Archives for April 2013

Stand Up for Women Veterans June 7, 2013

Please join us for Stand Up for Women Veterans of the United States Armed Forces at Westchester Community College on June 7 presented by the Lanza Family Investment in Veterans Empowerment (L.I.V.E.).  Westchester County is coming together for this day of empowerment and education in support of women veterans and their families. 9 A M-4:30 P M…[More]

Westchester County’s 45th Annual Salute to Seniors–May 1st

  Click Below for more Information: Salute To Seniors at the Westchester County Center 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Center for All Ages Campaign Reaches $1,000,000 Target!

Thanks to the enthusiastic response of our wonderful donors, FSW proudly announces that we have reached, and in fact, exceeded our $1,000,000 challenge target four months ahead of the June 30th deadline.  Having met the Lanza Family Foundation’s generous $1,000,000 challenge, we are now in contract on a building in White Plains which will house…[More]

Family Services of Westchester’s Junior Board Announces Seven New Grants, Totaling $10,500, to Youth and Family Programs

04/12/2013 Port Chester, NY- Family Services of Westchester (FSW), a longstanding, private not-for-profit, non-sectarian agency that provides social and mental health services to families and children in Westchester County, announced today that its Junior Board has awarded seven grants totaling $10,500 to FSW programs that provide critical social services to youth and families across the…[More]

Mothers of Bedford Screening and Panel Discussion, May 8th

Westchester County Children’s Coordinated Services Committee Integrated Services Planning 0-6 Subcommittee will present a free screening of the critically acclaimed documentary, Mothers of Bedford, a deeply moving account of moms in prison.  A panel discussion, including FSW’s Janet Donat, EMERGE Program Director, will follow the screening.   Wednesday May 8th 9:00am – Noon Westchester Institute for…[More]

Help Needed for Spring “Girl-Topia” April 28

Last November,   New Rochelle Girl Scout Caroline Stoerger and Deborah Blatt, volunteer Director and founder of FSW’s Sharing Shelf program, created the first “Girl-Topia,” a one-day clothing boutique in Port Chester with free, fashionable clothes for 75 disadvantaged teenaged girls. On April 28th, a second Sharing Shelf Girl-Topia will take place in Mount Vernon…[More]