Abbott House provides comprehensive and caring services for abused, neglected and abandoned children and their families, and for developmentally disabled children and adults.
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We at Abbott House are proud to share with you our history of service to children and families in need. These first fifty years have been marked with significant milestones of creative and innovative programs and major contributions to human services. We now stand ready to take on the challenges that the next decades will bring. With this in mind, we present to you the Abbott House FIFTY FORWARD Major Gift Campaign.
Monday, May 19
Elmwood Country Club
850 Dobbs Ferry Road
White Plains, NY 10607
Join us for the 16th Annual Abbott House Golf Outing. Swing into spring with more than 100 business leaders from the New York metropolitan area and Hudson Valley.
Watch our new video. Shown for the first time at our recent celebration, The Dignity of Family Life Award Dinner / 50th Anniversary Gala, this inspirational video celebrates the heritage, present programs and services, and the ongoing spirit that is the Abbott House family. Click here
Abbott House held its special event, The Dignity of Family Life Award Dinner / 50th Anniversary Gala, on October 24, 2013 at the Marina Del Rey in Throgs Neck, NY. To view the News12 Westchester video interview from this historic event, Click here
“The evening was an historic one for Abbott House,” said Abbott House President and CEO, James L. Kaufman. “We reconnected with our roots, celebrated our half-century of service, and set the stage for the future. There was a wonderful feeling of support and camaraderie among the guests and a real sense of pride for what we have accomplished and what we will continue to do. From the recorded voice of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. giving the invocation from the first Abbott House Dinner in 1965, to Al Roker’s acceptance speech, to the announcement of the Fifty Forward Campaign, to the 50th Anniversary video – it was an evening that will long be remembered.”