Please help us keep our programs functioning as we weather this crisis
As the nation and the state of New York struggle to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff of Cerebral Palsy of Westchester continues to meet the needs of the individuals we serve. As you can imagine, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges. We have been working hard to address increasing demands, stabilize losses from program suspensions, and retain our dedicated staff: our direct support professions, residential workers, nurses, clinicians, family care providers, teachers, aides and assistants, building and maintenance staff are our true healthcare heroes!
We are currently seeking relief through a variety of sources, including the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program for nonprofits, as well as emergency grants to nonprofits through state and local entities. All of these funding streams, however, take time. Your donation today will most certainly make a difference.
Please give what you can.
About Cerebral Palsy of Westchester: Our programs serve over 1,000 adults and children, employing over 450 teachers, direct support professionals, nurses and administrators. Since 1949, CPW has made it possible for individuals with disabilities to reach their potential and realize their dreams. Through our educational programs, state-of-the-art therapies, vocational training, recreational programs, and group residences, CPW has enabled thousands of children and adults to overcome serious challenges and lead more fulfilling, independent lives. It is through the support of people like you that CPW can provide individuals with disabilities the ability to lead more fulfilling, independent lives. We are grateful for your generosity, especially at this time. Together we make a difference!