Police vCards

Police vCards

Does your child have the number for local police saved in their phone? In light of recent events and just a good idea in general, Pelham Together is providing parents with a quick way to make sure your child has what he/she needs right at their fingertips in case of emergency.

How do I…?

  1. Select the appropriate link below: “Village of Pelham” or “Village of Pelham Manor”
  2. Smartphone or tablet
    • click the link below
    • this will automatically open the vCard in your “contacts” app
    • follow the prompts to add to your contacts
  3. Computer
    • click the link below to download the vCard file
    • find the vCard file in your downloads folder or desktop
    • click to open the file, this should open your “contacts” program
    • follow the prompts to add to your contacts
  4. How to share with family and friends
    • open the contact and follow the links to “share contact”
    • from a computer, attach the vCard file to an email or text message

 

Village of Pelham Police  ‭(914) 738-2800

Village of Pelham Manor Police (914) 738-1000‬

3 out of 4 college students say they’re stressed, many report suicidal thoughts: Study

3 out of 4 college students say they’re stressed, many report suicidal thoughts: Study

College is not always the carefree environment we hope it is for our kids. Recent study identifies the prevalence of stress, anxiety and suicidal thoughts on college campuses. The challenge is to identify those students who are suffering quietly so they get the help they need. One of the ways we can do that is to talk about what is happening.  Read more in this  ABC News Story.

 

 

 

 

Summer Interns in the News!

Summer Interns in the News!

Read the latest on the work the Pelham Together Summer Interns completed this year in this Pelham Post article (Pelham Post Summer Interns 2018). Projects included conducting research on the history of a home owned by a former gangster for a local real estate agency (Lohud.com Article); canvassing for a political campaign; outreach for the Pelham Half Marathon; working with children at Plaster Palace; many positions getting to know the ins-and-outs of local businesses and non-profits while connecting with local adult entrepreneurs and leaders; and designing a slate of events, service projects and awareness campaigns for Pelham LOFT. Our interns were busy! If you or your child wants to find out more and get involved with the Youth Council, contact dmarrero@pelhamtogether.org.