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  • Friday, May 27th, 2016

    Spring 2016

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex medical and physical needs.

    Angelas-House-Spring-2016-Final-50Testimony from Johnny’s Mom

    Angela’s House and what it means to me.

    I was a young mother of four when my youngest child Johnny’s medical condition changed when he required a tracheotomy and a feeding tube. Up until Johnny was nearly 5 (1998) he lived at home. With his medical needs growing I was unable to care for him at home with us all.
    Through what I would consider to be divine intervention, I was put in contact with Bob Policastro, a man and his family that had been through what my family was going through. Bob and his wife Angie have been working tirelessly to have a home built for children that their medical needs were too great for families to care for their child at home but whose family is on Long Island. It was an additional two year wait for the house to be built but it was built and that meant my son would be on Long Island with his family and it meant a shorter distance to drive for a visit.
    Johnny spent nearly 16 years at Angela’s House and during that time he has received excellent medical care and a tremendous amount of LOVE. The wonderful nurses and aides tirelessly provided Johnny with kisses, hugs and jokes. Johnny rewarded them with the simplest of gestures…his smile.
    Over the years my children and myself considered everyone at Angela’s House a second family to us. Johnny had additional brothers and sisters along with the staff that became his second moms. We were truly blessed and fortunate to have this special place for Johnny.

    Holiday Party

     

    Angela’s House Spring Gala

     

    Your Gifts Make a Difference

    Donations can be sent to:
    Angela’s House
    PO Box 5052
    Hauppauge, NY 11788

    Angela’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; your gift is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

    Please make checks out to: “Angela’s House”

    Angela’s House uses public programs, grants and donations to assist families caring for their children with special health care needs that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness. Your donations and assistance with fundraising allows us to ease the financial burdens our families experience with the day-to-day care of these children. These funds are very important especially for children who need help right away but often must wait months to get assistance through public programs. These funds are used to purchase medical supplies, medical care, therapeutic equipment, and other items not covered by insurance. Below are a few of the families and children we assist in our programs.

     

    Donations in Memory of
    Philip Bonvino
    Rose Gulielmo
    Eric Yablonski
    Peter Tumminello
    Graham Gurcan
    Bonnie Farrell
    Andrew Baierlein
    Dominic Capone
    Katelyn Hesselberg
    Zach Cashin
    Brandon LeMaire
    Antonella DiGiovanni
    Jake Spadalik
    Evan Dragan
    Samantha Jo Lazzazaro
    Angela Policastro
    Angela Lombardo
    Abigail Rose Peyman
    Emma Nelson
    John McGrath
    Nicolas Alfiero-Rosario
    Zack Merlin

    In Lieu of Gifts
    Morrone’s 40th Wedding Anniversary
    Brooks Hallahan’s Christening 

    Donations in Honor of
    Mackenzie Borchers
    Ethan Leest
    Caroline Serva
    Grace Feeney
    Isabella Viola
    Gina DiMartino
    Oliver Miller Wilhel
    Otto Warnke
    James Getters
    Margaret Kenney
    Anthony Olivero
    Michele Felline
    Reuben Brewer
    Adam Shapiro
    Stephanie Belli
    Angel Jasmine Hollins
    Diana Corte
    Andrew Berliner
    Elaine Pagano
    Ed Tompkins
    Billy Christiansen
    Ronald Richards NYPD
    Philomenia Lampone
    An Ferdinand Casares

    In Lieu of Flowers
    Samantha Lazzaro
    Johnny Boutin
    Lorraine Bonnett

    Planned Gifts

    For information on making a Planned Gift, please contact Angela’s House so that we may assist you. Gift opportunities include: Bequests, Life Insurance, Real Estate, Stock, Trusts and Wills.

