The Humanitarian Award Dinner is the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester’s signature event providing one third of our annual budget for services to our kids and their families. It features a cocktail reception, plated dinner, live and silent auctions, as well as a live band and lots of fun! A tribute journal with our children’s art is distributed that evening and an online auction precedes the event.
The Humanitarian Award honors an individual for outstanding support of the Boys & Girls Club. It is presented for selfless contributions which have made a difference in children’s lives and the community’s future. This year, we are proud to honor Brian Skanes, the Club’s Executive Director for 21 years. His leadership has established the Club as one of the most respected youth service organizations in Westchester County, enriching thousands of children’s lives during his tenure.
The John Beach Award, also presented that evening, honors an individual, business, or other entity for outstanding support of the Boys & Girls Club. It will be presented to TD Bank for their generous financial support of our youth programming and services.
This year’s Dinner Committee leadership includes Event Co-Chairs Lisa Shrewsberry (Sponsorship and Tickets), Lee Manning-Vogelstein (Journal), and Linda Mahon (Auction).
Online Auction is now open – bid today!
For more information or to see how you can get involved, please contact Solveig McShea at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-666-8069 ext 105.
The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Please visit our website to learn more about how we serve the children of our community: www.bgcnw.com.
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The Boys & Girls Club of Northern
Westchester is a voluntary nonprofit corporation, governed by the Board
of Directors. Our purpose is to provide supervised recreation, physical
instruction, educational programs, cultural programs and social
programs for all youth in Northern Westchester County. More than 75
years ago, a dozen children
stepped through the doors of our first clubhouse in Mount Kisco. Over
the years, more than 100,000 area youth followed those first members,
and today we continue to serve 1,700 members annually, providing hope
and opportunity and a chance to BE GREAT.