PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Three hundred of Westchester's most influential and powerful people will join together to raise funds for a new center for healing sexually abused and exploited children and the Jewish Child Care Association's Cottage Schools for at-risk children at the first big social event of the year, "A Tree Grows In Pleasantville," on Saturday, Jan. 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The event will be held on JCCA’s Westchester Campus, at 1075 Broadway, Pleasantville.
“A Tree Grows in Pleasantville,” JCCA’s 10th annual cocktail party, will benefit the cottage schools’ programs and services for vulnerable children with serious emotional and family problems. The event will feature a special performance by the students and launching a new initiative called The Center for Healing Sexually Abused and Exploited Children.
Longtime Westchester resident Peter Hauspurg and benefit co-chairs Tema Bomback of Mount Kisco, Julianne Cohn Metzger of Chappaqua, Phyllis Neider of Briarcliff Manor and Judy Shapiro of Armonk will be in attendance.