Limb Kind Foundation featured 24 runway models with limb loss or limb differences from across the country in an inspiring fundraiser event at The Gatsby at Jones Beach on Oct. 9.
Believe in a Cure, a Port Washington-based nonprofit organization, helps fund important scientific research toward finding a cure for FOXG1 syndrome.
A triathlete originally from Port Washington is training to row solo around Long Island to raise money for charity.
KiDS NEED MoRE hosted its annual gala in memory of Mitchell Kraeling on Aug. 20. at the Coral House in Baldwin.
The event raised more than $11,000 for Michael Magro Foundation programs, supporting families with a child battling pediatric cancer primarily on Long Island.
Though not open to guests indoors since March 2020, the Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN) keeps its food, job, housing, and mental health assistance programs running in new ways.
Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk County helps individuals, couples, and families achieve homeownership one house at a time.
Mended Little Hearts of Long Island serves local communities by educating and advocating for families of children with congenital heart defects, the most common birth defect in the country.
KiDS NEED MoRE organizers resumed their KiDS NEED MoRE Drive-In Movie Night series on Jan. 17 with Disney’s Aladdin at Costello's Ace Hardware of Copiague. All proceeds benefitted kids coping with life-threatening illness.
The Long Island Insurance Community, a nonprofit that brings together insurance industry leaders to give back to the community and to those less fortunate, holds a big, annual fundraiser for the United Way of Long Island attended by hundreds. That was pre-pandemic.
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