Celebrate the Season of Giving with Us! 

NY State Awards $500,000 to Jay Heritage Center 
to Restore Historic Jay Gardens!  Read more below...

We are so grateful to all of you for making 2014 an outstanding year and invite you to celebrate with us! 

- The Board and Staff of the Jay Heritage Center
Thanks to your encouragement and support, we've raised $1 million which will be used to repair centuries-old stone walls, replant native trees, shrubs, herbs and flowers, create a reflecting pool and rebuild a 
historic 100 foot-long arbor! 
Help us do more for your park! Your donations will help fill these green spaces with compelling programs and outstanding educators. 
Please consider making a year-end contribution to help us expand our calendar of talks by experts in the fields of horticulture, garden history, design, parks and environmental stewardship. Past guests have included Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Eric Sanderson, 
Charles Birnbaum, Thomas L. Woltz, 
Rick Darke, Larry Weaner, Tom Andersen, 
Doug Reed, Cheryl Barton, Patricia O'Donnell, 
Tom Wessels and NYS Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey
Your 100% tax-deductible gift will also help us train citizen scientists in I-Map Invasives workshops designed for school teachers, community leaders, volunteers and students. 

Give online or call us at (914) 698-9275 to discuss other 
leadership, tribute or volunteer opportunities.
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NY State Awards $500,000 to Jay Heritage Center 
to Restore Historic Gardens 
On Thursday, December 11, 2014 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the winners of the 2014 Regional Economic Development Awards. 
Hearth & Earth Luncheon - December 18, 2014
Join Us for Conversations with Interior Designer Alexa Hampton and Landscape Architect Thomas L. Woltz. With a Special Presentation to 2014 Preservation Honoree Michael A. Kovner

Jay Heritage Center at the Jay Estate 
210 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY 10580
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The Jay Heritage Center (JHC) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to preserving the landmark 23 acre Jay Estate and transforming it into a vibrant educational campus, community resource center and heritage destination. The site was once the childhood home of American Founding Father John Jay whose legacy of national service and advocacy for social justice, freedom and dignity still resonates today. 

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