Westchester Teens Lead Effort to Provide Humanitarian Aid and Supplies to Syrian Refugees on MLK Day

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PHOTO Left to Right:- Marci Brustman, 12th Grade, Solomon Schecter HS, from New Rochelle; Sarah Koestler, 12th Grade, Horace Greely HS, Chappaqua; Jordyn Glantz, J-Teen Leadership MLK Day Co-Chair, 12th Grade, Horace Greeley HS, Chappaqua

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~Teen Volunteers (Grades 8-12) Needed to Aid in
 
Westchester Countywide Volunteer Effort~
 
WHAT: J-Teen Leadership MLK Day of Service with AFYA Foundation and Westchester County Youth Council; Community Service Certificates will be provided for participants. Refreshments will be available
 
WHERE:  Westchester Reform Temple, 255 Mamaroneck Road, Scarsdale, NY  
 
WHEN:  Monday, January 16, 2017,10:00 am-1:00 pm; Press Briefing will begin promptly at 10:30 am

 

by Keynote Speakers,Teen Leaders, Danielle Butin of Ayfa Foundation and Dr. Georgette Bennett, Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees

 
DONATIONS NEEDED: J-Teen Leadership is looking for the donation of humanitarian supplies: Ace Bandages-Baby Blankets-Baby Diapers-Baby Hats- Bacitracin-Bandaids-Individual Hand Sanitizers-New Combs-Office Supplies-Penlights-Rain Boots-School Supplies-Soap-Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
 
The list of designated supply drop-off locations throughout Westchester can be found on the J-Teen Leadership website http://bit.ly/collect17
 
For more information: Contact Aviva Perlman, J-Teen Program Director and Leadership Coach, J-Teen Leadership, 914-328-8788, aviva@jteenleadership.org or register at http: // bit.ly/jteenmlkday17