Buy a Brick for the Lanza Family Center for All Ages

Be part of the path forward. FSW’s Lanza Family Center for All Ages opened its doors in February 2015 to bring older adults together with children and teens to share activities and enrich each other’s days. Here’s your chance to help build connections between older adults and children of all ages. You can buy a brick in…[More]

Ribbon Cutting for The Lanza Family Center for All Ages

Ribbon Cutting for FSW’s Lanza Family Center for All Ages

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Tuesday, February 24th, 2015, FSW, along with more than 100 local dignitaries, supporters and guests celebrated the culmination of a goal set years ago–to bring a state-of-the-art intergenerational facility to White Plains– with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Lanza Family Center for All Ages. Nick Wolff, FSW’s Chairman…[More]


Fathers Building Healthy Relationships Through FSW Valentine’s Day Workshops

Fathers Count is FSW’s program for fathers who have been involved in the criminal justice system and want to become better parents and providers.  This month, they are sponsoring their annual “Be My Valentine” workshop sessions for the program’s fathers and their partners. The couples spend an evening with Fathers Count Parenting & Healthy Relationship facilitators/counselors (Cheryl Atkinson…[More]

Man, Woman and Child having fun in the park.

FSW Seeking Foster Parents

Westchester County is currently faced with a shortage of homes for foster care children with special needs.  Our Therapeutic Foster Care program serves children of all social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. These youth are special – they may have behavioral, social, or emotional problems – but they need homes and the support of loving, nurturing…[More]