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Community Fund Announces New Officers; Jim Rotenberg, President

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By Donna Ruhanen, Marketing Chair, The Community Fund


Oct. 18, 2017:  The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe recently named Jim Rotenberg as its new president for the 2017-18 year. He succeeds outgoing president Neal Denning.

Jim has been a member of the board of The Community Fund since 2010 and has served in many capacities for the organization, including as both evaluations and golf co-chair. He and his wife, Ellen, have five children ranging from ages 7 to 14 years old. Rotenberg graduated with a master's degree from St. Bonaventure University and is a professor in the school of business at Monroe College. An active member of the community, Jim sits on the Lawrence Park West Homeowners Association. 

"During my six-year tenure on the board of directors, I have gained much insight into how our mission positively affects our community," said Rotenberg. "My numerous roles within the organization have afforded me the opportunity to see firsthand the impact the Fund has on our neighbors," Rotenberg continued. "As we enter The Community Fund's 98th year, I am proud to share that we continue to enhance the lives of our neediest residents. With many generous donations, we can assist and support over 20 social service agencies and local community programs that serve the residents of Bronxville, the Bronxville PO area, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe."

Other appointments for the 2017-18 board are William Rizzo, president-elect; Kate Hargrove Ramundo, secretary; Susan Conniff, treasurer; Jennifer Lescott and William U. Knox, investment chairs; Donna Ruhanen, marketing chair; Annette Healey Dowling and P. Douglas Meyer, Bronxville campaign chairs; and Michael A. Calano and David Scalzo, Eastchester and Tuckahoe campaign chairs.

New to the board are Ryan Anderson, Lisa Bodell, Susan Conniff, Gary Garofalo, Chris Kreig, Amy Parsons, and Jeff Ungvary. They will be joining current board members Robert Castano, Jennifer Nelson Colao, Ashleigh Donovan, Kristen Evans, Barbara S. Eustis, Thomas Giordano, Frances Harris, Rosetta McArdle, Kevin McNeill, Thomas Sipple, Albert Van Ness, Mark J. Welshimer, and Kiri Wolfe.

"Jim is a huge asset to The Community Fund board," said Amy Korb, executive director of The Community Fund. "His knowledge of our community, as well as his experience in many different roles within the Fund, make him well suited for his new role." Ms. Korb added, "I look forward to partnering with this dynamic board to further the impact of the Fund and to be able to reach as many of our residents as possible." 

The Community Fund is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1919 to enhance the quality of life and provide assistance to all residents of Bronxville (including the Bronxville PO areas), Eastchester, and Tuckahoe.

For 98 years, The Community Fund has been proud to give locally to support our most important local needs. For more information, please contact Amy Korb at 914-337-8808.

Pictured here:  Jim Rotenberg, the new president of The Community Fund for 2017-2018.  

Photo courtesy Amy Korb, Executive Director, The Community Fund

 

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Community Service Organizations Directory

Community Service Organizations

Bronxville Beautification Council

Organized in 1982 and incorporated in 1993, the Bronxville Beautification Council (BBC) is a not for profit organization administered by a Board of Directors. Its mission is to enhance and maintain the natural and man-made beauty of Bronxville Village, with emphasis on the downtown business district of Bronxville. The BBC uses the dollars raised in its annual spring solicitation letter to residents to fund the mum, tulip and summer flower plantings downtown and at traffic intersections, as well as the summer hanging baskets. Every few years the group spearheads such major endeavors as the renovation of Leonard Morange Square on the west side of the railroad tracks and the beautification of the Lawrence Hospital traffic circle, which included the addition of plants and the building of the fountain that now makes a gracious western portal to our town. The BBC also works with other civic groups to monitor the aesthetics of retail signage, the consistency of sidewalk materials, and litter and graffiti. During Beautify Bronxville Week, the BBC sponsors a poetry reading and works with Scout groups on the annual village clean-up. 

Bronxville Beautification Council
PO Box 127
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-779-6123


Bronxville Boy Scouts

The village of Bronxville has a long tradition of scouting. “The troops and packs of Bronxville have maintained the finest scouting organizations and have taught the boys of the Bronxville area to be leaders and outstanding members of the local, national and global communities.”

There are several Boy Scout Troops in Bronxville, including Troops 1, 2, 4, and 5. 

https://www.scoutcabin.org/


Bronxvillle Girls Scouts

The Girls Scouts is “the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world.” In Girl Scouts, “girls discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together. Through the many enriching experiences provided by Girl Scouts, they can grow courageous and strong.”


Bronxville Historical Conservancy

The Bronxville Historical Conservancy was founded in 1998 to further the understanding and appreciation of the history and current life of the village. The Conservancy furthers its mission through the presentation of programs, publications, lectures and special events that foster an awareness of the village's architectural, artistic and cultural heritage, and lends its support for projects designed to strengthen and preserve those legacies. Anyone who is interested in the Bronxville and its history can become a member; varying levels of membership are available. 

Bronxville Historical Conservancy
PO Box 989
Bronxville, New York 10708

http://bronxvillehistoricalconservancy.org/

 


Bronxville School Foundation

The Bronxville School Foundation, founded in 1991, is a non-profit organization independent from the school with the sole purpose of supporting the school. The Foundation raises money each year through donations from school families, community members, and alumni, among others.These contributions fund grants that provide cutting-edge technology, innovative programs and curriculum and other resources that are beyond the scope of public school funding.

177 Pondfield Road
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-395-0515 

https://www.bronxvilleschoolfoundation.org/


Bronxville Women’s Club

The Bronxville Women’s Club offers lectures, exhibits and concerts. It also has a beautiful clubhouse which is available for rental for events.

135 Midland Avenue
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-337-3252
www.bronxvillewomensclub.org


Bronxville Youth Council

The Bronxville Youth Council provides volunteer and leadership opportunities for high school students in the village of Bronxville.

177 Pondfield Road
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-395-0500 ext 1789


Counseling Center

Founded in 1971, the mission of the Counseling Center “is to provide a wide range of psychotherapeutic and counseling services to individuals, couples and families by a staff of highly trained, experience and dedicated psychotherapists. 

The Counseling Center
180 Pondfield Road
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-793-3388
www.counselingcenter.org


Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester & Tuckahoe

The mission of the Community Fund is “to support broad social services in Bronxville 10708, Eastchester and Tuckahoe through grants and technical support to local agencies and community projects. All money raised here in our community stays here in our community.” 

15 Park Place
Bronxville, New York 10708
914-337-8808
www.thecommunityfund.org


Friends of the Bronxville Library

The Friends of the Bronxville Library is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to focus attention on the “Library’s services, facilities and needs” as well as sponsor projects and provide materials that are beyond the reach of the Library’s regular budget and perform other services. 


Junior League of Bronxville

The Junior League of Bronxville is “an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.”

www.jlbronxville.org


Rotary Club of Bronxville

The mission of the Rotary Club of Bronxville is to “encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and to encourage and foster (1) the development of friendships within the community as an opportunity for service, (2) high ethical standards in business and professions, (3) the application of the ideal of service of each member to his personal and business and community life and (4) the advancement of international understanding, good will and peace through a world fellowship.” 


Senior Citizens of Bronxville

Senior Citizens of Bronxville is a not-for-profit organization that provides services and programs to seniors within the 10708 zip code area. “Programs cover a wide range of activities from educational seminars and cultural enrichment, to community services, bridge classes and exercise.”

https://www.bronxvilleseniors.org/

 

 



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