Photo Gallery: Greyston Foundation's Annual Benefit at X2O Xaviers and Other Local Westchester Events


Carl E. Petrillo, president and CEO of Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc., was honored at the Greyston Foundation’s annual benefit held at X2O Xaviars on the Hudson in Yonkers. Founded in 1946, Yonkers Contracting has a résumé of projects that includes work on the Brooklyn Bridge, Cross River Reservoir, I-287/I-87, Penn Station, and Grand Central Terminal. Christopher Davis, a Yonkers resident and participant in Greyston’s programs, received the Bernie Glassman Award, recognizing his personal growth and movement toward self-sufficiency. Yonkers Mayor and Honorary Chair Mike Spano and Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino were among the 250 guests in attendance. The $300,000 raised supports Greyston Foundation’s community development efforts. The Foundation provides, among other services, employment and training to the formerly homeless and the previously incarcerated and affordable housing to the disadvantaged.

PHOTOS: Greyston Foundation

Kristin and Martin Ball, Jr., of Yonkers
Carl E. Petrillo of Yonkers, Greyston President and CEO Steven Brown of Yonkers, Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore of Bronxville, and Edward Falkenberg of Scarsdale
Michelle Friedman, Glenn and Kelly Binday, and Darren Friedman, all of Scarsdale

Matt Wilson of Briarcliff Manor; Brian Galvin of Ossining; New York Giants QB Eli Manning; Westchester Magazine Publisher Ralph A. Martinelli of Ossining; and Michael Wilson of Stamford, Connecticut, at the 35th Annual Guiding Eyes for the Blind Golf Classic at Fairview Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut

Photo: John Vechiolla

At the Katonah Museum of Art’s annual gala, which raised more than $400,000 and was held in the museum’s sculpture garden:

Sharon Dhall of Pound Ridge, Jocelyn Gruber of Pound Ridge; Loren Teolis of Wilton, Connecticut; Stephanie Small of Waccabuc; and Emily Hanlon and Vanessa Smith, both of Bedford
Gloria and Jerry Pinkney of Croton-on-Hudson

Photo: Tim Grajek

Liz Crabtree and John Crabtree of Pound Ridge




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