Our Mission

We aim to restore hope to Westchester County's
men, women and children in need by providing them
with food, shelter and support -and lifting them to
greater self-sufficiency with dignity and respect.


 
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Our Story
& Vision

Almost 40 years ago, a bold group of parishioners at Grace Church identified an emerging homeless problem in Westchester County and stepped up to do something about it. They built the foundation for what is now Lifting Up Westchester.

Their values of a vibrant, healthy community that takes care of its neighbors in need remain our values to this day.

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A year-end gift of self-sufficiency is a gift that keeps on giving!

Your gift will help provide stable housing, vocational training, and opportunities for higher education for our neighbors in need.

Your donation must be made by midnight on December 31st to be eligible for a tax deduction in 2018.

 

Thanksgiving. Hanukkah. Kwanzaa. Christmas.
New Year’s.

With so many holidays on the horizon, we’ve rolled our seasonal activities into one program called Holiday Lift.

You can help make the holidays
cheery for our neighbors in need.
Find out how.


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2nd Annual Essay Contest

Contest is open to 7th - 12th graders in public, parochial, private, home school or youth programs in Westchester County.

“Why Second Chances are Important”
is the topic for the 2019 essay contest sponsored by Lifting Up Westchester.

For contest rules, deadlines and more information, click here.