Westhab and KeyBank Foundation team up to bring college and career readiness to Dayspring teens! With a generous $240,000 grant, the program will create a pipeline to college and careers for low-income students at Dayspring Community Center.
President & CEO Rich Nightingale reflects on 10 years of leading the organization and shares memories and valuable takeaways from his two decade journey at Westhab.
The Westhab Junior Board hosted its first cocktail event at NYC’s City Winery to benefit Westhab this November. Over 100 attendees gathered to enjoy the city views and support the Westhab mission. The evening was an incredible success, raising over $50,000 for housing and supportive programming at Westhab!
Families were treated to spooktacular holiday fun at Hudson Family Residence this October! The Halloween celebration was one of the first events hosted by the Westhab Junior Board, a group of civic-minded, young professionals looking to make a real difference in our Westhab community. Read on for more about what the Junior Board is up to, including their NYC cocktail party in November!
Westhab is expanding its pantry services at Dayspring Community Center to include a second pantry every month. The second monthly offering is expected to serve over 100 households with large donations of fresh and dry food staples. Learn more about how Dayspring is serving its community and how you can get involved!
Recently, City in the Community (CITC), the foundation proudly supported by New York City Football Club (NYCFC), stopped by one of Westhab’s South Bronx shelters to give back to the community through a product donation day. CITC and players from NYCFC First Team were joined by volunteers from Midea and NYCFC’s Front Office to deliver over $125,000 worth of donated Midea products. Read on to learn more about the impact of this partnership.
Westhab contracts with the Westchester Department of Social Services to provide job readiness, placement, and retention services to individuals on public assistance throughout Westchester County.
Low-income residents will be able to stay in their affordable housing units thanks to a new partnership between the Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) and Westhab.
On Thursday, April 20, 2023, Westhab proudly hosted its annual Building Communities. Changing Lives. Celebration Dinner at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, NY. Westhab was thrilled to see so many friends and supporters come together at an event that raised over $640,000 of vital funds to support its mission of building communities and changing lives.
Westhab staff at Broadway Manor recently housed a Yonkers man who was homeless for nearly a decade. Their dedication helped long-term Westhab client, Mr. Henry, find a place to call home.