Heavenly Productions Foundation Backpack Outreach Public School #100
Backpack Project to Yonkrs PS #23
News 12 Westchester Interviews Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon
Recollections of 9-11 & St. Paul's Chapel NYC
October 21, 2018
Why was Greece Athena SU and Knicks basketball star John Wallace in Rochester?
A fresh food and juice bar recently opened in the Genesee Jefferson corridor of south west Rochester. This is where basketball great John Wallace of Greece Athena, Syracuse University and New York Knicks paid a surprise visit last Tuesday, hanging out at the juice bar of the new B+Healthy Fresh Food Market.
DeCicco's Teams Up To Assist Ronald McDonald House In Westchester
Heavenly Productions Foundation teamed up with John and Marie DeCicco of Armonk DeCicco's and Sons to serve dinner and desserts at the Ronald McDonald House in Valhalla to families whose children are ill at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital.
Heavenly Productions, Bob's Discount Furniture Spread Joy In Mount Kisco
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The children at Mount Kisco Child Care Center were in for quite the treat Monday.
Heavenly Productions and Bob's Discount Furniture distributed Dr. Seuss books, Dr. Seuss hats and Bob's Discount furniture blankets for 85 children. They then sang "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," while Cathy Poulin of Bob's Discount Furniture dressed up as The Cat In The Hat and read the famous Dr. Seuss book.
Armonk's Heavenly Productions Foundation Adds Four Board Members
ARMONK, N.Y. -- The Heavenly Productions Foundation announced that it has added four new members to its board.
The foundation, which is located in Armonk, said that its new members are Westchester County Court Judge Anne E. Minihan, fundraising and marketing veteran George Drapeau; and John and Marie DeCicco, who are owners of DeCicco & Sons, a grocery store chain that has a location in downtown Armonk.
Yonkers kids set for school thanks to Backpack to School Drive
“Obviously what we'd love to do is provide a book bag and supplies to every child in the district because we know there is a great need, but that doesn't mean we stop,” Spano said.
Instead, he has joined forces with Empire City Casino, the Heavenly Productions Foundation and Access Bag n’ Pack to adopt Community School 13 and provide its students with some of the tools needed to succeed.
Armonk's Heavenly Productions Donates Teddy Bears To Orlando
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation, a charitable organization based in Armonk, will be donating and shipping 200 teddy bears and Heavenly Lullababies CDs to Orlando Medical Center in Orlando, Florida in honor of the 49 innocent people killed recently and 53 people injured during the Orlando nightclub massacre.
Families With Ill Children Receive Dinner From Local Foundation, Restaurant
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation recently teamed up John and Marie DeCicco of Armonk DeCicco's and Son's to serve dinner and desserts at the Ronald McDonald House in Valhalla, to families whose children are ill at the Maria Fareri Hospital.
Heavenly Productions Performs Irish Music At Maria Fareri Hospital
MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation, an Armonk-based nonprofit performed an Irish musical concert in the lobby of Maria Fareri Hospital in Valhalla, New York on Monday in celebration of St. Patrick's Day this week.
Confirmation Students Stuff Bears For Sick Children For Community Service
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation, a charity based in Armonk, whose mission is to help children in need recently worked with 43 eighth-grade confirmation class students to hand-stuff 200 teddy bears at Church of the St. Patrick's as part of their community service project.
Members Of Armonk Charity Cook, Serve Food To Kids At Ronald McDonald House
ARMONK, N.Y. -- In honor of National Family Volunteer Day on Saturday, Nov. 21, Heavenly Productions Foundation, a charity based in Armonk, cooked and served dinner and desserts to 25 children with families at the Ronald McDonald House in Valhalla.
Armonk's Heavenly Productions Brings School Supplies To Atmosphere Academy
ARMONK, N.Y. -- The Heavenly Productions Foundation visited the Atmosphere Academy in the Bronx, on Aug. 24 to distribute composition books, backpacks, board games, reading books and school supplies...
Armonk Youth Attend Knicks Game With Heavenly Productions Foundation
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation's youth from Armonk, Bedford, Chappaqua, Yonkers and New York City earned the opportunity to attend a New York Knicks game against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, April 1.
Students from H.C. Crittenden Middle School Make Teddy Bears for Sick Children
ARMONK - Armonk middle school students volunteered their time Tuesday to make teddy bears for sick children in various hospitals. The students from H.C. Crittenden Middle School were working with the Heavenly Productions Foundation, a nonprofit that helps children in distress. The organization was started by Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon in 2003 and provides teddy bears to sick children nationwide, plus in Haiti and Africa. "It makes us very happy because we know we are helping the kids that don't have much," says student Arianna Tedesco.
New Rochelle Students Lend A Helping Hand In Haiti
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – While their friends are fleeing south to warmer weather as spring break kicks off on Friday, more than a dozen College of New Rochelle students will be heading to Haiti to help a nation ravaged by a deadly earthquake four years ago.
Armonk Charity, Crittenden School Help Sandy Victims
ARMONK, N.Y. – For North Castle residents, Hurricane Sandy seems like it took place when it did — last year. However, for New York residents of places such as Far Rockway, Freeport, Long Beach, Island Park and Breezy Point, Hurricane Sandy is still happening right now.
Armonk Charity Gives Backpacks to Yonkers Students
ARMONK, N.Y. Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon, of Armonk, is a physician in Manhattan and she loves her job, but her real passion is her charitable organization called Heavenly Productions Foundation, which donated over 600 backpacks to Public School #23 in Yonkers Friday, September, 9.