    Message from the Executive Director Bob Policastro

    bob-policastroI am often asked – “How do [we] handle the many tragic things [we] see with regards to the children we assist?” It is a good question and so simple for me to answer. I think back to when my wife and I were faced with our own challenges with our daughter; we did all we could to love her and give her the best we could. While we may not have the breakthrough technology to cure or heal the medically fragile children we assist, we can work with the children and their parents to give the children the best quality of life possible. On the cover you read about Johnny and his journey with us, in his mom’s own words. While we knew we were incapable of changing his medical condition, we could (and did) give him the life that he deserved. We also do our best to extend love and compassion and give peace to his family and other families who have lost a child. It is painful to see a child pass; we can only hope that the parents find the peace they so very much deserve. We are so immensely proud of our staff and the quality of care that our children receive. We know that like Johnny, there are so many children and families that are benefitting from our existence. But, there is some uncertainty. There is an important issue we are currently being faced with. New York State is continuing to redesign the Medicaid service delivery system. We do not know the long term ramification(s) but we do see problems now. We do not have a new home in the works due to a lack of funding to support it, not a lack of need. Our medically fragile children, who age out of our program(s), have no residential alternatives to support them. This is a huge issue and dilemma for us. The pressure soon will be to move our children into managed Medicaid programs which we feel is based on limiting services. We are concerned about changes to our work with the coordination of care. Unfortunately, all of these changes equate to cuts within our support network. It is for these reasons that your support is more important than ever before. We know that we are so lucky to have such wonderful friends and supporters. We mean it so sincerely when we say we could not do what we do and help who we help without you. So, again, thank you so much for your generosity! 

    angel-of-hopeSave the Date: Angel of Hope Candlelight Vigil

    December 3rd, 2016 – 4:00 PM at Eisenhower Park

    For all families that have lost a child.

    Thanks to Our Supporters

     

    Recent Events

    My Country Cares for Angela’s House

    Visit us and like us at the above  named Facebook page 

    My Country 96.1FM, a JVC Broadcasting Station, held its 5th annual all-day Radio-thon fundraiser, which included on-air donations, on-air auctions and an ebay auction for Angela’s House. DJs Phathead and Bill Powers interviewed children and parents that visited the studio during the event.  

     

    Eat & Greet with NY Mets & Long Island’s own Steven Matz

     

    Serva Family  Angela’s House Golf Outing 

     

    SAVE THESE DATES:

    For more information, sponsorships or to register online, visit www.angelashouse.org or call Johanna Rotta at 631-796-2723 or email jrotta@angelashouse.org. Visit and like our Angela’s House Facebook page for all current information!

  • Monday, May 2nd, 2016

    Rothco shows support at home

    Rothco2Hauppauge, NY (5/2/2016) – This past winter Ronkonkoma- based military clothing and gear supplier, Rothco, and its employees selected Angela’s House to be the recipient of funds raised during their annual year-end campaign.

    As Howard Somberg, President of the company stated, “Here at Rothco we are very interested in working with local, grass-roots organizations that provide vital support to those of our community in need. Angela’s House is a great example of a facility that is providing much needed care to children and their families and we know that the funds we give go directly to help those who really need it.”

    The incredibly generous and unexpected $30,000 donation from the company and its staff has enabled Angela’s House to substantially increase our Reimbursement Program’s budget for 2016. This program allows for requests for funding to cover such items as medical equipment, nursing support, therapies, medications and making their homes handicapped accessible. These are critical to the well-being of the children and a great help to the families caring for them. The funds, which are avaliable to our over 650 children, are only tapped into after all other avenues have been explored, including Medicaid.

    “When we were asked by Rothco to speak to their staff, we learned how Howard Somberg had created a culture of giving at his company. Giving back to local non-profits is very important to the company and we are honored and humbled to have been selected as one of the non-profits they would support,” said Bob Policastro, Founder and Executive Director of Angela’s House.

    For more information about Angela’s House please visit: www.AngelasHouse.org.

    For additional information, please visit:

    Angela’s House:                               www.AngelasHouse.org

    Facebook page:                                www.facebook.com/angelashouse

     

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    About Rothco

    Rothco is the foremost supplier of military, tactical, survival and outdoor products. Founded in 1953, Rothco, a family-owned business run by Milton Somberg and Howard Somberg, has provided the military clothing and outdoor retailer with top quality merchandise and the finest service anywhere for over 60 years. Today Rothco serves over 10,000 dealers globally with over 4,000 items to choose from. For more information, please visit www.Rothco.com

     

    About Angela’s House

    Angela’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that assists families caring for children with special health care needs that are medically fragile, chronically ill or suffering from a life threatening illness. The organization assists families caring for their children at home, and for children that can no longer live at home, we run three unique homes where children can live with 24 hour nursing support. Our new home in Stony Brook cares for children that require ventilator support to assist them with breathing.  The Policastro family founded this agency 24 years ago following the tragic crisis they faced with their daughter Angela. This parent-first mentality has become the approach and philosophy they apply to each family they assist.

