Please join us at the
2023 Keep Westchester Thriving Awards
Annual Meeting & Emerging Leaders Program Graduation
The NPW Board of Directors invites you to join Westchester’s celebration of the nonprofit sector — The only event of its kind in Westchester honoring a Nonprofit Individual Changemaker and Organization Changemaker. This event is not a fundraiser.
Pro Bono Partnership, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, provides free business and transactional legal assistance to other nonprofits. They recruit and support volunteer attorneys with a range of specializations to help nonprofits in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York achieve their goals, avoid risk, increase capacity, and better serve their constituencies.
United Way’s 211 Helpline offers health and human services information, referral, assessment, and crisis support to help callers find the assistance they need to address the everyday challenges of living, as well as those that develop during times of disaster and other community emergencies. 211 is a confidential and comprehensive service that has enabled government and not-for-profit agencies to realize concrete cost savings as well as increased customer service to residents throughout our service area.
Westchester Children's Association focuses on key issues that affect the most vulnerable young people in Westchester County. They are a key resource for socio-economic data, analysis and reports related to critical issues impacting Westchester’s youth.
Westchester Center for Racial Equity of the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester
The Westchester Center for Racial Equity provided a dedicated space for working towards racial equity in Westchester County. The Center is a hub for county wide training and other resources organizations and individuals committed to racial equity, racial justice, and antiracism.
The “Welcome Home Westchester” campaign is a collaborative effort of businesses, nonprofits, academics, faith leaders, community advocates, and think tanks that have extensively examined the housing question to drive forward a new conversation around housing in the county and to advocate for affordable housing. Recent hite papers, reports and resources offer facts on the importance and benefits of building the housing we need in Westchester.
The League of Women Voters of Westchester is a nonpartisan organization whose purpose is to promote informed and active participation in government. They provide resources and review and educate the community on issues and actions that impact the County as a whole.
Nonprofit organizations and government at all levels are essential partners in supporting the healthy functioning of our communities. Learn more about the resources of government partners, elected officials, the issues they are addressing and their legislative priorities.