor signed by NPMorrill and T. St. Claire

Bucks County Herald
December 1, 2011
Bucks County Poverty Count Jumps 2.7%, article by Jennifer McCormick

Bucks Local News
November 30, 2011
Poverty Hits Hard in Bucks County

Bucks County Courier Times
November 20, 2011
Poverty on the Rise in Bucks, articlee by Crissa Shoemaker Debree

Bucks County Herald
August 4, 2011
Washington Gridlock Hurt Women and Families, Letter to the Editor signed by NPMorrill

Bucks County Courier Times
Spotlight on the April 15, 2011 Conversation with Legislators event

Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer
April 16 and April 19, 2011
Groups Stand Together in Quest for Funding, article by Gary Weckselblatt

Bucks County Courier Times
April 13, 2011
Impact of Budget Cuts Focus of Forum from Staff Reports