    More information about Angela’s House can be found at www.AngelasHouse.org.

     

  • Saturday, November 14th, 2015

    INCREDIBLE SHOW OF SUPPORT; HUNDREDS WALK FOR LONG ISLAND’S MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN

     

    Fbook bannerThe sun shone bright on Sunday, September 13th for supporters of Angela’s House.  Over 500 people lined the registration tables at 9:30am to participate in the 1st Annual 3K Applebee’s for Angela’s House Walk at the Holtsville Ecology Center.

    The participants included many of the Angela’s House children who walked and rolled along with their parents, siblings, family, friends, nurses and other supporters. A local DJ and a live acoustic performance kept the crowd dancing, even after the mile-long walk. Balloon animals made by Ellis, the Funny Man and face painters kept the children entertained and a delicious lunch provided by Applebee’s satiated everyone’s appetites.

    We walked to raise awareness about the limited options that children born and diagnosed as being medically frail, chronically ill or suffering from any type of life threatening condition(s) have as far as services available to help them when and/or if they leave the hospital.  These children have medical conditions that often require intensive nursing care, and other services that, if are available, are very fragmented and difficult to coordinate. The daunting task of home care is extremely overwhelming, especially without an agency available to coordinate the services needed to support such child at home. Until Angela’s House, there were no local specialized homes or facilities available that could care for these children and their unique needs.  The nearest facilities were often out of state, leaving families in a very difficult position – have their child in a setting where they would receive quality care and travel hours to see them, or place them in a non-age appropriate setting and have them close to home.   These voids in the system make a horrifying situation even worse.

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  • Thursday, November 12th, 2015

    Fall 2015

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex medical and physical needs.

    Angela’s House Golf Outing

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    Our 13th annual golf outing was sold out on June 8th at the Indian Hills Country Club in Northport. Thanks to our sponsors Tom Collins/Chris Panatier 9-11 Memorial Foundation Inc., SJS Construction Co., SIW Inc., and Empire National Bank. Guests enjoyed the private golf course with several holes overlooking the water, a full breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour and dinner. Our Honoree Tom LaCascia made a very inspiring speech during our dinner.

    Your Gifts Make a Difference

    Donations can be sent to:
    Angela’s House
    PO Box 5052
    Hauppauge, NY 11788

    Angela’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; your gift is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

    Angela’s House uses public programs, grants and donations to assist families caring for their children with special health care needs that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness. Your donations and assistance with fundraising allows us to ease the financial burdens our families experience with the day-to-day care of these children. These funds are very important especially for children who need help right away but often must wait months to get assistance through public programs. These funds are used to purchase medical supplies, medical care, therapeutic equipment, and other items not covered by insurance. Below are a few of the families and children we assist in our programs.

    Below are a few of the children and their families from our summer party at White Post Farms

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    Donations in Memory of

    Frances Borrelli
    Dominic Capone
    Zachary Cashin
    Lauren Cummins
    Antonella DiGiovanni
    Evan Dragan
    Bonnie Farrell
    Kelly Anne Ficken
    Graham Gurcan
    Geraldine Harrington
    Kyle Herring
    Kaitlyn Hesselbirg
    Philomenia Lampone
    Zach Merlin
    Brandon LeMaire
    Joan Murray
    Emma Nelson
    Adam Nevins
    Robert Oakley
    Abigail Peyman
    Paulie Poloskey
    Angela Policastro
    Jake Spadalik

    Donations in Honor of

    Caroline Caggiano
    Gina DiMartino
    Grace Feeney
    Michael Iovane Jr.
    Thomas McGrath
    Ella Rose Monaco 
    Caroline Serva 
    Hannah Shikora
    Jake Zane

     

    Donations in Lieu
    of Flowers

    In a time of grieving the family requests donations be made to Angela’s House in lieu of flowers

    John McGrath

    Planned Gifts

    For information on making a Planned Gift, please contact Angela’s House so that we may assist you. Gift opportunities include: Bequests, Life Insurance, Real Estate, Stock, Trusts and Wills.

