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JDRF

JDRF’s vision is to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D), an autoimmune disease that strikes children and adults suddenly and lasts a lifetime. It requires constant carbohydrate counting, blood-glucose testing, and lifelong dependence on injected insulin. With T1D there are no days off, and there is no cure.

Type 1 diabetes affects millions of families. Nearly 16,000 youth and 15,000 adults receive a T1D diagnosis each year in the United States alone. The National Institutes of Health reports that T1D among people under age 20 rose by 23 percent between 2001 and 2009, and if unabated the prevalence of the disease will double every generation.

JDRF, the leading nonprofit funder of T1D research, is working every day to change that. Our plan will develop and commercialize an ongoing stream of life-changing therapies that keep people living with T1D healthy and safe now until a cure can be found. Currently, JDRF has $568 million at work around the world advancing this plan. Our research programs have made extraordinary scientific advances possible during the past decade and increased our understanding of the disease.

We are deeply grateful to our donors, families, and partners for their support of our vision and strategy. Together, we are turning Type One into Type None.

To learn more about how JDRF is creating a world without T1D, visit JDRF.org. or call your local chapter at 914-686-7700.

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Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps. (“SVAC”), provides the Scarsdale community with advanced life support ambulance service to patients of all ages experiencing a medical emergency. Advanced life support is one of the highest levels of pre-hospital care available, which SVAC provides 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. SVAC is staffed by a combination of paid paramedics and volunteer emergency medical technicians, and other appropriately trained volunteers. SVAC’s volunteers are residents of Scarsdale and its neighboring communities, dedicated to serving their neighbors despite their busy schedules as parents, homemakers, business executives, lawyers, teachers, accountants, tradespeople, engineers, health care providers and the like.

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Community Counseling Center Larchmont/Mamaroneck

In 1974, the Larchmont and Mamaroneck community came together to address the mental health needs of its youth, young adults, and families. The goal was to create an agency that would provide quality, affordable, and confidential counseling and psychological services. As a result, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Community Counseling Center, a public, non-profit charitable organization, was established. Today, the Center’s trained staff of professional psychologists and social workers provide discreet and compassionate care.

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Food Bank for Westchester

WHAT IS THE FOOD BANK? The Food Bank for Westchester is the core of the county’s emergency food distribution network. It solicits, acquires, warehouses and distributes food to over 265 front-line hunger-relief programs throughout the county, including food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and adult, child-care and treatment centers.The Food Bank provides over 95% of all the food these front-line programs distribute to feed some or all of the estimated 200,000 Westchester children, seniors and their families who are hungry or at risk of hunger. The Food Bank receives an average of 102,000 requests for food every month.. The Food Bank distributes about 14 tons of food a day and nearly 7.5 million pounds of food a year. To date, the Food Bank has distributed over 100 million pounds of food to feed hungry Westchester residents.

WHY HUNGER

Why Hungeris a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.


Juvenile_Diabetes_Research_Foundation_(logo)

Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation

JDRF’s vision is to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D), an autoimmune disease that strikes children and adults suddenly and lasts a lifetime. It requires constant carbohydrate counting, blood-glucose testing, and lifelong dependence on injected insulin. With T1D there are no days off, and there is no cure.

Type 1 diabetes affects millions of families. Nearly 16,000 youth and 15,000 adults receive a T1D diagnosis each year in the United States alone. The National Institutes of Health reports that T1D among people under age 20 rose by 23 percent between 2001 and 2009, and if unabated the prevalence of the disease will double every generation.

JDRF, the leading nonprofit funder of T1D research, is working every day to change that. Our plan will develop and commercialize an ongoing stream of life-changing therapies that keep people living with T1D healthy and safe now until a cure can be found. Currently, JDRF has $568 million at work around the world advancing this plan. Our research programs have made extraordinary scientific advances possible during the past decade and increased our understanding of the disease.

We are deeply grateful to our donors, families, and partners for their support of our vision and strategy. Together, we are turning Type One into Type None.

To learn more about how JDRF is creating a world without T1D, visit JDRF.org. or call your local chapter at 914-686-7700.

SVAC logo

Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps. (“SVAC”), provides the Scarsdale community with advanced life support ambulance service to patients of all ages experiencing a medical emergency. Advanced life support is one of the highest levels of pre-hospital care available, which SVAC provides 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. SVAC is staffed by a combination of paid paramedics and volunteer emergency medical technicians, and other appropriately trained volunteers. SVAC’s volunteers are residents of Scarsdale and its neighboring communities, dedicated to serving their neighbors despite their busy schedules as parents, homemakers, business executives, lawyers, teachers, accountants, tradespeople, engineers, health care providers and the like.

