St. Louis Beacon, 10/14/2011: "Music moves youth helped by CWAH" 
"On Belle Place, off Vandeventer Avenue a few blocks west and north of Grand Center and the Fox, Sheldon, and Jazz at the Bistro, the entertainment is furnished by competing garage sales. But inside a white building on the north side of the street, at least three activities are happening all at once in the home of the nonprofit organization, Community Women Against Hardship."
"R&B singer Melba Moore couldn't have been a more appropriate choice for last fall's concert at the Sheldon to raise money for Community Women Against Hardship, a self-help group. Its mission is to lift up women and families experiencing streaks of bad luck not unlike the kind that Moore herself once faced."
The Liguorian, 12/2008: "Changing Lives; One Life at a Time"
"For just a short while, I invite you to lift your feet and your faith a little higher and take a detour with me down the road to visit with Gloria Taylor, CEO and co-founder of Community Women Against Hardship (CWAH). Under the direction of Gloria and her co-founder, the late Betty Jordan Lee, a civil-rights activist, journalist, and educator, CWAH has become a place where hope is dispensed on a daily basis by a dynamic team of people I call the "messengers of hope."'