Shelter Island Town Volunteer Park 192 N Ferry Rd, Shelter Is Ht, NY11965 Shelter Island Town Volunteer Park is a small local park located in Shelter Island Heights by the water. Residents may…More enjoy the water, survey local wildlife and walk the grounds.
Knights of Columbus 28785 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Knights of Columbus is a fraternal service organization. Its focus is on charitable giving, volunteering and supporting…More churches as well as building community. For further information, please call.
Hahn Realty 31855 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Suzanne Hahn is the manager and licensed real estate broker of Brown, Harris, and Stevens of Cutchogue. Brown Harris…More Stevens is located on Main Street in Cutchogue. The realty has been in business since 1973. Employees are local residents who volunteer in the community. Ideally located in the heart of Cutchogue, Brown Harris Stevens offers personalized service for their clients and promise a rewarding customer experience.
SAVES Inc. PO Box 453, Greenport, NY11944 SAVES (Spay, Alter, Vaccinate Every Stray) is a volunteer-operated humane organization with roots firmly established on…More the North Fork. According to its website, SAVES promotes "Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) of felines, as well as spaying and neutering of companion animals. TNR is the only effective and humane solution to feral/stray feline overpopulation. TNR is a non-lethal method whereby stray or feral cats are humanely trapped, evaluated, vaccinated and sterilized. Kittens and tame cats are adopted into good homes and the healthy feral cats are returned to their familiar habitats under the lifelong care of dedicated volunteers. TNR has not only prevented the birth of thousands of feral kittens, but has improved the quality of lives of the altered felines. To access more detailed information about TNR visit www.alleycat.org. If you are feeding stray or feral unaltered felines, please contact SAVES for help with TNR."
Brown Harris Stevens 120 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons is located on Main Street in Greenport. The realty has been in business since 1973…More and has been at this location for 26 years. Employees are local residents who volunteer in the community. Ideally located in the heart of Greenport, Brown Harris Stevens offers personalized service for their clients and promise a rewarding customer experience. E-mail the manager for more information: email@example.com.
Jamesport Meeting House 1590 Main Rd, Riverhead, NY11901 The Jamesport Meeting House is a historical site and church building that has served the community in different ways…More over the years. The structure is the original building and foundation that was built in 1731. It was built to serve as a church and a place of worship. It is currently operated by the North Fork Unitarian Universalist Fellowship since 2005 and holds Sunday worship services. This meeting place also serves as a wedding venue and a place for community meetings, youth group meetings and community project gatherings. Volunteer opportunities are available here for restoration work, grant writing and more.
Southold Fire Department 55135 Route 25, Southold, NY11971 Organized in 1886, the Southold Fire Department has 189 volunteers at the ready 365 days a year to serve the hamlets of…More Southold and Peconic. The brigade responds to about 600 calls a year, most of which are medical-related. The department has three class A pumper trucks, two ambulances, two dive rescue boats, a heavy rescue truck, a tanker, a hose truck, an aerial ladder truck and other support vehicles stored in two firehouses in Southold. The department consists of three fire companies and several squads.
St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church 523 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 Standing majestically on Front Street in Greenport, St. Agnes R.C. Church received an exterior makeover to celebrate its…More 125th anniversary in the spring of 2009. The building was completed in 1882 and dedicated in 1884. In addition to traditional masses, the church is also home to Maureen's Haven, a homeless shelter program run by volunteers during the winter months, and Spanish mass for North Fork's Latino population on Saturday nights.
Touted as the oldest public observatory on Long Island, Custer Institute offers regular stargazing every Saturday…More evening at dusk. In addition, members have regular events to use the facilities, library, and telescopes.
Stargazing is not the only offering. Open mic nights, art exhibits, music, lectures, poetry readings, and private events are held at Custer throughout the year. Teachers can also receive in-service credit through Custer. Custer welcomes new members and volunteers throughout the year.