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WJCS is a registered 501c3 not-for-profit organization, recognized as meeting all charitable standards by the Better Business Bureau of New York. Gifts to WJCS support programs that enhance the Westchester community and are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
DONATING TO WJCS:
Your gift to WJCS may be designated to overall agency services or to specific programs.
To make a donation:
- CALL 914-761-0600 ext. 203 to donate by credit card. Only Visa and MasterCard are accepted by phone or mail-in.
- or SEND A CHECK to WJCS, att: Community Relations, 845 North Broadway, White Plains, New York 10603.
- Donate APPRECIATED STOCK. Contact Debbie Feldman, CFO, at 914-761-0600 ext. 303.
- or click here to contribute online through a secure payment connection. Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover and Diners credit cards are accepted. Please note that a 3.3% processing fee is deducted from the proceeds we receive from your donation when credit cards are used online.
- If you'd like to support JEWISH PROGRAMS at WJCS, click here or contact Anita Greenwald, 914-761-0600 x179 or email@example.com. For information on becoming a "Friend" of Jewish Programs at a giving level of $1,800 or more, click here.
You may choose to Honor a Friend, Remember a Loved One or Acknowledge a Special Occasion. A personalized acknowledgement card will be send to the recipient at your request.
CONTRIBUTION OF GOODS:
We also accept donations of gently used children's clothing items in our Kids' Kloset program. Click here for details. To contribute other items, contact Charlotte Cobbs at 914-761-0600 ext. 203 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
WJCS engages in periodic fund-raising events and appeals that generate support for important programs.
For information about donating to WJCS, contact: Susan Lewen, BA, Director of Development at
914-761-0600 ext 219 or email@example.com.
DONOR DESIGNATED FUNDS:
WJCS maintains donor designated funds to sustain vital programs. Several successful special campaigns have helped subsidize the costs of serving less advantaged children with literacy and learning services and sustain Jewish programming activities in institutions of Jewish life throughout Westchester. As a participant in the Capital Campaign of UJA-Federation of New York, WJCS has several exciting capital and programmatic projects available for donor support.
For information, contact:
914-761-0600 ext 343
FOUNDATION AND CORPORATE GRANTS
WJCS staff also responds to requests for proposals from foundations and corporations and seeks to develop relationships with donors whose areas of interest correspond to our service areas. We are also active with local, state and federal legislators to enhance our services with government support. For information about Foundation, Grant Support or legislative action, contact Jan Fisher, Director of Public Affairs at 914-761-0600 ext. 343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLANNED GIVING AND MATCHING GIFTS
Our staff is also available to work with you to arrange bequests and facilitate planned giving or matching gifts from employers. Contact Susan Lewen, BA, Director of Development at 761-0600 ext. 219 or email@example.com to arrange an appointment.
SPECIAL GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
Many children, individuals and families in our community-based programs have needs for clothing, books, school and camp supplies and non-perishable food items throughout the year. WJCS sponsors or participates in seasonal giving drives to assure that we can assist whoever is in need. We also welcome corporate sponsorships or donations of appropriate overstock items from local businesses. For information about the giving opportunities below or to discuss additional possibilities, contact Tamar Moskowitz, Director of Volunteers, at 914-761-0600 ext. 222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAVE-A-HEART FOR THE HOLIDAYS: matches donors with children's holiday gift wish lists
WAITING TO READ: collects books and games for children served by our mental health clinics
READY FOR CAMP: collects backpacks, towels and summer items for needy children headed for special camps.
EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: to assist people in extreme poverty or emergency situations.
A copy of the WJCS Annual Report may also be obtained from the Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.