“Great things are never done by one person
they are done by a team.”
(914) Cares is proud to support organizations that engage in critically important work supporting neighbors in need.
We are dedicated to providing supplemental food to underserved residents of Northern Westchester.
We strive for improving the health and quality of life of children with complex medical illnesses and disabling conditions.
Our primary mission is keeping the people of Westchester County healthy and strong, regardless of their ability to pay.
We seek to improve the well-being of those in need in Northern Westchester by providing food, clothing, programs, and resources.
We provide high quality, affordable care, and early education to a diverse group of children in a safe, healthy environment.
We are dedicated to creating a safe environment where children of all backgrounds are encouraged to discover the joy of theater.
Neighbor’s Link’s mission is to strengthen the whole community by actively enhancing the healthy integration of immigrants.
Our mission is to inspire all young people to realize their full potential as responsible and caring citizens.
We develop intergenerational programs to meet the literacy needs of the children in our community.
We serve our neighbors who are unemployed or have low incomes and provide enough food for several meals.
We provide care for children in a safe, nurturing, and enriching environment while their parents work.
Pleasantville Cottage School is one of the oldest and most respected residential treatment programs in the U.S. for children 7-16.
We deliver food to people who are unable to access local food pantries as well as provide food bags for special needs diets.
We serve families with a child who is actively in treatment for cancer or another life-threatening illness.
Each summer, 20 promising NYC high school students are invited to join our community to prepare for the rigors of college.
We organize & distribute food, clothing, furniture & housewares to U.S. Veterans in & around Westchester County.