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Making a correct donation

The Sharing Shelf, one of many programs established by Family Services of Westchester, recently concluded its annual Backpacks to School program.

Wayne retires as Family Services of Westchester CEO

“It has been my great honor to serve an organization that is deeply committed to improving the lives of people throughout Westchester County,” said Wayne.

FSW’s Junior Board Council adds members

The appointment of six new council members was announced Jan. 29. 

Family Services praises Wolff’s selection

Nicholas Wolff was named to the Westchester County Senior Citizen Hall of Fame.

Copel named board chair

Lisa Copeland is an owner and chair of SRI and a director of the Hugh J. Andersen Foundation, both based in Bayport, Minnesota.

Family Services of Westchester receives $331K grant

The grant is to help launch an initiative to help men return to their families after being released from jail and then stay out of jail.

Bricks help pave the way at Family Services of Westchester

During a ceremony, several commemorative bricks were installed in the pathway leading to the intergenerational facility in White Plains.

FSW’s ‘Backpacks to School’ program

Family Services of Westchester works with the Westchester Department of Social Services to deliver the backpacks to children who need them the most. 

Honoring the Rosenbergs

The people who made the Family Services of Westchester (FSW) Lanza Family Center for All Ages in White Plains playground possible were honored in a ceremony.

Teen Boutique marks 10th year

The Sharing Shelf staged its 10th teen shopping day.

Special honors from Family Services of Westchester

Family Services of Westchester’s annual Star Gala will take place on April 20 at the Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. It will...

Family Services of Westchester opens Lanza Family Center

Family Services of Westchester will open its intergenerational center, which offers programming and facilitates family-like interactions, in White Plains.

FSW will expand Alzheimer services with federal grant

With the help of a federal grant, Family Services of Westchester plans to improve access to services for Alzheimer's and dementia patients and their caregivers.

Family Services of Westchester breaks ground in White Plains

The nonprofit agency's $4.9 million Lanza Family Center for All Ages is scheduled to open in January.

Family Services of Westchester awarded federal grant

The nonprofit agency will continue its programs for low-income families with a five-year, $11 million grant.