Get Involved

The Community Center of Northern Westchester
Information on their Holiday Food Drive can be found here.
Information on their Share the Warmth project can be found here.
Shul Stitchers
We meet every month, on the second Monday of the month, at 1pm, after the Rabbi’s Forum, in the Bridal Suite. Also, one does not have to attend the monthly meeting to participate. Knit/Crochet at home and drop items off at the Main Office. Please contact Karen.
-Monday, November 19th at 1pm at UJA-FEDERATION Office on 27 Radio Circle Rd in Mt Kisco
Mt. Kisco Interfaith Pantry
Designer Needed
The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry is seeking a volunteer with professional interior designer or architect with skills to help them plan and renovate a newly acquired storage room. Their busy Pantry needs to make smart use of all available storage space for inventory, as well maximize the efficiency of the flow of clients through our Distribution room. If you have special skills in this area and can help them envision, design, and complete this project, they welcome your assistance! Please contact Roberta Horowitz, if you are interested in helping. Thank you!
Thanksgiving Dinner Program
Please click here to learn about how to help. This year, in addition to approximately 2000, individual recipients of cooked Thanksgiving meals, we are scheduled to provide and deliver up to 84 family dinners with uncooked ingredients. Please go to our SignupGenius and help in any and every way.
Volunteer Opportunities
914 Cares has updated their list of organizations that need help in November. Please click here or here.
Volunteer New York’s opportunities can be found here.
Migration Crisis: How to Effectively Use Community Resources – December 1st at 9:30am
Hosted by New York Presbyterian Hospital, Auditorium, 21 Bloomingdale Road in White Plains. Click here  for details.
Westchester Volunteer Mission to Houston
Tuesday, January 29 – Thursday, January 31, 2019
Help Us in Houston! Hurricane Harvey hit a year ago. The floods have subsided, but Houston still needs our help. Join us as we rebuild, get together with the Jewish community, visit the Federation and JCC campus, meet insightful speakers, and so much more. Learn more here or contact Richard Leroy
Puerto Rico Update
We are planning monthly trips for the foreseeable future. The little town of Mariana still needs our support even though it is out of the headlines.Donations of money and HD gift cards are a huge help.
Feel free to contact Richard Leroy or Gary Cohn about the trips or to inquire as to how to make a donation.
Together we can and will make a difference!
Tikkun Olam Baby!

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