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PSEG Loves Community Involvement

Recently, more than a dozen members of PSEG Long Island’s vegetation management team set aside their work orders, plans, and shears to prepare brunch for 90 people at Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMDHLI). The volunteers supported RMHLI’s Meals from the Heart, a program that gives local businesses, community organizations, and other groups the […]
Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

The Charity of the Month for March is: Birthday Wishes!   By: Noelle Lambert   Birthday Wishes is an organization whose mission is to provide birthday parties to children experiencing homelessness. They improve and empower the lives of homeless children and their families by providing joy, play and hope through the magic of a birthday […]
Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

February’s Charity of the Month is: Paws of War www.PawsOfWar.org   “Helping Both Ends of the Leash” Paws of War is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that trains and places shelter dogs to serve and provide independence to our U.S. military Veterans who suffer from the emotional effects of war. In turn, each Veteran can experience […]
Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

By: Noelle Lambert   February’s Charity of the Month is: Paws of War “Helping Both Ends of the Leash” Paws of War is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that trains and places shelter dogs to serve and provide independence to our U.S. military Veterans who suffer from the emotional effects of war. In turn, each Veteran […]
Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

By: Noelle Lambert   January’s Charity of the Month is: PBS Community Foundation   The PBS Community Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was established to help people with autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities and other special needs. They particularly focus on ​self-determination and full inclusion in the local community. Their mission is to
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A Study of Citizenship Showcases Care For Community

The fundamentals of good citizenship in community, classroom and family were at the forefront of a recent lesson in Donna Gianfortone’s first-grade class at Chippewa Elementary School in the Sachem Central School District.  During the lesson, students learned the various attributes that make a good citizen, and the class then organized a recycling project as […]