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    How Long Island Cares Is Working Toward A More Sustainable Long Island

    We’re seeking more solutions for sustainability on Long Island. Long Island Cares cultivates a community garden, tended by volunteers for the purpose of supporting veterans in our community. Each summer, a team of volunteers, employees, students, and veterans manage garden beds to grow fruits, vegetables, and fresh produce. All week, community members are out in […]

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    Volunteer Spotlight: Volunteering To Feed The Soul

    “I work to feed my family; I volunteer to feed my soul.” On a humid Saturday morning in July, Scott Passik said these words sitting outside King Kullen in Bethpage. He had been in Patchogue earlier that morning, volunteering with the Long Island Cares Summer Feeding Program. However, he stopped by a Bethpage food drive […]

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    16th Annual Babylon Soldier Ride Raises $40,000 For Long Island Cares

    The 16th Annual Babylon Soldier Ride raised a total of $80,000 for Long Island Cares and the Wounded Warrior Project. The 25-mile race, which is organized by the Wounded Warrior Project, brings together wounded veterans and civilians for a scenic bike ride through town. The ride begins at Babylon Town Hall in Lindenhurst and ends […]

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