Great things are happening in #glencove ! The Connolly School K-Kids held a fundraiser for Cove Animal Rescue. Their successful effort resulted in a $312 donation to the local Glen Cove animal shelter.
Thank you to Justin at #1017project for a great interview highlighting the impact we strive to make with Team Up 4 community! You can listen to it @ http://beach1017.com/podcasts/101-7-project
Join TU4C founder #SteveWebb and other NHL Alumni at our #GolfOuting Thursday, August 9th Brookville Country Club. Thanks to our partners at the Kitchen Kabaret the day is always filled with lots of fun and memories to be shared! register Today at: http://www.teamup4community.org/golf-outing-2018/
Congratulations to Manhasset High School students Casey Roszko and Maddie Girard, who won first place in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Students of the Year campaign. The two girls led the “For the Love of the Blood” Team in conjunction with the Manhasset High School Key Club and raised an impressive $118,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Unqua Elementary School physical education teachers Michael Dellicurti and Melissa Osborne gave students a goal of raising $27,000 for the American Heart Association through the annual Jump Rope for Heart event in April. Not only did they achieve that goal, they exceeded it. Students at the Massapequa elementary school collected $30,315 for the organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke!!
Shoreham wading river students are Seeing the needs of others ! Albert G. Prodell Middle school collected 88 pairs of glasses for New Eyes, an organization that provides eyeglasses to those who cannot afford them. You can read more about their #communityservice story on tu4c.org
Helping fight childhood poverty one red nose at a time! West End Elementary School 4th graders participated in lessons that focused on poverty and empathy while raising $273.20 for the Red Nose Day campaign to help end childhood poverty around the United States and world
Davison Avenue Intermediate School in the Malverne Union Free School District hosted a Third-Grade Fun Run on June 8 for charity. The run asked students to wear purple and walk around the high school track five times to benefit The Quinn Madeleine Foundation, a local nonprofit organization that seeks to aid in the prevention of Niemann-Pick Disease Type A, a rare genetic disease that is always fatal in toddlers. Students raised more than $800 for the cause!! Way to go!