St. Gabe’s Chapel on Shelter Island is in danger of being torn down. The property on which the chapel sits is slated for development, but if the money can be raised and the chapel moved to a new location, it can be saved.
Kait’s Angels poker run organizers pose for a photo this summer. The non-profit is one of many that could use your support this Giving Tuesday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Maybe you sat in your car for way longer than you should have trying to leave the Tanger parking lot on Black Friday, or perhaps you maxed out your credit card with Amazon purchases on Cyber Monday.
Now that that nonsense is over, it is time to give back for Giving Tuesday, which is today, Dec. 1.
Founded in 2011, Giving Tuesday is a day when people are encouraged to give to causes they care about. Here is a list of North Fork charities that can use your assistance this holiday season and throughout the year. (more…)
In 2013, the “Mitten Tree” located in the Havens Barn collected nearly 100 pairs of mittens for families serviced by The Retreat (Credit: The Shelter Island Historical Society).
Celebrate the season of generosity by making a donation to the Giving Tree.
Located inside the Havens Barn at the Shelter Island Historical Society, the Giving Tree presents an opportunity to donate to those in need. For the third year in a row, the historical society is teaming up with The Retreat, an East Hampton organization that provides domestic violence services and education on the East End of Long Island. The Giving Tree is an opportunity for people to donate items in need to the agency.