Westchester North, NY
November 16, 2018
Tis the season for giving and your kids can make a difference and give back, too. Our list of places where you and your kiddos can help others by volunteering or donating is a win-win for everyone. Check out our list of charities and organizations dedicated to helping families in Westchester, and get involved with our great community!
Lifting Up Westchester
Grace’s Kitchen is a soup kitchen where the hungry can regularly get a free meal every Monday through Friday. Families can volunteer to serve meals and even Holiday Dinners on Thanksgiving & Christmas and New Year's Day. DETAILS »
Stuff a stocking for Christmas, support a child's love of reading or build a birthday party in a box for a child who otherwise would not have one. Family-to-Family offers a number of options that help kids make a difference in their communities! DETAILS »
Now - December 25th
The Christmas Dinner
Founded on the premise that no one in our area should be alone or hungry on Christmas Day, the annual Westchester Community Christmas Day Dinner is an all-volunteer charitable event. Donateneeded items or volunteer time for this amazing community event! DETAILS »
Now - December 31st
Please consider donating a new coat to keep our kids and teens warm this winter! New coats for boys and girls ages 5 and up are needed and kids can get involved by helping to shop for a coat to donate to a child in need. DETAILS »
Food Bank For Westchester
Volunteer to sort and package food, participate in community events or learn how to organize a food drive in your neighborhood. Kids can even get involved by doing something as simple as shopping for much needed items to donate. DETAILS »
United For The Troops
Kids can collect needed items to be placed into care packages for deployed military members. DETAILS »
Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland
Help support homebound seniors when the weather is poor by creating Blizzard boxes - shoeboxes full of non-perishable food items that seniors can use if normal food deliveries are halted. Drop off in Tarrytown or Nanuet. See website for instructions! DETAILS »
Caring for the Homeless of Peekskill, Inc.
Prepare a meal or donate toiletry items for the residents of the Jan Peek House Shelter, bag groceries at Fred's Pantry or coordinate a community food drive. DETAILS »
Junior League of Central Westchester
Surprisingly, so few people are aware of the struggle some of their neighbors face just to meet the basic need of diapering their babies. Kids can help by starting a community diaper drive, or by purchasing and donating diapers and pull-ups. DETAILS »
Open Door Family Medical Centers
Kids can get involved by donating needed items or time to build Baby Boxes full of essential items for expecting parents living in poverty. DETAILS »
The Birthday Box
The Birthday Box provides a birthday party in a box - cake, decorations, plates, candles and a gift - to children who would otherwise go without a party. Kids can get involved by donating new party supplies, gifts or by hosting a collection drive! DETAILS »
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