Below, please find the latest 914Cares initiatives that are in progress and need community support.

Where to Donate Formula

Here at 914Cares, the heart of what we do is centered around giving every child a fair shot at good health and happiness. So needless to say, we’re distraught over the formula shortage that our nation is facing.
We’ve consulted our trusted community partners, and encourage anyone with formula *already in your home* to donate to drop it off at one of the below locations. Please do NOT go seeking out new formula to purchase for the purpose of donation, as this can disrupt an already troubled supply.
  • Westhab, 123 E Post Road, White Plains *Enfamil only! Ask for Angela or Jessica in Childcare*
  • Fred’s Pantry, 137 N. Division Street, Peekskill (Saturday mornings only)
  • Mt Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, 107 W 4th St, Mt Vernon
  • Community Center of Northern Westchester, 84 Bedford Road, Katonah
  • Mt Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry, 300 Main St, Mt Kisco
  • Port Chester Carver Center, 400 Westchester Ave, Port Chester
  • HOPE Community Services 50 Washington Ave, New Rochelle

914Cares Diaper Drive

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914Cares Period Supplies Drive

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914Cares Clothing+ Drive

Most Urgent Needs:
Winter clothing

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Developing strategic partnerships with over 80 community organizations and a developing more holistic approach to poverty in Westchester, 914Cares has evolved for optimal impact.

Our beginning

914Cares was started when our founders became aware of people living in poverty right next door. Through their involvement with local organizations, the stark reality of how many of our neighbors were living in poverty was shocking. They saw an opportunity to make things better, and got to work.

Evolution to help more broadly and efficiently

We learned 1 in 4 local residents and 4 in 10 children are living in poverty today — our neighbors, in our community. The people we wanted to help went beyond simple statistics, they were individuals that deserved the same level of respect and dignity that we had for ourselves. Inspired by these experiences and our growing base of energetic supporters, we pushed ahead by:

  • Incrementally expanding from a Northern Westchester focus to a much broader effort that now involves more than 80 nonprofit partners all across our county.
  • Listening to our partner organizations, learning from them about what’s most needed, and responding to those needs quickly and efficiently.

Moving forward, we will continue to forge ahead, embodying what it means to be part of a community and what it means to care.

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