You can make a difference!
Volunteers are ordinary people with extraordinary hearts!
To learn more about how you can get involved through remote volunteering, please reach out to our Director of Volunteer Services and Fund Development: Todd Bazzini at TBazzini@arcwestchester.org.
Calendar of Volunteer Events
- March 28th– THE LEFFELL SCHOOL (engineering project to help with daily tasks)
- April 13th – SCARSDALE HIGH SCHOOL (entrepreneurship project/making it easier to understand recipes)
- May 31st– RYE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL (a cappella group/ group singing session)
- June 15th– MORGAN STANLEY (cleaning greenhouse, making thank you cards for United for Troops)
- July 21st – IBM (karaoke)
- July 26th– WEBSTER BANK (baseball game with the Miracle League)
- August 25th – POLAR AIR (food competition)
- October 27th – REGENERON (STEM science project)
To learn how you or your company/organization can get involved in an in-person or virtual volunteer event, please contact Todd Bazzini at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet some of our amazing volunteers who were with us at the very start of the COVID-19 Pandemic!
Our mission is to provide innovative supports for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families, to build independence, achieve personal goals and strengthen community participation.
Whether you share a love for music, dance, reading, arts, sports, movies, tutoring, fundraising or helping out at special events, your time and talents can make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Most volunteer assignments and opportunities will be tailored to your expertise and interests. We will provide the necessary training and supervision to make sure your experience is meaningful and rewarding. You will have the opportunity to engage directly with people who participate in The Arc Westchester programs.
Which type of volunteer are you?
Thank you for your interest in The Arc Westchester! You are one step closer to making a difference. Please select the type of volunteer you are, and fill out your form:
Individual/Student– If you’re someone looking to make a connection and impact someone’s life, volunteering at The Arc Westchester could be for you! Are you a high school/College student looking to get your school involved? Or maybe someone with a talent you wish to share with others? No matter your age or background, we want everyone to get involved, and The Arc Westchester provides numerous possibilities for engagement!
If you are interested in an volunteer opportunity, please contact Todd Bazzini, Director of Volunteer Services and Fund Development, TBazzini@arcwestchester.org
Corporate Connections – Looking for a team building opportunity and a chance to make a difference? A day of volunteerism is a great way to leave a lasting impression on both your corporate community and the participants in our programs. Work with The Arc Westchester to help design a meaningful day experience for you and your staff. Together, we will encourage personal choice, socialization, and the ability of individuals to express themselves through various activities. If interested, please contact Todd Bazzini, Director of Volunteer Services and Fund Development, TBazzini@arcwestchester.org
Internship Opportunity – Are you a high school or college student looking for experience in our field? The Arc Westchester is a great place to get credits or valuable experience for a resume! Together, we will engage students in meaningful projects and opportunities with our individuals. If interested, please contact Todd Bazzini, Director of Volunteer Services and Fund Development, TBazzini@arcwestchester.org
Important Note: The Arc Westchester is required by New York State and agency policy to complete a comprehensive background check for certain volunteer engagement. Please allow 2-4 weeks after submitting applications to be contacted or placed in a volunteer program. The Arc Westchester is committed to securing your personal information while processing your volunteer application.