Fall Girl topia 2014

Fall GirlTopia 2014 — A Wonderful Community Effort and Tremendous Success

The Sharing Shelf of FSW partnered with the Junior League of Westchester on the Sound (JLWOS) to host our 5th GirlTopia event this past Saturday, November 15th at the New York Covenant Church in New Rochelle. We were assisted by dozens of volunteers starting on Thursday. A crew of boys from Iona Prep School loaded…[More]

Center For All Ages-exterior-before

Update on the Lanza Family Center for All Ages

The renovation of our new multigenerational center in White Plains is well under way. October brought big changes to the exterior of The Center for All Ages (CFAA), as critically needed repairs to the stucco were made and the entire building got a fresh coat of paint. Extensive roof work will also ensure the youngsters…[More]


Request for Participation in Health Care Survey

New York State wants to improve the way you receive health care, but first we need your feedback.  Help us make it better by taking this quick survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HVDSRIP

Susan B. Wayne, FSW's President and CEO, Nicholas Penn, VP Information Technology, Swiss Re and Bill Donnell, President, US P&C, Swiss Re

Swiss Re Presents Foundation Check to FSW and Officially Kicks Off “Charity of the Year” Events

Susan B. Wayne, FSW’s President and CEO, gratefully accepts this $100,000 donation from the Swiss Re Foundation on Thursday, October 2nd, officially marking  the agency’s selection by the Swiss Re Armonk Office as Charity of the Year.   Swiss Re has been a long-time supporter of FSW’s programs, and throughout the years has generously contributed…[More]


FSW Awarded Three-Year $902,064 Grant for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Initiative

FSW has been awarded a three-year grant by the federal Administration on Aging to implement a four-pronged initiative designed to strengthen Westchester County’s ability to serve adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) and their caregivers.  The ultimate goal of the initiative is to reduce the disproportionate access to these services that currently exists…[More]