Helping our neighbors
Women's March January 2020
Thank you to everyone that joined us this year!!!
Credits: Speakers: Schoquilla Colemen (Independent Living Coordinator of Family Services of Westchester) & Tameka Mclean (Executive Director), H.A.W.T's Intern: Leigh-Anna Nielsen, Videographer/Photographer: Anatola Araba Pabst, Volunteers via Volunteer NY & Oryce W. representing Swing Phi Swing (Social Fellowship) Gift Bags: from H.A.W.T Muse Donors, Shiseido Americas and The Beauty of Helping Others and Family Services of Westchester
Meals on Wheels
In February, March, May, June, July and August we worked with a wonderful program via Volunteer NY. Meals on Wheels has been around since 1974.
They do an amazing job in minimizing hunger within and around Rockland and Westchester counties. To learn more please visit their website by clicking here.
This Holiday Season H.A.W.T is conducting it's first Fundraiser!!! We're excited to announce that we have partnered with Family Services of Westchester.
Please visit our "Toiletries For Foster Care Youth" fundraiser page by clicking the below.
Holiday Season 2019
This year because of an amazing organization (Volunteer New York), we were capable of participating in our local annual Thanksigiving-in-a-box food drive for the needy.
If you want to join our team next year, feel free to Contact Us. Next year we're looking to donate more boxes to this wonderful cause.
Local Diaper Bank
The Junior League of Westchester, gives families in need a weeks supply of diapers. This past September, we assisted The JLCW Diaper Bank Committee with the sorting of 50,000 diapers and wipes that were donated.
Diaper Deprivation is another subject we all don't think about on the daily, but it exists. Let's all find a way to contribute to yet another silent epidemic. Thank you.
This past 9/11 we worked with both Volunteer NY and "1 Change at a time" at the 9/11 Serve and Remember.
"1 Change at a Time" provided the community with an opportunity to help feed the hungry by making one PB&J sandwich at a time. We met such wonderful people and it was a joy to know that we contributed to the minimization of hunger in our community.