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Philanthropy is the core of our organization; fundraising and volunteer service are its pillars.  In the last five years alone, the Club has given more than $100,000 to charities the Club supports in the city and Westchester county.

     *The Philanthropy Committee raises funds and disburses them to city and county charities.

     *Thrift Shop volunteers run the Thrift Shop at the White Plains Presbyterian Church in conjunction with the Scarsdale Woman's Club and Hitchcock Presbyterian Church.

     * The Marking Committee meets each Tuesday to prepare and price Thrift Shop clothing and bric-a-brac donations.

      *WICS (Women in Club Service) meets once a month to make bed pads for Rosary Hill Home, wheelchair tote bags for Burke Rehabilitation Center, and holiday favors for Meals-on-Wheels and Visiting Nurse Service. 
Sgt. Robert Zaccaria, says THANK YOU... to everyone who contributed SNACKS for SOLDIERS.   He and his comrades report that they have received our packages in their remote location in Afghanistan.   Snacks for Soldiers is an on-going philanthropy. To contribute or to get more information contact Peggy Robinson at  914 428 1942 
This year's Corks and Forks was a huge success, thanks to the hard work of Maryann Martin and her committee.  PEACE Outside Campus, The Lindsey M. Bonistall Foundation was this year's beneficiary. The highlight of the event was the mini Yankee mustang. 
                 THE THRIFT SHOP 
                             at the
                   WHITE PLAINS 
           PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
                                         39 North Broadway 

                HOURS     TUES  9:30am - 4:45PM       
    FIRST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH  9:30AM - 1PM 

        ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT LOCAL CHARITIES 
              CHECK OUT OUR NEW CRAFT CORNER!
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CANDIDATES FORUM HELD AT WCOWP
This event was very popular with over 100 people from the community coming out to hear Terence Guierrere and Nadine Hunt-Robinson's views on local issure. Pictured are Digna Reus, Nadine Hunt-Robinson, Terence Guerriere and Eileen McGarvey

 Pictured above are Maryann Martin, David Buchwald, Nita Lowey, Kathleen and Mark Bonistall
VOLUNTEER
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                                                           SOLES 4 SOLES

We will be collecting new or used shoes for the city's shoe drive in April. SO DON'T THROW OUT THOSE OLD SHOES YET. DONATE THEM TO THIS WORTHY CAUSE. All shoes accepted. Thanks

Toys Donated to White Plains Youth Bureau
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