GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Nature Center, now in its 41st year, is seeking contributions that will, it said, help it preserve its open space and educational programs.
The center said its 33-acre preserve provides homes for dozens of injured or neglected animals.
These special residents, in turn, help the children who visit learn and grow, it added.
Center officials said that one member recently shared that the preserve had been a “haven” for his family and son, who has special needs. The parent told them that it is one of the few places that his child “feels genuinely accepted.”
Besides making direct donations, folks can help by shopping on Amazon. By selecting Greenburgh Nature Center on Amazon Smile, a portion of the proceeds from their purchase will go to support the center's mission.
Lange’s, a Scarsdale deli, is donating a portion of proceeds from the sales of breakfasts, lunches, or dinners. Patrons should let the cashiers know that they are friends of the nature center.
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