Chapter President

Westchester, NY Chapter

Westchester County Program Manager, Pam Little


Pam Little joined Pajama Program in September 2014 and serves as the Westchester County Program Manager. She is responsible for the distribution of pajamas and books to approved organizations in Westchester. Pam also works with individuals, schools, corporations and groups to facilitate their Pajama and Book drives.

Pam joined us with 20 years of experience as a volunteer for numerous non-profit organizations, including 2 Junior Leagues, public and private schools and community organizations. She has served on the Boards of several of these groups including the Community Care Center (Pelham, NY) and the Eagle Hill School.

Westchester Reading Center Coordinator, Eileen Quigley

Eileen Quigley is the mother of 2 amazing people. She has been a teacher since 1988. She has worked in NYC, Graham Windham, and Prospect Hill in Pelham Manor. Eileen holds certifications in elementary education, special education, and her masters is in literacy. She has done extensive volunteer work with the Pelham Jr. League. She volunteered at the Mount Vernon Plaza Homeless Shelter, where she brought in an artist from the Pelham Arts Center to work with the children. She began their annual Christmas drive, started a library for the residents and created a garden with the children. Eileen feels she has found her perfect niche at Pajama Program and loves her work with and on behalf of the children we serve.


Stuff a buss photo with children in front of buss.

In our efforts to provide a nurturing atmosphere for local children we opened an on-site program in Westchester County, NY.

Pajama Program's Reading Center at Andrus Hall, in Yonkers is open to children of all ages. Visitors come from invited Westchester-area organizations that work with or provide services to children, such as group homes, foster care agencies, homeless shelters and schools.

Please contact Paml@pajamaprogram.org

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