Support

If you are a member of the community who would like to contribute to the lives of the children of Oswego County, we encourage you to join our team as a volunteer and even consider becoming a Board member.

Can and Bottle Drive – ongoing throughout the year

Donations of bottles and cans can be dropped of at:
Great Lakes Recycling
181 Gardenier Road, Oswego
315-343-1980

Donations

donate online through PayPal or contact us for a donation form. Either way, consider making a donation in honor or memory of a loved one.

Individuals donors of the annual United Way Campaign can designate Children’s Board of Oswego as a recipient of their donation. Please consider designating Children’s Board during the next campaign.

We accept private contributions from individual donors and civic organizations. All contributions are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

Volunteer

The Children’s Board of Oswego NY, Inc. meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, from September through May.
Our membership includes volunteers of many backgrounds, interests, and professions. The nice thing about becoming a Board member is that you can choose how much time you are able to commit to the projects of the Children’s Board.

Perhaps if now is not the right time to join our group as a member, you might consider teaming with us on some of our projects.  We are a flexible organization and are grateful to those who would like to occasionally partner with us.
Some of our projects for which you may wish to volunteer, include:

  • Poinsettia day offering help with sorting of plants and with delivery of them
  • Assembling and/or distributing poison prevention packets
  • Shopping for a family in need with funds provided by Children’s Board
  • Assist at one of our sponsored art events, such as ice skating or an author’s reading

Want to contribute to the lives of the children of Oswego County? We encourage you to join our team as a volunteer and even consider becoming a Board member.  We are always eager to have new ideas and creative participation. Contact us to learn more about our activities.

 Fundraising Efforts

Poinsettia Sale – Each year commencing in November, the Children’s Board sells potted poinsettia plants generating an average of $3000 in annual unrestricted funds.  Contact any of our members, or email for an order form: oswegochildrensboard@gmail.com

The Spring Flower Sale, held in May each year, has increased funds each of the years it has been held.