The Reformed Church of Bronxville
Honored at Westhab Annual
Rich Nightingale (left) with Smita Pillai (middle) and Matt Waterstone (right) after Pillai accepts the Changing Lives Award on behalf of Regeneron and Waterstone accepts the Community Partnership Award on behalf of the Reformed Church of Bronxville.
On November 18, Westhab hosted their Annual Building Communities. Changing Lives. Celebration Dinner for the Dayspring Community Center at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase. This year’s dinner marked Westhab’s 40th Anniversary, as well as the culmination of Westhab’s Dayspring Campaign. With the generous support of friends and sponsors, the Celebration Dinner raised over $635,000 for the Dayspring Community Center.
Westhab was fortunate to have three tremendous and deserving honorees for the celebration. Westhab’s Building Communities Award was presented to Slate Property Group in honor of their generous support and partnership in buildinga affordable housing. The Changing Lives Award was presented to Regeneron in honor of their long-standing support for Westhab’s work in the community as well as their trailblazing work saving lives in Westchester County and beyond. The Reformed Church of Bronxville was honored with the Community Partnership Award in recognition of the congregation’s deep-rooted and generous support for Westhab and also for the important role it played in delivering the Dayspring Community Center to the Nodine Hill community.