2021 Headless Horseman Plunge

$31,000 of $30,000 raised
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Thank You To Our Donors!

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$283.54 March 17, 2021
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Dorian Burden

$20.76 February 17, 2021
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Nina Orville

$50.00 February 17, 2021
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Lauren Brois

$10.53 February 15, 2021
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Amir Asadi

$50.00 February 15, 2021

Please add this to Anthony Pullissio's Team for the Plung.

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Susan Radzilowicz

$25.87 February 15, 2021
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Jacqueline Callejas

$10.53 February 15, 2021

Keep up the good work.

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Irene Amato

$102.56 February 14, 2021


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Diane Tausner

$25.87 February 14, 2021

Supporting Dana Levenberg and Team Green Home Solutions!

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Ann Morrow

$25.00 February 14, 2021
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Briar Bagels

$265.00 February 14, 2021

Briar Bagels is happy to support gullottahouse great job matt

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Kate Permut

$51.43 February 14, 2021

It is an honor to support this group that does so much for our community. Go team!

On a chilly day in February, 2020, hundreds of participants and onlookers braved 23- degree weather to partake in the 5th annual Escape from Sing Sing Plunge Fundraiser. Gullotta House is so thankful to all contributors for helping us set a new record for this event by raising over $17,000!

This year, we are hosting the Headless Horseman Plunge at the beach at Kingsland Point Park, 299 Palmer Ave, Sleepy Hollow.  The plunge was held on Saturday February 13, 2021  at noon and we exceeded last year’s total! See a recap of the day’s events below.

There are many wonderful charities in Westchester to patronize. Through our own experience, we know that too many of them are restricted from helping residents when the prior year’s W-2 statement exceeds a certain income level. While there are instances when that guideline makes sense, there are many when it is entirely too restrictive. In particular, when beset by debilitating illness or sudden job loss, especially when there are no savings, a family in need is in need. Gullotta House was founded in 2015 to help any Westchester resident facing a hardship – regardless of income.

Some highlights over the past five years:

  • Served over 1,000 meals at our monthly Third Thursday Dinner in Tarrytown
  • Donated over 1,000 Turkey for Thanksgiving birds
  • Brought over 1,500 kids to sports event at the Westchester County Center
  • Raised over $14,000 in response to the Landmark Diner being burned down
  • Distributed over 100,000 free community meals in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Last year, we raised $17,000 at our 2020 Escape from Sing Sing Plunge. Do you want to take the plunge or sponsor our bravest residents? You can contribute as an individual or join our roster of business sponsors.

Our fundraising goal is to exceed $18,000 and 50 participants towards helping Westchester families facing a hardship, regardless of income.

Each plunge registrant is tasked with raising a minimum of $100. For those participants who attract sponsorships or donations in excess of $125, they’ll get to memorialize their plunge with a long sleeve event shirt.

Not to be outdone, we have sponsorships targets for contributors and local businesses:

1- $50 Friend of Gullotta House; Facebook Shout out
2- $250 Facebook logo ad in paper
3- $500 Facebook logo ad in paper and up to 3 minutes talk about business at Plunge
4- $1,000 All the above, logo on shirt, and company sign at Event.

To sponsor this event or a person click There are other volunteer opportunities for this or other fundraising events undertaken by Gullotta House throughout the year.

Just like last year, everyone must wear sneakers or water shoes and sign a waiver. Costumes are not only allowed but also encouraged. We are taking pictures and videos to celebrate this 2021 fundraising kick off.

Will you join us for 2021? The following plunge participants will dive into icy waters of the Hudson River for this fundraising effort in 2021:


  •  Matt Gullotta
  •  Matthew Gullotta
  • Johana Romero
  • John Crawford
  • Anthony Pullissio
  • Woody
  • Beaker
  • Schilitz
  • Ana Guzman
  • Mark White
  • Jessica Silver Rogers
  • Stacy Daly
  • David Loesch
  • Daniel Perez
  • Louis A
  • Jesus Gillian
  • Mike Corrao
  • Anthony Stern
  • Laura Ramsey
  • Jacqueline Muniz
  • Anthony Senato
  • Christopher Hale


  • Team London
  • Team Titantic
  • Team Mike Corrao
  • Team Mark White teachers association
  • Tasty Table
  • AAA Nolan’s Auto Body & Collision – James Skip Scipioni
  • The Red Team – T.K.E Woody, Schlitz, & Beaker
  • Jag One Physical Therapy
  • Indians Village – Delores
  • Westchester Ballroom
  • Little Hands Little Feet – Nicole Spruck
  • Team Anthony Stern
  • Hudson Anchor Restaurant
  • The Pleasantville Manor, The Somers Pointe & The Briarcliff Manor
  • Croton Auto Park
  • St Ann’s Church – Father Elvin
  • Green Home Solutions
  • Team Crazy – Peter
  • Team – Tellcancer2bounce – John Manteria, Lee Clifford, Richard Senato
  • Team – 4 Kyle
  • Team Run PB
  • Team Sun Blue Solar
  • Team J P Doyles


  • Daly Family Foundation
  • Unified Retirement Planning Group
  • Laura Rey Iannarelli – Rey Insurance Agency
  • Mike Corrao
  • J.P. Doyle’s
  • Robert Nolan – AAA Nolan’s Auto Collision
  • John G Crawford Memorial Services
  • Dinapoli Family Venues
  • Westchester Bank
  • The River Journal
  • Janet Brand, Realtor
  • DJ Johnny G
  • Prescription Center of Ossining
  • Jag One Physical Therapy
  • The Hudson Anchor Restaurant
  • J & G Italian Deli
  • The Mirage & The Stillery Restaurants
  • Terra Rustica
  • Abbruzzese Wellness
  • Dave’s Fences
  • Croton Auto Park
  • Love Holds Life
  • Daysi Briones – IQ Contracting
  • Legend Auto Repair
  • Orfino’s Resturant
  • Orange Bank & Trust
  • 105-Ten Bar & Grill
  • St Ann’s Church

It is not too late to sponsor any one or more of our heroes above by clicking through to their donation campaign. Alternatively, plan to join the merriment in 2021 by plunging in yourself and get your friends to cheer you on, contribute to your campaign, and pass you some hot chocolate to warm you up when you come back on shore.