White Plains NY – April 22, 2021 – Charlie Goldberger, Counsel to the Firm at McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, has been recognized for his work shepherding the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester through a critical time in the organization’s revitalization.
Goldberger was among those honored in a virtual ceremony on April 22 held by the City of White Plains and the White Plains Youth Bureau honoring volunteers who have made the city a better place through their contributions as part of National Volunteer Month.
As Chairman of the YMCA’s Board of Directors for the past five years, Goldberger advised the organization on the sale of its building at 250 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains and the relocation of residents there. His law firm also helped to find a new home for the organization’s popular after-school program, which is now thriving at its new location at 148 Hamilton Avenue.
“We can’t thank Charlie Goldberger enough for all he has done for the YMCA and his assistance in helping us to put this organization on firm footing and for his assistance with the relocation of our early learning center. As chairman of our Board of Directors, Charlie has helped lead this organization, and we are very grateful,’’ said Cynthia Rubino, President and CEO of the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester.
Goldberger who has served as chairman of the YMCA’s board for the past five years is stepping down as chairman, but will continue to serve on the board and as its legal counsel. Goldberger is active in the White Plains community as a long-time member of the Rotary and a leader and organizer of the Loucks Track and Field Games.
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