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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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JOIN US FOR ANOTHER INFORMATIVE & PRODUCTIVE EVENT TO EXPLORE AND DEVELOP NEW SOLUTIONS TO POVERTY IN WESTCHESTER

MARCH 10, 2022
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
LIVE AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE, PORT CHESTER

The Westchester Poverty Symposium is an opportunity for individuals to come together to learn about innovative, community-driven partnerships focused on helping those in need. At each event, we explore actionable solutions and sharing of strategies focused on creating systems that are effective.

FEATURING: A Fireside Chat with Clare Murray, Community Center of Northern Westchester and Limarie Cabrera, Westchester Children’s Association

Presentations from

Seth Diamond, Westchester Jewish Community Services

Kathy Halas, Child Care Council of Westchester

RISE (Rehousing in Supportive Environments)—a collaboration between Caring for the Hungry & Homeless of Peekskill (CHHOP), Lifting Up Westchester (LUW) and My Sisters’ Place (MSP)

COLLABORATE AND ERADICATE:
Navigating long-haul poverty and the complexities of systemic inequality