We Made Great Progress for Westchester’s Children in 2014!

2014 Annual Report for Westchester Children's AssociationLast year was a big year for Westchester Children’s Association. We celebrated our 100th birthday, and it was a year of rededication and growth as children’s advocates.

Most importantly, with your help we made great progress for Westchester’s children and youth in 2014. In the words of WCA Board President, Catherine Draper,

“As I look back on 2014, WCA’s Centennial Year, I’m both proud of all that we have accomplished and excited to imagine the possibilities for going forward.”

It is in that spirit that we are pleased to present WCA’s 2014 Annual Report on our critical work improving the odds for young people in Westchester County.

This successful advocacy was only possible through the support of our staff, Board of Directors, Advisory Council, community partners, concerned citizen activists, and many generous donors. Thank you!

Highlights from WCA’s 2014 Annual Report

Victories for Children from WCA's 2014 Annual Report

  • Victories for children in 2014
  • Photos and infographics
  • Stories of lives changed through WCA’s advocacy work
  • Statistics on our growing community of child advocates
  • An update on the Centennial Campaign
  • Financial Profile for 2014
  • And most importantly, a sincere thank you to our generous donors!

Thank you so much for helping Westchester Children’s Association to remain effective as children’s champions. With your help and the help of many supporters and partners, we achieved so much for Westchester’s young people last year. We invite you to take a look at the 2014 Annual Report!

View WCA's 2014 Annual Report