Impact100 Westchester strives to meet the needs of local nonprofits in a variety of ways.  Currently, the greatest need seems to be for funding.  To address this, we have converted our WishList to highlight donation links as well as relevant volunteer opportunities. 

Each of the nonprofits listed below was a grant recipient during one of our previous grant cycles. All of them appreciate any help you can give during this difficult time.

Additionally, you can donate to the Westchester Community Foundation, which has established a COVID-19 Response Fund to help nonprofits in Westchester.

You can also find virtual volunteer opportunities through the Volunteer New York virtual volunteer center here.

Clickable links to nonprofit organizations
Donation and Virtual Opportunities

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Funds needed for the purchase of Personal Protection Equipment in order to ensure the safety and health of staff and individuals.

For information, contact Vicki Sylvester.

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We also have a great need for basic necessities.  Information is on our homepage here.

Virtual opportunities: ESL classes via Zoom.  For information, contact Marco Bohorquez.

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We also can use gift cards in amounts of $25 - $50 to stores like CVS, Walgreens, Stop N Shop, Shop Rite, Target. These will be given to our client families when they lack food, diapers, or personal care items which cannot be accessed by other means.

In addition, direct donations of diapers and feminine care products would be appreciated as there is a great need for these items and they are difficult for our clients to obtain.

Virtual opportunities: Board members - meet once a month. Meetings will be virtual until further notice.

For information about any of the above, email Anne Dimock or call 914-358-4395.


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We are temporarily closed due to NYS regulations but look forward to re-opening as soon as practicable. We anticipate an avalanche of furniture requests as families able to move from shelters/other situations into permanent housing will be in desperate need of furniture. We will need funds to ramp up our furniture collection efforts to meet the pent-up demand.

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Virtual Opportunities: We are currently looking for a nutritionist to lead a workshop on food and the immune system.  For information, contact Judy Freeman.

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Virtual Opportunities: We are seeking volunteers to support virtual programming for girls ages 6 to 18.

For information,contact Monette Hamilton.

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To send a contribution via ACH Wire Transfer, email Sara Brody or call 917-538-5748.

If you prefer, checks may be sent to Groundwork Hudson Valley, 22 Main Street - 2nd Floor, Yonkers, NY 10701

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Volunteer Opportunities: We need volunteers to home deliver food. For information,  contact Anna LaRochelle.

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Volunteer Opportunity:  We are in great need of masks for guests, staff and volunteers at our soup kitchen and food pantry.  For information, contact Walter Ritz.

Hudson Valley Community Services

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Virtual Fundraising Event - Thursday, April 23 - Community of Hope. Register and participate here:

Volunteer Opportunities: If you can sew, we have a great need for masks. For information, contact Nancy Inzinna.


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For information, contact Cheryl Greenberg.

We have lots of ideas for virtual volunteer opportunities!  You can find them here or contact us here for information.

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For more information, contact Jana Kosberg- Kleidman or call 914-422-4638.

Volunteer Opportunity: We are in need of Spanish-speaking attorneys for our legal helpline.  2-3 hour shifts.  Training and malpractice insurance provided.  For information, contact Cindy Kanusher.

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Volunteer Opportunities: The greatest need we have at the moment is help updating our website.  For information, contact Barbara Sarbin or call 914-217-9249.


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Volunteer Opportunities:  We have a need for someone well-versed in online fundraising and PR/Marketing. For information, contact Angela Belsole or call 914-572-2261.

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In this uncertain environment, Student Advocacy is working hard to provide support to at-risk students in our community.

Mitigating the long-term negative consequences of the virus requires us to also address other concerns such as ensuring children’s continued education.

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Funds are needed to purchase tablets in order to serve our clients via Telehealth, as well as masks, sanitary wipes and gloves.  For information, contact Cindy Lopane.

Donate: Center Lane or WJCS COVID Response

Virtual programming:  For information, email centerlane@wjcs.com or sign up for our newsletter here.


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Virtual Opportunity: #StandUpForParks.  Information can be found here.