Monday, August 8th, 2016
Sunday, August 7th, 2016
Rock n Roll BBQ for Angela’s House at 89 North
Saturday, July 23rd, 2016
Summer Fun at White Post Farms, Saturday July 23, 2016
Party included free admissions and food at the beautiful White Post Farms, Voted Best Petting Zoo on Long Island by the Long Island Press. Ranked among the best places on Long Island to take your kids for family fun. The Children also played on the wooden structures on the playground and the water slide. They also got to see the new exotic bird show
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016
I can’t believe this year was our 10th Annual Fishing Fundraiser. How time flies! Thank you for joining us for a beautiful evening on the water. This year we were lucky to have over 320 participants, and we hope that number continues to grow in the years to come. I sincerely hope that you had as great.
Thank you to our sponsors – Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Policastro, Applebee’s and “In Loving Memory of Kaiya” for their continued support of our efforts. We are so lucky to have such generous supporters.
Sunday, July 10th, 2016
Amazing ~ Amazing
Our dear friend Joanie, who fundraised at her nursing home
Friday, July 1st, 2016
Sunday, June 26th, 2016
Monday, June 6th, 2016
On Monday June 6th Angela’s House had our 14th Annual Golf Outing at Indian Hills Country Club. The course offered our guest a great day of golf. Our honoree was Erin Gibbons from United Asset Strategies Inc.
Sunday, June 5th, 2016
Antanas Bobelis Troop 343, Eagle Scout Project for Angela’s House.
He built a beautiful Shed at our Stony Brook House.
He did an amazing job we are very of him
Monday, May 2nd, 2016
Hauppauge, 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.
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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.