Nonprofit organizations -- Finance
Found in 1790 Collections and/or Records:
Annual, interim and statistical reports concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. work in China. Reports and pamphlets summarize work in China with women through YWCA organizations in many cities, towns, and regions. As the country is disrupted by cultural, political, social and economic changes the YWCA work in China meets new challenges. American secretaries train Chinese women to be leaders, organize programming and associations and advise existing associations.
Correspondence with and about general secretaries serving on the National Committee of the YWCA of China. American and Chinese secretaries write to arrange travel plans and visits, give updates on programs and associations, discuss social, economic, and political problems faced in China and request support of funds and people. The correspondence concerning Grace Coppock and Ting Shu-Ching include memorials and condolences following their untimely deaths due to illness.
Documents concerning the sale, transfer, maintenance and use of YWCA of the U.S.A. Foochow, Hangchow-Mudken, Peking and Shanghai properties in China. Buildings are used as residences and headquarters for American and Chinese YWCA activities. The Shanghai property is used as a headquarters for the National Committee of the YWCA of China and pamphlets and articles give an overview of its development.
Minutes of the YWCA of the U.S.A. City Department. The City Department meets to discuss the needs of city associations, hear visitation reports, make plans for the dissemination of pertinent information to city associations and discuss matters of personnel and management of the department.
Visitation reports submitted to the YWCA of the U.S.A. City Department. Secretaries visiting city associations make visitation reports assessing the status of the association, describing any challenges and successes and summarizing the association's programs. The visiting secretaries often visit more than one association in each trip and may include several associations in one report. The reports are arranged alphabetically by the submitting secretary's last name.