Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society 16 New York Ave, Halesite, NY11743 A preservation society was formed to protect and maintain the landmark Huntington Lighthouse when in 1985 it was to be…More torn down by the government for replacement of a utilitarian steel lighthouse. The nonprofit organization works to raise funds for restoration. Events occur periodically throughout any given year, and tours are given during the summer.
Air Force Association 8 Dumplin Hill Ln, Huntington, NY11743 This independent volunteer-led nonprofit civilian education organization has over 200 chapters across the country. Its…More mission is to promote the public understanding of aerospace power and the role it plays in the security of the nation.
Volunteers for Wildlife 27 Lloyd Harbor Rd, Lloyd Harbor, NY11743 Founded in 1982, Volunteers for Wildlife is a nonprofit organization located in Caumsett Park in Lloyd Harbor. With a…More network of cooperating veterinarians, they provide care to injured and displaced wildlife. Information on volunteering or donations is on its website.
Federation of Organizations for the New York State Mentally Disa 5378 Merrick Rd, Massapequa, NY11758 The Federation of Organizations for the New York State Mentally Disabled is a nonprofit social service organization that…More is dedicated to improving quality of life for individuals with mental disabilities and their families through education, referral services, legislation and program development.
Suffolk Obedience Training Club 233 Broadway Greenlawn, Huntington, NY11743 Suffolk Obedience Training Club is a nonprofit organization that prides itself on making your dog a more civilized…More member of the household. Convenient classes of different experience levels are offered all week in the afternoon and evenings.
fotofoto gallery 14 W Carver St, Huntington, NY11743 Fotofoto Gallery is a nonprofit organization dedicated to traditional and experimental photography promotion and…More education. The organization was founded by a group of photographers from Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens. It brings professional photography exhibitions and events to Long Island communities and the surrounding areas. The gallery features monthly exhibitions. Past projects and events include gallery tours to high school students, lectures at art galleries and photography competitions.
LR Acting Workshops 180 Spring Rd, Huntington, NY11743 The Huntington location is one of three LR Acting Workshop locations founded by locally based actress and acting coach…More Lisa Regina. LR Acting Workshops offers on-camera workshops for students interested in careers in TV & film, provides contacts within the casting industry and can arrange agent meetings. Additionally, LR Acting Workshops is associated with Lisa Regina's nonprofit Write to Heal organization that serves victims of domestic violence.
Tri CYA 809 New York Ave, Huntington Station, NY11746 Tri CYA is a nonprofit community organization that provides support services for youth and their families in Huntington,…More Cold Spring Harbor and South Huntington. It offers a broad range of resources, ranging from recreational, counseling, athletic, social, cultural and advocacy programs. The organization operates three location, each functioning as a youth center open on a drop-in basis. The center features pool tables, air hockey, video games, cable TV and other activities. A calendar of upcoming programs and activities is available on the website.
The Suffolk County park located at 101 Browns Road is known as West Neck Farm and Coindre Hall. The Coindre Hall Park…More portion of this park is more than 30 acres in size. The mansion on the property was originally built by George McKesson Brown, a pharmaceutical magnate. The property was deeded to Suffolk County in 1973. In 1989, the mansion was the added to the National Register of Historic Places. That same year it was also dedicated to the Suffolk County Historic Trust.</p>
<p>Weddings and other events can be held at Coindre Hall. Splashes of Hope, which is a nonprofit organization of artists, offers free guided tours of the estate during the summer. If interested in a tour, please contact Heather Bugee at (631) 424-8230.</p>
The Women's Center of Huntington, Long Island 125 Main St, Huntington, NY11743 The Women's Center, which opened in March 1981, is a community organization dedicated to the enrichment…More of women's lives. It is a place where women can come together for mutual support and growth in a caring atmosphere. It is a place to share, learn, listen and grow together. The Center is nonprofit and nonsectarian. In addition to support groups, workshops and periodic special events, the Center has a lending library, an information and referral service and provides short-term counseling.
Huntington Hospital, established in 1916, is a 408-bed nonprofit community Hospital…More located in Huntington, New York. Huntington Hospital has been a member of the North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System since 1994.</p>
<p>The hospital offers a comprehensive range of <a href="http://www.hunthosp.org/services.html">services and programs</a> for our community.</p>
<p>Founded by concerned citizens and shaped by community health- care needs, Huntington Hospital is a full-service, not-for-profit, community hospital, serving Huntington Township and surrounding communities. The hospital is a member of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System and shares in the System's vision of being a preeminent healthcare delivery system in the tradition of excellence, and the embodiment of community values and human dignity.</p>
<p>Its primary mission is to provide a full range of inpatient, outpatient, and specialized healthcare services within an environment nurtured by respect and safety. The hospital is committed to giving patients high-quality and technologically advanced care by competent professionals in order to maintain and improve the health and well-being of the community. These services will be provided to all patients regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. Within the limits of resources available, the hospital embraces its charitable purpose by providing these services regardless of the patient's ability to pay. <br> <br> Supporting its primary mission, the hospital is committed to the education of healthcare professionals, the development of its employees and the promotion of educational programs for the community.</p>