COMMUNITY IS AGELESS
Given continued uncertainty about COVID-19, we have now made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person celebration. Instead, we plan an online fundraiser that will feature an online “journal,” including a short video presentation—with a launch date of October 14.
We will be honoring former Tuckahoe Mayor Steve Ecklond, Bronxville Chief of Police Christopher Satriale, former Bronxville Senior Citizens Board President Gail McCarthy, and our dear Fay Blasi, the longest-standing member of the Tuckahoe Senior Citizens before she passed away in February at 100 years old. We are so grateful for their contributions to our communities!
Please support our seniors by placing an ad in our online journal or by making a tax-deductible donation to the SCC, or both!!
If you purchased tickets for the original event, we hope you will consider their cost a donation, fully tax-deductible, of course. Your generosity will continue to sustain our most important initiatives, the Tuckahoe and Bronxville Senior Citizens.
If you have questions or would like more info
please contact Mary Liz Mulligan by email here or phone here.
Our sincere gratitude to our event underwriters for their
generous support of Senior Citizens Council and Cheers to 50 Years.
The Senior Citizens Council
has been a grassroots organization
within the communities of Tuckahoe and Bronxville,
in Westchester County, New York since 1970.
Our philosophy is based on the premise that aging is a normal developmental process and that seniors need peers with whom they can interact to avoid isolation and loneliness.
The Senior Citizens Council is the parent organization of Tuckahoe Senior Citizens, established in 1970, and Bronxville Senior Citizens, established in 1974.
Our work is effective and far-reaching: we provide important support and community for seniors who may not have contact or connection beyond their homes.
Senior Citizens Council is a 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization led by volunteers.
We are funded by grants, annual events and fundraisers.
February 2020, serving Valentine's Day Lunch to center members.
Our centers are closed until further notice due to the pandemic, although activities resume on Zoom in September. We will continue to be in touch with members and to notify them about any important developments through email or this website.
COMMUNITY IS AGELESS
Senior Citizens Council is a member of
The Community Fund, which supports activities and programs at Tuckahoe Senior Citizens and Bronxville Senior Citizens.