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November 11, 2013
Roy Stillman Receives County Proclamation from Legislator Ryan
Recognized for generosity toward Westchester Jewish Community Services
Mamaroneck, NY – (November 11, 2013) – Roy Stillman, Esq., President of Stillman Property Management, recently was recognized for his generosity toward Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) with a proclamation from County Legislator Bill Ryan. In addition to serving as a long-standing WJCS board member, Stillman received honors for donating space at 170 East Post Road in White Plains for the WJCS Pass It On Kid’s Kloset and leasing space at below-market cost to the new WJCS Taft Community Room located at the same address.
“It is an honor and privilege to serve WJCS and to help them the community,” says Stillman. “WJCS is using our space at 170 East Post Road to improve the lives and futures of those in need.”
The Taft Community Room provides a social space for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, hosting such programs as POINT (Pursuing Our Independence Together) and a Supper Club social group. An all-volunteer effort, Pass It On Kid’s Kloset relies on donations of children’s clothes, diapers and strollers to pass on free of charge to families who cannot afford them. It clothed more than 1,000 local children in 2012.
“Roy's dedication to his community is inspiring and he has truly made Westchester a better place to live and work,” says Barry Kaplan, President, WJCS Board of Directors. “As a board member, businessman, philanthropist and advocate, his efforts on behalf of WJCS are so instrumental in helping the agency provide opportunities for 20,000 people annually, from pre-school children to frail older adults, to live successful, independent and dignified lives. Roy Stillman and Stillman Property Management exemplify the value of public-private partnerships between the not-for-profit and business worlds in strengthening Westchester for all residents.”
Stillman Property Management has a rich history of support for WJCS and its programs. The company’s proud reputation as a leader in philanthropy matches the pride and care it takes in all of its property management services for co-ops, condominiums, rental buildings and commercial spaces.
Stillman Property Management is located 141 Halstead Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y. The firm can be reached at 914-813-1900 or online at www.stillmanmanagement.com
About Stillman Property Management
Stillman Property Management (www.stillmanmanagement.com) is a full-service property management firm for over 100 condominiums, cooperatives and rental properties in the greater New York metropolitan area. Established in 1985, Stillman is a family-owned company with roots dating back to the early 1940’s. Headquartered in Mamaroneck, N.Y., Stillman Property Management uses a unique team approach to develop specialized management programs for each individual property, implementing administrative, financial and maintenance procedures geared toward optimal operation. With a combined experience of more than 75 years, the firm’s senior partners fully understand the onsite management process for complexes large and small.
About Westchester Jewish Community Services
Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is one of the largest non-profit, non-sectarian human services agencies in Westchester, serving 20,000 people annually at 70 clinic-, school-, community- and home-based locations throughout the county. The agency’s integrated network of services includes mental health treatment and counseling, child and youth development programs, residential and non-residential programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, home health and geriatric services, and programs for the Jewish community. The highest level of professional development is offered through the WJCS Educational Institute.
Westchester County Legislator Bill Ryan (left) presents Stillman Property Management president Roy Stillman (right) with a proclamation in recognition of his generous service to Westchester Jewish Community Services. (High resolution photo available upon request)
Mindy Hermann/Kevin Zawacki