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The White Plains Youth Bureau has touched thousands of young lives since the Mayor and Common Council made it a formal office of city government in 1970. The White Plains Youth Bureau has one mission: helping youth grow into successful adults. Today, the Youth Bureau works with over 2000 youth each day with 50 programs backed by our proud tradition of 45 years of service.
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For every child of the city of White Plains to have access to reach their potential.

The Friends of WPYB In partnership with the Stansbury Family Proudly announces

The Nicole Stansbury Memorial Scholarship

Nicole was a lifelong resident of White Plains. She was educated in the White Plains School system. Upon graduation from Whte Plains H.S she went on to receive her Bacherlors and Master's Degree from Fordham University. Nicole left her footprint on every youth that crossed her path in the City of White Plains. On October 8, 2020 Nicole transitioned from this earth & her absence has left a void that cannot be replaced. She will be forever missed & cherished for her dedication to the advancement of Youth Development Services in our City.







Because we believe that every child should have access to reach their potential we facilitate events, bolster community and corporate partnerships and do outreaches to connect people with the great work of the White Plains Youth Bureau.


Westchester County is filled with people that have a heart to see young people flourish and the Friends seek to empower people to use their time, money, talent and resources toward impacting White Plains Youth. These contributions are the lifeblood to accomplishing our goals.


Sustaining change calls for the long-term commitment of caring individuals and organization that want mult-generational health and impact in White Plains. Endowments and partnerships with key stakeholders for recurrent giving helps us plan presently and helps our mission go further faster.