Willett Public Affairs warmly welcomes three new Westchester County-based clients to our firm: the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center, Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson, and the Hudson River Museum.
The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (www.hhrecny.org), is based in White Plains and serves Westchester and Fairfield counties. Since 1994, HHREC has brought lessons on the Holocaust, genocide, and human rights to over 1,500 teachers, helping fulfill the NYS mandate that the Holocaust be taught in schools. HHREC has received national recognition for combatting ignorance, hate, and violence with its innovative programming.
The Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson (www.shamesjcc.org), is a non-sectarian community center in Tarrytown that provides social, recreational, educational, social action, supportive service, wellness, and cultural programs and resources to individuals and families. At Shames JCC, people of all ages, cultures, and religions can take classes, exercise, swim, play sports, attend art shows, and engage in community service.
Founded in 1919 in Yonkers, the Hudson River Museum (www.hrm.org) aims to engage, inspire, and connect diverse communities through the power of the arts, sciences, and history. Visitors to this unique and beautiful museum on the Hudson can tour the permanent collection of American art, learn about the cosmos at the state-of-the-art planetarium, see a dance or music performance, and much more. The museum also engages in community outreach to area residents of all ages.
Willett Public Affairs is proud to represent these beloved local institutions that provide so much to the Westchester community, and we look forward to helping them grow and thrive!