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November 15, 2017

 

Dear Neighbor,

 

For 100 years, the Purchase Community House has been committed to developing citizenship and neighborhood pride. We are a private not-for-profit corporation located in the heart of Purchase. The Community House is the hub of activity in Purchase and surrounding neighborhoods. Our "Members" are those families residing in a home eligible to attend Purchase Elementary School including some "West Harrison" and some "Rye" mailing addresses.

 

The Community House provides a safe and nurturing place for our families and is a second home to many of our children. It is a place where values are taught and lasting friendships are made. I invite you to browse the rest of our website to learn more about our programs at www.PurchaseHouse.com.

 

As we celebrate our Centennial, we remember William A. Read, the Purchase Resident and philanthropist who first imagined, designed and paid for the construction of the Community House. He passed away before the grand opening on July 18, 1917 but his sense of community and generosity lives on every day inside the building named after him.

 

As you can imagine, a 100 year old building needs a lot of TLC. Each year we collect funds to maintain this historic building. The largely invisible projects are necessary to preserve this century old landmark. Your financial support of our Capital Fund Drive is vital to maintaining this facility.

 

Along with the entire Board of Directors, I ask you to support the PCH with a donation today.  We do not receive any funding from the Town of Harrison!  We rely solely on program fees and donations to maintain the House. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and your contribution is tax deductible as provided by law. You can download a donor form or Donate Online from this website to make your tax deductible contribution.

 

Your gift in any amount will enable us to continue this tradition.

 

Please join us in our commitment to community!

 

Christine Griff

Fund Raising Chair on Behalf of our 2016-17 Board of Directors:

 

Paul Abramson Justine Gaeta * Jini Sachse ***
Andrew Benerofe *** Christine Griff ** Scott Sherman
Mary Burton Marylee Liebowitz Sharlise Smith-Rodriguez
Loren Canell Thomas Manisero Robert Warshauer
Clare Conlin Cornelia Mrose Victoria Weinberg ***
Allison Danzig    
     
* Board President ** Fund Raising Chair *** Fund Raising Committee

 

As always, Capital Fund donors will continue to be duly recognized by giving level in future PCH publications and at future PCH events. While we know you do not give merely for publicity, your gift will undoubtedly motivate others in our community to join in this important quest.

 

If you would rather not be recognized in any formal listing of contributors, please indicate that on the donation form and include the form with your donation.  If you are donating online and wish to remain anonymous, please check the appropriate box on the online donation form before submitting your donation.

 

If you donated in the past and want to change how your name is listed, or if you are donating for the first time and want your name listed a particular way, please indicate that on the donation form and include the form with your donation. If you are donating online and want your name listed a particular way, please indicate how you want to be listed on the online donation form before submitting your donation.

 

Checks are made payable to Purchase Community, Inc., a tax-exempt, non-profit organization under I.R.S. code 501(c)(3). Donations are tax deductible as provided by current Tax Law.

 

If you work for an organization that offers a matching funds program, please consider exercising that option.