CommunityCouns.Center_logo

Community Counseling Center Larchmont/Mamaroneck

In 1974, the Larchmont and Mamaroneck community came together to address the mental health needs of its youth, young adults, and families. The goal was to create an agency that would provide quality, affordable, and confidential counseling and psychological services. As a result, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Community Counseling Center, a public, non-profit charitable organization, was established. Today, the Center’s trained staff of professional psychologists and social workers provide discreet and compassionate care.

Food Bank with tagline 4c for POL

Food Bank for Westchester

WHAT IS THE FOOD BANK? The Food Bank for Westchester is the core of the county’s emergency food distribution network. It solicits, acquires, warehouses and distributes food to over 265 front-line hunger-relief programs throughout the county, including food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and adult, child-care and treatment centers.The Food Bank provides over 95% of all the food these front-line programs distribute to feed some or all of the estimated 200,000 Westchester children, seniors and their families who are hungry or at risk of hunger. The Food Bank receives an average of 102,000 requests for food every month.. The Food Bank distributes about 14 tons of food a day and nearly 7.5 million pounds of food a year. To date, the Food Bank has distributed over 100 million pounds of food to feed hungry Westchester residents.

WHY HUNGER

Why Hungeris a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.

Greyston Foundation

onsistent with our social mission, profits from Greyston Bakery support the Greyston Foundation’s community development initiatives, including low-income housing, childcare, health services, and technology education. Greyston Foundation was created to help individuals forge a path to self-sufficiency. Today, Greyston Foundation has become a national model for comprehensive community development.

FOOD ALLERGY CLUB FOR TEENS

Over 15 million Americans have food allergies, with roughly 1 in 13 children affected. The Food Allergy Club for Teens (FACT) is based at Scarsdale High School and provides a safe space for teens with allergies, ongoing education, and awareness of major and less well-known food allergies. FACT seeks to ensure the presence of allergy-friendly foods in the school and at school events. A core component of FACT’s mission is raising funds for allergy research and has raised over $6,000 during the past three years. FACT donates all of the funds it raises to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), a national nonprofit focused on finding cures for food allergies.

At the Southern Westchester Food and Wine Festival, FACT is working with The Sweet Tooth to provide allergy-safe food options. We will be offering hand-dipped chocolate treats, with delicious options for individuals with sensitivity to peanuts, gluten, tree nuts and/or dairy. Additionally, we will be offering outstanding BBQ under the team name Sweet Smoke. Our cherry wood smoked pulled pork sliders will be made at the festival, and are free of peanuts, tree nuts and dairy, with gluten-free options. All proceeds from the sale of these delicious items will be donated to Food Allergy Research & Education.

For Directory (chocolates):
Scarsdale High School’s Food Allergy Club For Teens (FACT) is working with The Sweet Tooth to provide delicious chocolate treats, including an array of allergy-safe options. All proceeds will be donated to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), a national non-profit focused on finding cures for food allergies.

In the Healthy Eating Pavilion, FACT is offering hand-dipped chocolate treats, including chocolate dipped fresh fruit, chocolate dipped brownies, chocolate dipped rice krispies, and chocolate dipped pretzel rods, all with assorted toppings. All of our treats are free of peanuts and tree nuts, and we have dairy-free and gluten-free options, so everyone can enjoy. In the Kids Zone, FACT is offering chocolate dipped marshmallows, chocolate masks and mustaches― all are dairy, nut, peanut and gluten-free. Eat chocolate and support a great cause.

For Directory (BBQ):
Sweet Smoke is raising funds for food allergy research by doing what it does best – making great BBQ. We slow-smoke our pork all through the night, using our special rub, until we have achieved the perfect tenderness and balance of smoke and sweetness. The result is an unforgettable pulled pork slider. All proceeds from the sale of these sliders will be donated to Food Allergy Research & Education, a national non-profit focused on finding cures for food allergies. We use all-natural, preservative-free ingredients, relying on the magic of smoke and time. Our sliders are dairy, nut and peanut-free, and we offer gluten-free rolls so no one misses out. Sweet Smoke is operated by Newman Sweets.

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