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.
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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 will be holding its Annual Community Dinner Fundraiser on Sunday; May 19, 2019 from 4 pm through 6 pm at the Warwick United Methodist Church (135 Forester Ave.; Warwick, NY 10990). Tickets are available at a suggested donation price of $35 per person. Tickets must be purchased by Friday; May […]
SUMMER TEACHER INTERN POSITIONS OPEN Applicants Who Enjoy Working With Children Needed to Work Mondays – Fridays July 1 – August 16, 2019 8:45am – 4:45pm Job Interviews in April 2019 WAMC is seeking to hire six Summer Education Interns to provide education and enrichment activities to children of local farmworkers. Our summer program called […]
UPDATE (3/12/2019): THIS FUNDRAISER HAS ENDED– THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED! The Warwick Area Migrant Committee is working with Stacy Walsh, an independent consultant with Thirty-One brand totes, to raise funds for our Homework Club and Summer Enrichment Programs. Payments can be made online via PayPal or Debit/Credit Card through Stacy’s Thirty One Tote […]
The Folk Arts Program at Arts Mid-Hudson, Latinx Project and the Warwick Area Migrant Committee present a Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) program on Thursday, November 1 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Alamo Farm Workers Community Center in Goshen. This family-friendly event will include ofrenda (altar) building, Dia de […]
Kathy Brieger and Jeanette Shanahan, of the Warwick Area Migrant Committee, were recognized by the Warwick Valley Central School District Board of Directors. They were recognized for their work in leading the Summer Enrichment Program for Farmworker Children called “Dulce Esperarnza”. This program was a seven week enrichment program held at the Pine Island School. […]