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Year established: 1981
Number of full-time employees: 739
Number of part-time employees: 42
Annual revenue: $112,367,563
Geographic service area: Westchester and New York City
TOP FUNDING SOURCES:
NYC/Westchester Government: 60%
New York State: 20%
Private Foundations: 10%
Private Philanthropy: 10%
“For 41 years, Westhab has been building communities and changing lives with joy and passion so the communities we serve can thrive.”
—Richard Nightingale, President & CEO
Westhab’s mission is “Building Communities. Changing Lives.” Together with hundreds of our supporters, Westhab delivers hope and opportunity and fosters vibrant and just communities.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
Since our founding, we have created 1,094 homes representing an investment of $383 million. We have also moved 9,149 homeless households into permanent housing and placed 8,099 job seekers into employment. Westhab operates 15 homeless shelters in Westchester and New York City. Our 1,017-unit affordable housing portfolio comprises 39 multi-family rental buildings developed, owned, and/or managed by Westhab. We also operate three full-service employment centers in Westchester. Our nine youth programs provide 1,300+ kids each year with a safe and supportive environment to put them on pathways to long-term success.
Westhab holds two large fundraising events each year, our Celebration Dinner and our Golf Classic. In addition, supporters are encouraged to give to our annual appeal each December. At any time of the year, your support allows us to fill programmatic gaps, enhance the services we deliver, and ensure our clients are on the path to independence.
Westhab volunteers have the chance to engage with the communities we serve through our youth and adult education programs, summer camps, after-school programs, employment services, and our food pantry. Our brand new Dayspring Community Center in Yonkers will also present new and fun opportunities to lend a hand.
Rich Nightingale, President and CEO
Jim Coughlin, Chief Operating Officer
Andrew Germansky, SVP, Real Estate
Patricia Vitelli, SVP, Finance and Administration
Emily Behan, VP, Development
Jinja Cuevas, VP, Human Resources
Steve Myrthil, VP, IT
Valerie C. Smith, VP, NYC Shelter Programs
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jesse Krasnow, Chair
Robert H. Petrocelli, Jr., First Vice Chair
Cesar F. Pereira, Second Vice Chair
Jefferson C. Boyce, Secretary
Paul Turovsky, Treasurer
Betsy Hills Bush
Donna Jakubovitz Spector
Frederick K. Mehlman
The Rev. DeForest L. Raphael
Seth L. Rosen
Richard St. Paul, Esq.
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