GREENBURGH, N.Y. The Westchester Broadway Theatre raised over $11,000 for nationwide veteran's associations.
Last week, a dozen veterans attended a matinee viewing of the theatre's holiday show "Home for the Holidays" where the assistance organizations were given checks to help their causes. The money was raised by theater-goers and members of Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion Posts during the fall season.
"During the holidays, when we're counting our blessings, we'd like to put these courageous young soldiers at the top of the list," Haas wrote in a press release.
The Westchester Broadway Theatre looks to continue supporting veterans by giving away four tickets with dinner to each performance of the currently-running show "Home for the Holidays" until Dec. 23.
Westchester Broadway Theatre owners Bob Funking and Bill Stutler presented checks to representatives from the following veteran's associations: New York State Veteran's Home, Montrose VA Hospital, Hope for Warriors, and East Coast Assistance Dogs.
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