    Message from the Executive Director Bob Policastro

    bob-policastroThe front cover of this newsletter showcases all the excitement and fun we had at our walk in September. The spirited crowd of people had a great time supporting our newest annual fundraiser! In planning this walk we ran into a common problem we have on a reoccurring basis; we often encounter difficulties when trying to explain what challenges or ailments a medically fragile, chronically ill or technology dependent child may have. Even after advocating and working with families for 26 years, I still find this particularly challenging – how do you explain the wide scope of disabilities, accidents or rare diseases that our children have?

    During a recent discussion, a suggestion was made to log all of the many different diagnoses of the children we assist. Upon completion of the list, it was not a surprise to our staff to see we had hundreds of conditions/ailments listed. How could we best showcase the breath and complex nature of these diagnoses to allow the general public to learn about the challenges faced by Angela’s House children?

    The idea of a new design, as shown on the cover, with approximately 200 diagnoses listed wrapped around the Angela’s House logo
    seemed like the perfect solution. It includes the terminology professionals use to describe our children’s medical state, and helps us educate the public on the various different (common and rare) conditions/ailments our kids are battling on a daily basis. We decided that this design would serve as a great image for the T-shirt for our first annual walk.

    The support we continue to receive in the community is miraculous! We could never meet the needs of our mission without your help! The donations made allow us to purchase the medical supplies and equipment that are needed to safely care for medically frail children. They also allow us to guarantee that our three homes have state-of -the art equipment, so that we can offer the highest level of care that these children deserve. The monetary support enables us to host a summer party for the Angela’s House children and their families. It gives us an opportunity to give the kids gifts, like handmade dolls, stuffed animals or books. All of these efforts help show families of children that are medically frail that they are not alone and the community is thinking about them.

    Through this generosity you are providing the gift of hope – which is the greatest gift of all. Thank you for your kindness.

    98531_Angela House Fall_LRSave the Date: Angel of Hope Candlelight Vigil

    December 5th, 2015 – 4:00 PM at Eisenhower Park

    For all families that have lost a child.

    Thanks to Our Supporters

     

    Fishing Fundraiser

    fishingOver 200 people filled our boats for the 8th Annual Angela’s House Fishing Fundraiser! What a fun event! Captain Chris from the charter boat Fishtail does a great job coordinating all the boats. Guests enjoyed fishing, eating and lounging in the beautiful Great South Bay.

    Holiday Inn Westbury Hawaiian Luau

    luauThe Holiday Inn Westbury hosted an incredible fundraiser. Their attention to detail was impeccable, transforming their courtyard into a tropical paradise.

     

    SAVE THESE DATES:

    • Spring Gala – March 31, 2016, Watermill Inn
    • Golf Outing  – Jube 6, 2016, Indian Hills Country Club
    • Follow us on Facebook or our website to see our upcoming events and activities

    For more information, sponsorships or to register online, visit www.angelashouse.org or call 631-979-2620. Visit and like our Angela’s House Facebook page for all current information

  • Saturday, October 31st, 2015

    Halloween Extravaganza at Angela’s House 3

    Thanks to the generosity of one of our great supporters, Frank Lombardo, all of the children at Angela’s House III received Halloween costumes this year!  This year’s theme: Princesses and Superheros!

    The children also enjoyed an evening of music from The Music Man and buckets of candy and goodies, which were beautifully put together by Nicole.  

    Many thanks to the amazing generosity shown by Frank & Nicole and to Mark, Dawn Marie, Melissa and Danny thank you for helping us celebrate!

     

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    Candy and goodies for the kids

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    Our very own Captain America!

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    Caroline and her sisters were beautiful princesses

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    The Music Man, himself!

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    The incredible group of volunteers: Mark, Danny, Dawn, Melissa and Frank

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    Trick or Treat!

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    All dressed up and ready for candy!

    All dressed up and ready for candy!

  • Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

    Long Island ROCKED for Angela’s House

    Patchogue’s 89 North Music Venue was packed to capacity with  supporters, brought together to ROCK Angela’s House raising over $25,000, a volunteer event committee worked together to lead the efforts to raise support and funds in between sets. Long Island’s own music artists, Panic, 45 RPM, Beyond Fab and Wonderous Stories, ROCKED the house, keeping the attendees in great spirits, dancing, laughing and enjoying the event and one another.

    In addition, Angela’s House children and families took the stage to share their journeys and spoke about how their lives have been impacted by the work the organization does to advocate for and on behalf of their children. 

    All proceeds of this event will go towards providing the children and families of Angela’s House with the services and/or equipment that they need to provide them with the best quality of life possible.

    The incredible crowd!

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  • Thursday, September 10th, 2015

    Our kids

    The ailments, conditions, disabilities of children of Angela’s House can’t be described using one term.  The children often have multiple illnesses or challenges, and often have other related complications. This summer we logged many of the different diagnoses of the children we assist and we narrowed it down to 200.  These disabilities, accidents or common/rare diseases have so many variations within them and unique characteristics and difficulties.

     

  • Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

    Spring 2015

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex medical and physical needs.

    Jake

    0515001_Angelas House v2_LowResEmailThis past December our beautiful son Jake lost his battle with a rare genetic disorder called Infantile Neuro Axonal Dystrophy. Jake was born “normal” but began showing signs of this disorder just over a year old. We were able to care for Jake at home with the help of Angela’s House and the Care At Home Program utill he was 15 years old. At this time his disorder had progressed and he needed 24 hour nursing care. It was a very difficult decision to move Jake out of our home where he had always lived with us and his younger siblings, Julia and Ricky. We agreed we would never place him anywhere but one of Angela’s Houses. When we got the call that there was an opening at the new Angela’s House III we knew it was the right time for Jake and our family. Angela’s House allowed us to visit Jake and spend quality time with him instead of taking care of his constant medical needs. The nurses, staff, children and their families became our second family. Our children loved visiting with Jake at the house and seeing everyone there, they still ask to visit.

    This past April we were able to give back to Angela’s House by hosting a Comedy Night fundraiser at the Paramount. We will always be grateful to Bob Policastro and Angela’s House for everything they have done for our son Jake and our family.

    God Bless,
    Suzanne and Rick Spadalik

    Holiday Party

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    Message from the Executive Director Bob Policastro

    bob-policastro THANK YOU! When you look through this Newsletter you will understand why I feel compelled to express my gratitude to you. We could not fulfill our mission of assisting medically frail children without your support. I often tell people that at times when I first started advocating, how it often felt like very few people understood the world surrounding chronically ill children. Because of this, the awareness and support we received now is nothing short of a miracle.

    There is a sensitive topic that most people would shy away from, but I need to mention it because of the several heroic acts we were recently parts of. The front cover has a story about one of our children that recently passed, and his family. His loss brought great pain to his family, but they unselfishly decided to hold a fundraiser to help other families. At our holiday party I had the pleasure to have a conversation with Lauren, whose doctors had explained that she had limited time left. She always strived to live her life by this motto; Happy, Positive & Healthy. She displayed this even in her small acts, such as when she handed me one of her bracelets and started to tell me a few jokes. At our Gala we had Emma Nelson’s family make a donation in her honor. One of my favorite photos I have is Emma on the pony with the dad holding her ventilator, her nurse on the other side of the pony and the matron guiding the horse down the path. In today’s world people often wonder where heroes are. I can tell you that I am blessed to see them all the time. We are very fortunate to have our holiday party sponsor Arthur Krantz from We Care for Kids, along with many volunteers and support from Local 25 in Hauppauge. This two day party continues to be an amazing event for the children and families we assist.

    Come join us on Facebook, Twitter, and our website to learn about the exciting events and activities we do all year.

    Thanks to Our Supporters

    0515001_Angelas House v2_LowResEmailSave the Date: Angel of Hope Candlelight Vigil

    December 5th, 2015 – 4:00 PM at Eisenhower Park

    For all families that have lost a child.

