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.
Halesite Fire Department 1 New York Ave, Huntington, NY11743 The Halesite Volunteer Fire Department is located in Suffolk County. The department is 100 percent volunteer, consisting…More of more than 70 members and has proudly served the Halesite and surrounding community since 1901.<br /><br />When fire, disaster or medical emergency strikes, you take it for granted that your call for help will be answered. And it will be … but only because there are volunteers who willingly contribute their time and energy to keeping the Halesite community safe.<br /><br />Volunteering can benefit you in many ways. You will earn respect from everyone who learns you are a volunteer. You will gain immense pride from your accomplishments and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training. Some of the strongest social ties you will ever make will be with your brother and sister volunteers. And, of course, there is little that can compare to the satisfaction that comes from doing an important job well while contributing to the security and welfare of your community.
American Red Cross 90 High St, Huntington, NY11743 The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers, provides relief to disaster victims and…More helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. In times of emergency the Red Cross is there to provide basic human needs like food and shelter. In addition to getting assistance, you can get get involved with the Red Cross by donating, volunteering or giving blood. The local Red Cross in Huntington is a free-standing house on the corner of High Street and Hollywood Place with parking on each side of the building. At the 2010 Annual Meeting and Recognition ceremony, Craig Cooper, of the Huntington chapter, was recognized as an Outstanding Volunteer. A complete course schedule is available on the Suffolk County Red Cross website.
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.
Community Thrift Shop 274 New York Ave, Huntington, NY11743 This thrift shop offers gently used apparel and accessories, art and household items. Donations are accepted daily from…More 10am to 3pm by a team of community volunteers and all proceeds from sales go to Cancer Care, Family Services League, Planned Parenthood, Day Top and the Huntington Hospital.