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.
Contact Pam Little with any questions.
Westchester Reading Coordinator, Allyson Hickey
Allyson is the proud mother of four children. Growing up a reluctant reader, she eventually connected with books in her early 20s. Since then, she has been passionate about exposing all individuals she meets, especially children, to the delights of literacy. Allyson has created, implemented and run many book clubs within local private and charter schools. She has actively volunteered in literacy programs as well as other community organizations including Cancer Support, Open Book, Junior League of Bronxville, Young at Arts, and held leadership positions on many school boards. With a professional background in a variety of fields including hospitality, consulting and bookselling, Allyson brings a unique perspective to making reading fun for all participants. She is delighted to be working with Pajama Program and continuing her quest to create readers everywhere.
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.