New Suffolk Waterfront Fund 650 1st St, New Suffolk, NY11956 The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving New Suffolk’s waterfront. It…More also sponsors a variety of community events.
Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce 29 St Marys Rd, Shelter Island, NY11964 The Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce helps promote local businesses on the island while helping government and…More non-profit groups retain the peaceful charm of the popular getaway town. Businesses from hotels to harware stores and bars are represented by the chamber.
Karp Resources 52875 Route 25, Southold, NY11971 Karp Resources works to solve your company's food problems. It believes "good food is good business." Its services…More include retail and food service solutions, concept creation, hospitality planning, menu and product solution and research and product development. It provides services for businesses,governments, non-profits and education. Please call the number provided to learn more.
North Fork Housing Alliance 116 South St, Greenport, NY11944 The Northfork Housing Alliance is a non-profit organization that serves the entire north fork of eastern Long Island.…More The Alliance serves low and moderate income residents without discrimination who wish to acquire affordable housing. Services offered are as follows: referral assistance and information; mortgage acquisition and foreclosure assistance; housing rehabilitation assistance; subsidized housing assistance; loan/grant application assistance; advocacy and counseling; fair housing law assistance; health, safety violations and code enforcement; weatherization referrals; utility payment assistance; legal referrals.
Old Town Art & Crafts Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting original art and crafts. Open…More since 1948, the Guild is the longest running Gallery on the North Fork of Long Island. Old Town Art & Crafts Guild promotes the arts of our local youth by sponsoring their "Young Artists Contests."</p>
<p>The Guild promotes the work of disadvantaged and disabled artists. On the first Saturday in August, the Guild sponsors the Village Green Show on the Village Green, Main Street in Cutchogue. The Village Green Show features over 50 vendors with live entertainment, food, and refreshments.</p>
Southold Indian Museum 1080 Main Bayview Rd, Southold, NY11971 The Southold Indian Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to teaching people about local archaeology and natural…More history. It is operated by the Long Island Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association and is run by volunteers. This chapter opened in 1925, and features year-round exhibits and special events. The majority of artifacts are from the local Algonquin Indians from Long Island, and many come from the personal collections of three of the museum's founders: Roy Latham, Nathaniel Booth, and Charles Goddard. School groups are welcome and the museum tailors curriculum to the ages of the students.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council 27320 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 The Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Society is a non-profit organization that owns and maintains the Old Burying Ground…More and the historic structures — one of which was originally built by European settlers in 1649 — located in the hamlet's Village Green. The group is run in large part by volunteers and is chartered by the New York State Educational Department Board of Regents as an educational institution. Staff members give tours of the historic structures and help coordinate seasonal activities including month-long Christmas festivities in December.