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Join Us Friday, April 5, 2019 To Celebrate & Support Local Volunteerism

Register Online by March 22, 2019

Breakfast Benefit & Awards: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Networking Reception: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
 
Westchester Marriott, 670 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY
 

 

 
Volunteers Are Important
 
We value volunteers because they are important. Volunteers have the power to transform both our community and individual lives. Watch above to see just a glimpse of the joy and impact that comes from service.
 
Joining us at the 2019 Volunteer Spirit Awards on Friday, April 5 is one of the best ways you can support local volunteerism. This special breakfast event is our one-and-only benefit of the year, raising mission-critical funds to inspire thousands of volunteers into action each year.
 
With your ticket to #VOLSPIRIT19 you're also supporting: 
 
  • Major community-wide days of service
  • Free one-on-one volunteer consults with a specialist
  • Leadership Westchester & board service programs
  • RSVP of Westchester for adults 55+
  • Integrated & inclusive volunteering through our RISE program
  • Hundreds of local nonprofits we help with volunteer recruitment 
  • Inspiring acts of empathy and kindness
  • The recognition of outstanding local volunteer efforts
  • Youth mobilization and free access to the Youth Volunteer Guidebook App
 
If you're unable to attend, please consider making a donation in support of our mission.
 
P.S. Your ticket to #VOLSPIRIT19 is also a seat at one of the most beloved, feel-good events of the year! You'll get to hear from truly exceptional volunteers who are making a difference right here in your own community. Get your seat before the March 22nd deadline!
 
 

 
For event sponsorship opportunities or any questions related to the Volunteer Spirit Awards
please contact Elisabeth Vieselmeyer at evieselmeyer@volunteernewyork.org or 914-227-9307
 

 

2019 Volunteer Spirit Award Winners

 

Education & Literacy Award

Bud Kroll

Yonkers Partners In Education

Presented by Ranger Ready Repellents

 

Going Green Award

Filippine Hoogland

Bedford2020

Presented by Con Edison

 

Quality of Life Award

Barbara Jenkel

Northern Westchester Hospital

Presented by the Westchester Community Foundation

 

Transformation Award

Angela Chan

YAI-Westchester

Presented by WMCHealth

 

Social Advocacy Award

John McQuade

Housing Action Council

Presented by PCSB Bank

 

Youth Leadership Award

Chantal Loaiza

Songcatchers

Presented by PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP

 

Legacy Award Winner

Albert D. (Doug) Rogers,

New York Life

Presented By The Board of Volunteer New York!
 
 

 

The Volunteer Spirit Awards In The News:

 

 

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Event Sponsors


As of 3/11/19

Con Edison

Entergy

The Gallin Family

Lifestyle Westchester

New York Life

NewYork-Life

PCSB Bank

PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP

Ranger Ready Repellents

Regeneron

SL Green Realty Corp.

Mark and Jody Rollins

McKool Smith

Sterling National Bank

Webster Bank

Westchester Community Foundation

White Plains Hospital and Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

WMCHealth

 

Thank You To Our Corporate Champions!

 
 
 

Announcing The 2019 Volunteer New York! Legacy Award Winner

Albert D. (Doug) Rogers is Corporate Vice President at New York Life and has been with the company for over 26 years. He began his career as a customer service associate and continued to rise through the ranks using his practical problem-solving skills. Today, Doug manages day-to-day business operations for internal and external providers of corporate services at the New York City, Westchester, Clinton, New Jersey and Jersey City campuses.
 
Doug is also a graduate of the 2009 Class of Leadership Westchester. Immediately upon graduation Doug joined the Board of Volunteer New York!, and shortly after was elected to lead the organization as board chair with his calm, consistent and caring support of our mission and our people. In 2012, Doug was honored as the Leadership Westchester Alumnus of the Year for achievements based on his belief in the transformative power of volunteerism.
 
For over 17 years, Doug's personal experiences have also driven his volunteer efforts with the First Baptist Church of South Orange and he was ordained as a Deacon in 2004. As a volunteer leader, Doug is involved in the church's SHARE (Self-Help and Resources Exchange) program whereby individuals volunteer their time in exchange for healthy affordable food. He has served as a quiet role model to many and is an inspiration to us all. 
 
We hope you will join Volunteer New York! in honoring Doug on Friday, April 5, 2019. Tickets and journal ads are now available. Click here for additional sponsorship opportunities or please call 914-227-9307 for more information.
 

 

Benefit Committee


In formation

Susan Kushner, Co-Chair

Robert Cordero, Co-Chair

Gayle Binney

Celia R. Brown

Betty Cotton

Janine Daughtry

Angela Derecas Taylor

Dorothy Cuhna

Linda Kelly Fauci

Norman H. Fulton

Jeanette Gisbert

Jean Glassman

Irwin Goldberg

Hon. Tim Idoni

Bob Knight

Marjorie Lang

Dr. Tyrha M. Lindsey-Warren

Matthew G. McCrosson

William M. Mooney Jr.

Wendy Nadel

Pasquale Palumbo

Markham F. Rollins III

David Severance

Geri Shapiro

Joanna Straub

 

 

 

Board of Directors


Michael Grossman, Chair

Valerie Mason Cunningham, Vice Chair

Joseph L. Ali, Vice Chair

Joanne Taylor, Treasurer

Ally Gallin, Secretary

Erica R. Aisner

Traci Bauer

Celia R. Brown

Jessie Cruz

Julia Emrick

Jay T. Glassman

Jill Gottlieb

Jonathan Hotz

Joanne Kirkpatrick

Susan Kushner

Alissa Kosowsky

Grant Mitchell, M.D.

Joel Mitchell

Cindy Ostrager

Robert Pisano, Jr.

Jared R. Rice, Esq.

Steven Sonet, Esq.

Felix Tapia

Marissa Weidner

Michael Welling

 

 

Abbe P. Stein, Esq., Ex Officio

Markham F. Rollins, III, Strategic Advisor

Marjorie Lang, Strategic Advisor

 

 

 

Thank You To Our 2019 Steering Committee


Joanne Kirkpatrick, Chair

Ally Gallin

Jean Glassman

Kourtney Ketterhagen

Susan Kushner

Abbe P. Stein. Esq

 

 

 

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