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Habitat for Humanity celebrates unique partnerships in 200th CEO Build

Habitat for Humanity celebrates unique partnerships in 200th CEO Build For more than 30 years, Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk has built homes and transformed lives and communities. To celebrate a legacy of building stable foundations for families in Long Island neighborhoods, Habitat Suffolk is gathering CEOs, top executives and employees to build its 200…

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Ultimate Feel-Good Story: Giving an LI Veteran a Home

The Fairway Foundation started on this project five years ago. It took over two years to identify and purchase the house. They enlisted the Long Island Interior Design Society (IDS LI) and their “Pay It Forward East” campaign to brighten the place up a bit. Several of them were also members of the NYC/Long Island…

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NARI Cares – Helping Island Harvest Renovate Their New Home

  NARI Cares, the charitable arm of the NYC/LI NARI Chapter, was contacted this past summer by Habitat for Humanity about Island Harvest, an amazing local organization that needed NARI members’ help and expertise. After 25 years in their Mineola location, the offices of the Island Harvest Food Bank were being forced to relocate to…

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Shop, Donate & Save at the Habitat Suffolk ReStore

Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk opened the doors to it’s ReStore to the public on September 04, 2002. The ReStore’s first “tag sale” response from shoppers was overwhelmingly positive.  The first ReStore on Long Island  is not only raising money for building homes, but also providing low cost home improvement materials for people in our community and taking perfectly…

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Ronald McDonald House ‘Project Design 2014’

Once again, the NYC/LI NARI chapter is helping the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in New Hyde Park with phase two of it’s ‘Project Design 2014’ initiative. Last summer, Phase I transformed 18 bedrooms and several common areas. Phase II will continue with the addition of 24 bedrooms, four kitchens, five common areas, laundry…

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