Habitat for Humanity needs your help

On May 5, supervisor Ed Romaine, councilman Dan Panico and councilman Kevin LaValle were on hand at the Brookhaven Landfill’s Residential Drop Off to launch the Habitat for Humanity Donation Program. Habitat for Humanity of Long Island has partnered with the town to collect new or slightly used furniture, appliances, kitchen cabinets and building materials…

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A second life for kitchen cabinets, appliances

On Long Island, recyclers can also tap Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk’s ReStore in Ronkonkoma, one of the group’s nonprofit sites that resells a wide range of donated used furniture, building supplies and entire kitchens. Proceeds support Habitat for Humanity’s partnership with local families to repair and build affordable homes. Read more

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Merger creates expanded Habitat for Humanity on Long Island

A merger of Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Nassau and Suffolk counties has created an expanded organization focused on adding affordable housing in the region.  The combined organization is now the ninth largest affiliate by population in the national 1,100-affiliate Habitat network. Read more

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Habitat for Humanity International and 84 U.S. Habitat affiliates receive transformational $436M gift from MacKenzie Scott.

Habitat Suffolk will use funds to address affordable housing shortage on Long Island MIDDLE ISLAND, NY (March 22, 2022) — Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk, along with Habitat forHumanity International, and 83 other U.S. Habitat affiliate organizations, recently received $436million in unrestricted giving from American author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. This transformational donation will substantially…

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