Defining Essential in the New COVID-19 Reality

I hope that everyone reading this is well, taking proper precautions, and staying safe. Our world has changed dramatically in the last two weeks, and we’ve learned a lot very quickly. We’ve begun using terms like social distancing and self quarantining. We’ve had to examine what is really essential in our lives. Today, New York […]

Leading from the front—Valerie C. Smith

I sat down with Valerie C. Smith a few short days ago to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic was affecting the vulnerable people Westhab serves and how our front-line staff are rising to meet this unprecedented challenge. After several days working from home, the conversation feels like it was a lifetime ago. But Ms. […]

2020 Celebration Dinner Update

The Westhab family will no longer be able to gather in person on May 5th for our 2020 Building Communities. Changing Lives. Celebration Dinner. Instead, we will host a virtual event where we will pay homage to our honorees, recognize our generous supporters, and celebrate our impact. Our primary concern right now is the health […]

Join Us at Our 2020 Celebration Dinner

We hope you will join us at our 2020 Celebration Dinner on Tuesday, May 5, at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, New York to help us celebrate Building Communities and Changing Lives in Westchester County and beyond. We are fortunate to have four tremendous and deserving honorees for the celebration. We will be […]

Westhab Partners with Westchester County and Palladium Management to Provide New Affordable Housing in New Rochelle

New Rochelle, NY—Westhab is pleased to announce that a newly renovated building on Fountain Place in New Rochelle has reached full occupancy. 21 Fountain Place, which formerly served as student housing for Monroe College, received a substantial renovation to provide affordable and transitional housing for 52 families. The building is being leased by Westhab from […]

One Step Closer to Dayspring

On October 22, 2019, Westhab’s real estate development team, led by Senior Vice President Andrew Germany, headed to Manhattan for the financial closing of the $45 million Dayspring Campus project. The project includes the construction of Dayspring Commons (a 63-unit, brand-new, high-quality affordable and supportive rental building designed with families in mind) as well as […]

In My Backyard

Westchester County is blessed with great schools, transportation, business opportunities, and family amenities. But where is anyone to live? The low and moderate-income workforce that fuels Westchester’s economy—from the busboys clearing tables all the way to the teachers charged with educating our children—often live in counties to our north, New Jersey, Connecticut, and elsewhere and […]

Changing Lives—Eric’s Story

At the beginning of 2018, Eric was sleeping on his mother’s living room floor; his infant son was sleeping beside him in a portable crib. After living nearly 10 years in American Samoa, where he had worked primarily as a network engineer, Eric had just moved back to New York.  For 30 years, he had […]

My Summer Internship at Westhab

This post was authored by our summer intern, Fritz Pingel. Fritz, a Bronxville resident, is a recent graduate of The Masters School and will be attending Lafayette College in the fall. We were very lucky to have such a hard-working, competent young person in our office this summer. Click above to read his story.

Westhab’s 16th Annual Golf Classic Raises Over $198,000

What a day! It was a wonderful day of golf, dinner, and celebration at Westhab’s 16th Annual Golf Classic at GlenArbor Golf Club in Bedford Hills, NY. Along with the skill of many of our golfers, the generosity of our sponsors and friends was also on prominent display as we raised more than $198,000 to […]