Thank you!


Dear Friend of the Y,


While we continue to face uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, one thing is clear: Because of the generosity of our donors, the Y has been able to deliver hot, nourishing meals to Holocaust survivors and other older adults, provide emergency cash assistance to our neighbors in need, create a robust virtual event platform for members and the public, and tried to retain as many full-time staff as possible.


Because of our donors, the Y is a community of hope and care. We are able to do so much for our neighbors — to foster a better quality of life for people of all backgrounds and to quickly respond to the community’s ever-changing needs. 


I’m proud to share Our Commitment to Our Community Never Wavers, a recent post by Y CEO Martin Englisher on the Jewish Community Center of North America blog. This snapshot of the Y’s efforts during the pandemic is a testament to our donors, funding partners, and program participants’ commitment to our community and to caring for the most vulnerable among us. 


On behalf of all those the Y serves, you have our deepest gratitude. 

Sincerely,
Victoria Neznansky
Chief Development and Social Services Officer

About the Y
Established in 1917, the YM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood (the Y) is Northern Manhattan’s premier Jewish community center — serving an ethnically and socio-economically diverse constituency — improving the quality of life for people of all ages through critical social services and innovative programs in health, wellness, education, and social justice, while promoting diversity and inclusion, and caring for those in need.

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Thank you!

Dear Friend of the Y, While we continue to face uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, one thing is clear: Because of the generosity of

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