Benevolent bicyclists will roll out for a good cause in the inaugural Empire State Ride Long Island this summer to raise money for cancer research.
The Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition (RVCBCC) held its first Golf and Tennis Outing on Monday, June 21 at the Seawane Golf Club in Hewlett. Money raised from the event goes directly toward helping the organization's recipients: women and men diagnosed with breast cancer in 2022.
The inaugural Smithtown Classic and after-party hosted by Jason E. Zimmerman, CEO of Bridgehampton Equities, to support the Little Saint Nick Foundation took place on Monday, June 14 at the Smithtown Landing Country Club.
A full course of golfers converged onto the green at Cold Spring Country Club on June 10 in support of the Michael Magro Foundation and to enjoy a great round of golf.
The New Interdisciplinary School (NIS), a nonprofit preschool serving hundreds of students with and without disabilities, held its 24th annual golf outing at the Port Jefferson Country Club on May 24.
The Unicorn Network held CLEAR, a fundraising event benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), at the Riviera Waterfront Mansion in Massapequa on May 13.
Three organizations — Yorkie911 Rescue, Inc., PRoud Rescuers of Puerto Rico, and SuperYouFundation — held a fundraiser they called "Animals, Broadway & Children" at the Crest Hollow Country Club on April 25.
Build-a-Rig For Scott, a community-based nonprofit on Long Island, held a charity event to build a ceremonial unit rig in memory of the late retired NYPD Officer Scott Blackshaw, who died at age 52 in 2018 of esophageal and brain cancer related to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.
A pair of Hempstead parents died of Covid-19 just two weeks apart, leaving behind their two children — but now the community is rallying to support the kids the couple left behind.
Calling all Long Islanders — join Life’s WORC, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism, in a virtual 5K from now through March 31.
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