60+ YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE MIGRANT FARMWORKER COMMUNITY OF ORANGE COUNTY NY:
The Warwick Area Migrant Committee (WAMC) provides daycare and family support services for the migrant worker population of Southern Orange County New York during the summer months. We believe all children deserve a safe place to stay while their parents work.
BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE
Your thoughtful donation can have a real impact positive in a child’s life and trigger a change that will create meaningful change in not just our community, but the larger world as a whole that will last for generations to come. The children we care for today will become the adults who lead and work in our world tomorrow.
A SMALL GIFT MEANS BIG THINGS
No donation is too small. Every dollar counts. The WAMC responsibility uses your donations and ensures that the money we are gifted goes directly to serve the children in the program.
Latest News & Updates
The Warwick Area Migrant Committee is currently accepting candidates for consideration of the following positions for our 2021 Summer Enrichment Program: Certified Teachers Summer Interns Outreach Worker If you are interested in applying, you can read more about each position and find out how to apply on our Careers page found here.
Once again for 2021 the Warwick Area Migrant Committee delivered Easter baskets to all the children whose families participate in our various programs. This Easter we gave out Easter baskets to 90 farmworkers’ children in the Warwick New York area. Some of the baskets were donated from Christ Church in Warwick, NY. The rest of […]
The Warwick Area Migrant Committee is launching a campaign to provide safety backpacks to the area farmworkers this April (2021). As the harvest season begins, many of the area farmworkers use Pulaski Highway as they walk or ride their bikes to the fields. There are no shoulders and limited lighting on the roads in the […]
Each session the Warwick Area Migrant Committee tries to have the children in our After School Homework Club program work on a group project together. Though the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us and changed how we go about this educational enrichment activity we have had much success in continuing to get the students involved in […]
The Warwick Area Migrant Committee will continue to offer its extra curricular and enrichments program for both adults and children into the Spring season of 2021. After much success in holding remote and on site classes with pandemic restrictions place this past Winter Session, our volunteers and staff have begun planning for continuing these programs […]