Paving the Way

In commemoration of the 100th birthday of Jewish Child Care Association’s Pleasantville Campus, we are pleased to announce the launch of Paving the Way: The Cottage Schools Brick Campaign, a new fundraising effort to support the vital work of JCCA’s residential treatment programs.

One of the primary goals on the Campus is to help our residents develop and maintain permanent relationships with their own family and extended family: birth parents, foster parents, siblings, and other relatives. To develop and maintain these relationships, we will be constructing a Family Visiting Area, a lovely outdoor space.The Family Visiting Area was designed by campus volunteer Laura Cohen and her company, Dig-It Landscape Design, pro bono.

As generous donors have already contributed the funds needed to build the visiting area, all proceeds from this campaign will go directly to the programs for the youth on our campus.

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Small Brick (4x8 in)
A small (4"x6" brick) can be inscribed with up to 3 lines of text (20 characters per line) to commemorate loved ones or honor your family while demonstrating your commitment to helping children in need.
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$100.00 

Large brick (8x8 in)
Commemorate loved ones or honor your family while demonstrating your commitment to helping children in need. Your 8 x 8 in brick can be inscribed with up to 6 lines of text (20 characters per line), and it includes a beautiful image of a tree underneath the text.
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$200.00 

Bench
Benches in the Family Visiting Area will provide campus residents with a place to rest, read or just relax while visiting with family members in a lovely outdoor space. For your donation, JCCA will install a plaque engraved with a personalized inscription as a permanent reminder of your contribution.
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$1,000.00 

Tree
Your gift of a mature tree will offer shade and shelter to residents and their friends and family members as they enjoy the Family Visiting Area. JCCA will install a plaque engraved with a personalized inscription as a permanent reminder of your contribution.
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$5,000.00 

Flower Garden
The Family Visiting Area will include hundreds of flowers to help create a colorful, peaceful, and inviting â'oeoutdoor living roomâ' where campus residents can visit with family and friends. For your donation, JCCA will install a plaque engraved with a personalized inscription as a permanent reminder of your contribution.
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$10,000.00 

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