WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Junior League of Central Westchester (JLCW) successfully celebrated the launch of a new diaper program on Friday, March 27, at its "Big Night Out: Big Night, Big Causes, Big Impact."
More than 300 guests joined the JLCW in celebration of the launch and success of the JLCW Westchester County Diaper Bank.
The JLCW Westchester County Diaper Bank is a joint effort with the Westchester County government. “Diapers are a basic need for children – as essential as food and shelter,” said County Executive Robert P. Astorino. “I want to thank the Junior League of Central Westchester for this tremendous partnership. Along with the county’s Department of Social Services, together we are working to keep babies clean, safe and healthy.”
The event honored The Acceleration Project and its co-founders, Lisa Tretler and Jane Veron, for sharing in its commitment to tapping the potential of women.
Guests enjoyed food and drinks from local area restaurants and beverage purveyors, including Andreas 25 North, Caperberry Events, Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, Char, Dolphin, Frankie & Fanucci’s, Kumo Sushi Lounge, Lulu Cake Boutique, MS Walker, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Niko’s Greek Taverna, Penny Lick Ice Cream Company, Sapori, Slovenia Vodka, The Fresh Market, Usquaebach and Zachys Wine & Liquor.
Attendees were treated to a special musical performance by New York Yankee legend and Grammy nominated musician, Bernie Williams. Diana Gould, Ltd, Total Entertainment and Meagan Newhart Photography also contributed to the evening.
The JLCW thanked all its 2015 sponsors, particularly its Crown Jewel Sponsors, Pepe Infiniti, the host of Big Night Out, and Morgan Stanley, a founding sponsor of the JLCW Westchester County Diaper Bank.
Other sponsors included The Chubb Corporation, Neiman Marcus Group, Advocate Brokerage Corp., GEICO Local Office Westchester, Platinum Drive Realty, Simon Property Group, TD Bank, Sportime, Houlihan Lawrence, Clean Design and Coldwell Banker.
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