Thank you for expressing interest in the Yonkers Police Captains, Lieutenants and Sergeants Association’s charitable and community programs.

Our Association continues numerous activities aimed at funding community projects and increasing public awareness of the work our organization does in the city to foster a better relationship with the community. A portion of our funding will assist in facilitating many local youth activities and charities including junior golf, soccer, football, the scouts, The Riordan Children’s Fund, and the Yonkers League of the Westchester Association of Retarded Children.

Local arts and historical societies also benefit from our charitable budget. The Untermeyer Performing Arts Council, The Yonkers Conservancy, the Friends of Philipsie Manor Hall and the Yonkers Historical Society are all recipients of funding from the Yonkers Police Captains, Lieutenants and Sergeants Association.

In addition to hosting the Handicapped Children’s Christmas Party and our Handicapped Children’s Picnic every summer, we will continue to be a major contributor to many local scholarship programs. Through the generous support of the public during our annual fund raising drives, the CLSA was able to donate monies to the following worthwhile organizations:

American Cancer Society
The CLSA is proud to sponser the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to assure the development of means to cure and control cystic fibrosis and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease.
Elks Club
Enrico Fermi Scholarship Fund
Fine Arts Orchestra Society
Friends of Philipse Manor Hall
Philipse Manor Hall is a National Historic Landmark located in Yonkers, NY and operated as a museum by New York State. The Georgian style Hall evokes the era when Yonkers was the administrative center of a vast manorial estate owned by one of the richest families in colonial America. The web site features visiting information, a tour of downtown Yonkers, educational resources, and an archives section
Friends of the Sacramentine Sisters
The Sacramentine nun yearns to explore the contemplative dimension of her being in monastic solitude and silence. This order of the Blessed Sacrament and Our Lady, also known as the Sacramentine Nuns, was founded by the venerable Antoine LeQuieu, OP, at Marseille, France, in 1639. For three and a half centuries the sisters have maintained continuous adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament, replacing one another hour after hour by day and by night.
Gary Stymiloski Scholarship Fund
On February 24, 1985, during a routine traffic stop, Officer Gary Stymiloski was killed in the line of duty. A life time resident of Yonkers, New York, Gary Stymiloski was a graduate of Gorton High School.  After a brief period in the private sector, Gary embarked upon a career in law enforcement.  His first position was as a Police Officer with the Sloatsburg Police Department in New York.  On September 27, 1982, Gary became one of the first Police Officers with the newly formed Westchester County Department of Public Safety Service.  Gary’s talents as an Officer were recognized early.  He was assigned to the narcotics squad of the Detective Unit and worked undercover assignments.  His work was exemplified by winning the title of Police Officer of the Year 1984 by the Westchester County Police Pulaski Association.  When Gary’s assignment to the Detective Division concluded, he was assigned to the Patrol Division. To his family, fiancée, friends and fellow officers, Gary was a dedicated man.  Gary had worked as a youth officer in addition to his regular duties.  He loved white water rafting, camping, reading and was known to travel miles for a good hamburger.  He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
Gene Brody Scholarship Fund
Handicapped Children’s Christmas Party
Sponsored by the CLSA this is a festive, special party for handicapped children complete candy canes, cake, Santa Claus, presents and other goodies!
Handicapped Children’s Picnic
Jim Vetrano Scholarship Fund
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
With your help, we are moving research from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside, translating scientific advances into longer, healthier lives for those with diabetes. With your help, we are moving closer to our goal…a cure for diabetes and its complications. Mary Tyler Moore, International Chairman
Local 628 UFOA Scholarship Fund
March of Dimes
Check Point Sponsor
Muscular Dystrophy Association
At MDA’s home, you’ll find a searchable database of 230 MDA clinics and numerous publications, including versions of MDA’s Quest Magazine and The ALS Newsletter. Also, there’s away to Ask the Experts at MDA about current research developments and medical management of neuromuscular conditions.
Operation Santa Claus
“Operation Santa Claus,” as it’s referred to by Manhattan’s general post office, began more than 70 years ago when a handful of postal clerks rescued a few “Dear Santa” letters destined for the dead letter office. The wish lists were for food and clothing—appeals that reflected the hardship of the Depression.
Police Holy Name Society
  Race for the Cure
Susan G Komen Race for the Cure for Breast Cancer.
Rotary Club of Yonkers
Sacred Heart High School
Service Tours Inc.
Sponsoring the Children to Albany Program
St Ann’s Church
St. John the Baptist
Carnival Sponsor
The Salvation Army
The movement, founded in London in 1865 by William Booth has spread from Britain to many parts of the world. Salvationists (as members of the Army are called) come from many cultural backgrounds and enjoy an international fellowship knowing no barriers of age, sex or race.
Toglia Childrens Fund
Purchased bikes for needy children
Untermeyer Performing Arts Council
Virgin Mary Orthodox Church
Westchester Association for the Retarded
WestchesterARC serves people who have developmental disabilities and their families. Services include, adult day, guardianship, life planning, educational, residential, respite, and vocation.
Westchester Crime Stoppers
Westchester Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization and is funded by private donations from members of the public including individuals, businesses and other organizations.
Westchester-Putnam Special Olympics
Westchester-Putnam Special Olympics provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for all children and adults with developmental disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
Yonkers Boy Scouts Troop 4
Yonkers First & Finest Since 1910
Yonkers Historical Society
The Yonkers Historical Society web site features information on the organization, articles concerning the history of Yonkers, virtual tours and exhibitions.
Yonkers League of the Westchester ARC
Yonkers P.A.L.
Yonkers YMCA