    Angela’s House Spring Gala

    Over 200 people attended our gala at the beautiful and newly renovated Watermill Caterers of Smithtown. The event always has a warm feel to it. We were happy to honor Ron and Robert Brigati for their amazing support hosting our Angela’s House Summer party for the children and families. Bill Powers from My Country 96.1 FM and Kimberly reenacted discussion they had on air when the station did a Marathon event for us. Thank you to the sponsors of the event Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Policastro, Vehicle Tracking Solutions, In Memory of Emma Nelson and Local 25 the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

    Your Gifts Make a Difference

    Donations can be sent to:
    Angela’s House, PO Box 5052, Hauppauge, NY 11788. Angela’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; your gift is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

    Angela’s House uses public programs, grants and donations to assist families caring for their children with special health care needs that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness. Your donations and assistance with fundraising allows us to ease the financial burdens our families experience with the day-to-day care of these children. These funds are very important especially for children who need help right away but often must wait months to get assistance through public programs. These funds are used to purchase medical supplies, medical care, therapeutic equipment, and other items not covered by insurance. Below are a few of the families and children we assist in our programs.

    Donations in Memory Of:

    Andrew Baierlein

    Dominic Capone

    Zachary Cashin

    Joseph Catalano

    Lauren Cummins

    Antonella DiGiovanni

    Evan Dragan

    Mary English

    Bonnie Farrell

    Kelly Anne Ficken

    Graham Gurcan

    Kyle Herring

    Kaitlyn Hesselbirg

    Alecandra Michele Leader

    Brandon LeMaire

    Philomena Lampone

    Emma Nelson

    Robert Oakley

    Phil O’Neil

    Arthur Peterson

    Abigail Peyman

    Paulie Poloskey

    Angela Policastro

    Evelyn Schneider

    Jake Spadalik

     

    Donations in Honor Of:

    The Altbacker Family

    Caroline Caggiano

    Christoper Cannone

    Gina DiMartino

    Grace Feeney

    Oliver Miller

    Vistor Ortiz

    Pedrom Palazzo

    Anthony Russo

    Carloline Serva

    Isabella Viola

    Jake Zane

     

    Planned Gifts:

    For inforamation on making a Planned Gift, please contact Angela’s House so that we may assist you.

    Gift oppotunities include: Bequests, Life Insurance, Real Estate, Stock, Trusts and Wills.

     

     

    My Country Cares For Angela’s House

    JVC Broadcasting, My Country FM 96.1, held an all day fundraiser and raffle for Angela’s House. DJs Phathead and Bill Powers with some of the children that visited the studio during the event that helped to raise money and awareness for medically frail children.

    RACE FOR

    Signage Sponsorship donations available for the 2015 Racing Season

    Serva Family Angela’s House Golf Outing

    SAVE THESE DATES:

    • Fishing Fundraiser – July 23, 2015 at 4pm, Sailing from Captree State Park, Fishing and Dinner
    • Arthur & William J. Pace Memorial Golf Outing – August 24, 2015,Benefiting Angela’s House, Nissequogue Golf Club
    • Alngela’s House Walk-A-Thon and family fun day – September 13th, 2015
    • Follow us on Facebook or our website to see our upcoming events and activities

    For more information, sponsorships or to register online, visit www.angelashouse.org or call 631-979-2620

  • Monday, June 15th, 2015

    Walkers and Volunteers needed

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    We are excited to add this walking event.

    The We will be setting up a fun filled day.

    The day will include

    – our walk

    – visit to the animals Preserve

    – Lunched supplied by Applebee’s

    – music and more

    Start thinking about doing the walk with us. Starting thinking about a team.

    Create a team to honor a child.

    If you would like to volunteer, please email

    info@angelashouse.org 

  • Monday, June 15th, 2015

    ANGELA’S HOUSE GOLF OUTING

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    We had a beautiful day for our golf outing. Our event was at Indian Hills Country Club in Northport which is a hidden gem on the water. Our honoree was Thomas LaCascia , North Shore – LIJ CareConnect Insurance Company, Inc. Thomas has been a great support to Angela’s House in our mission to assist families care for children that are medically frail.  

    The Golf was great, the food was delicious, the raffles were the best we ever had and our presentation helped us to bring a greater understand of the lives of the medically frail children and their families