Two Westchester County Youth Council members recently participated in one of our most exciting activities…our annual Albany Advocacy overnight trip! Nina (age 18), a Senior Council member, and Jacob (age 13), a Junior Council member, traveled to Albany to participate in the NY State Association of Youth Bureaus Youth Leadership Forum. The first day of…[More]
Volunteering at FSW can be rewarding and fun. It can also afford you the chance to get to know someone new or someone in a new way.
FSW is proud to co-sponsor The Next Generation: 2014 Legislative Breakfast on Children and Youth, presented by the Child Care Council and Westchester Children’s Association on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. at the Greenburgh Public Library. Join us for a ”Town Hall” to hear young people pose questions to our county, state,…[More]
RideConnect, an information and referral service providing transportation options for older adults (60+), those with disabilities and home health care workers in northern Westchester has been awarded renewed federal funding to continue the program through March 2017. The funding was awarded by the Department of Transportation under the federal New Freedom and Job Access and Reverse Commute…[More]
Thanks to FSW’s Community Based Services Team, under the leadership of Senior Director Sharifa Armorer, who organized a Walk-A-Thon at the Westchester on Friday, January 31st to raise funds for our Center for All Ages. The efforts of Ms. Armorer and her unit exemplify the willingness of the FSW staff to take the extra “step”…[More]