COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
Community Resource Center (formerly Hispanic Resource Center) was founded in 1998 to promote the cultural, economic, educational and professional integration of immigrants to the already established larger community and to advocate for those in need. We aim to provide the tools to prepare new immigrant families to become self-sufficient and active members of the community.
Over our 20 years in existence, we have grown from a community initiative designed and acting as a clearinghouse of information and referral services, to an organization that provides comprehensive direct client services and programs. We provide a host of educational programs, case management and referral services and advocate for immigrants and low-income families in need. In the past year, we served an estimated of 4,000 adults and children in three primary areas: Case management / social services; Educational programs and workshops; and Worker Center -job placement for men and women seeking employment.
Our vision is that through our own work and effective networking, the Mamaroneck community and Westchester County will celebrate and benefit from its cultural and economic diversity.
THE LARCHMONT AVENUE CHURCH
Indivisble Westchester is a movement of neighbors and friends working together to protect the core values of this great nation. We promote policies and legislation that promote the values of:
With a local focus, we support progressives running for office, and we hold elected representatives accountable. Together, we stand INDIVISIBLE.
LARCHMONT MAMARONECK HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
We are a diverse faith community singularly motivated by the teachings and example of Jesus, guided by reason and the truth of the Gospel. We reject status or privilege as a condition of membership, and behave so as to demonstrate the equal standing of all people. We are a beacon of light in the world, reaching outward to serve and comfort those in want or need within the community of Mamaroneck and its environs. We are faithful and deeply confident in our mission and ministry, and from that faith we welcome all seekers, searchers, and doubters. St. Thomas's Rev. Tami Burks is also the Priest in Charge at All Saint Episcopal Church in Harrison.
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF WHITE AMERICAN CULTURE, INC. (CSWAC)
Founded in 1995, the Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. (CSWAC) is a multiracial organization and a New Jersey nonprofit corporation. The governing Board of Trustees of CSWAC and the people who work with CSWAC are a multiracial group of educators and practitioners. Together they bring to CSWAC a collective body of knowledge and experience in theoretical and applied social science, social justice, race and ethnicity, and organizational training and development.
Our mission is to build an equitable society in the United States by decentering white culture and centering an anti-racist multiracial culture free of white supremacy. When you understand white American culture, you are better able to:
1. understand race in the United States
2. work effectively to create just and equitable organizations
CSWAC provides institutional trainings and public workshops; publishing books, papers and pamphlets; offering online services including website, occasional blog and FB page; organizing networking events such as occasional national conferences. All trainers do community organizing.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
A welcoming Episcopal community in Larchmont.