Spring 2015 Newsletter
It is a time of transition at Seamen’s Society as we welcome new leadership and bid farewell to our President and CEO of sixteen years. Nancy Vomero came to Seamen’s as Chief Financial Officer in 1998 and swiftly reorganized Seamen’s financial department creating a solid fiscal position on which to build our future. View Spring 2015 Newsletter PDF
Winter 2014 Newsletter
March is Social Work Month! Seamen’s Society would like to recognize and praise all individuals in the social work profession for their outstanding work and dedication to the children and families they serve so diligently. View Winter 2014 Newsletter PDF
Winter/Spring 2013 Newsletter
This year Seamen’s Society held its 15th Annual Scholarship Award dinner at the Vanderbilt on Staten Island. View Winter/Spring 2013 Newsletter PDF
Summer/Fall 2012 Newsletter
This year Seamen’s Society held its 15th Annual Scholarship Award dinner at the Vanderbilt on Staten Island. View Summer/Fall 2012 Newsletter PDF
New York Nonprofit Press
Founded in 1846, Seamen’s Society for Children and Families has been serving Staten Island for a very long time. “We are actually Staten Island’s oldest charity,” says President and CEO Nancy Vomero, who acknowledges that there is some friendly dispute with Snug Harbor involving technicalities over who actually holds the title. View NYNP: SSCF OFFERING SHELTER FROM LIFE’S STORMS SINCE 1846 PDF.
Winter 2012 Newsletter
Seamen’s Society and President Clinton honors Laura Graham and issues a challenge with a spectacular response. View Winter 2012 Newsletter PDF
Summer 2011 Newsletter
Forward through Education Under New Leadership. View Summer 2011 Newsletter PDF
Fall 2010 Newsletter
At Seamen’s Society we believe that good education is every child’s birthright. To promote this we continue to introduce new programs and strengthen established ones. During our last fiscal year, we initiated Forward through Education, a foundation funded program which provides free tutoring to children in our foster care and preventive programs. This fall its services will be extended to community youth. View Fall 2010 Newsletter PDF.