It was an amazing day at the Hauppauge Middle School on Saturday November 1st. They did a fundraiser called “Cars for a Cure”.
The faculty, students and community did a great job with this exciting event. The guiding force behind this was the principal Mrs Maryann Fletcher and the main coordinator of the event the Assistant principle Mrs Joy Ferrara. This effort was born out of the Middle School desire to help honor the many local children in their community that are afflicted with diseases and illnesses. The feeling that we are trying to create is the community is behind there kids. The children and their parents should not feel alone. The community is thinking about them. This event raised awareness and money to support research so that one day we may find cures for these childhood diseases. During the months of October and November many people have come together to show we can all make a difference.
The Middle school event has been a great kick off to the many efforts the teachers and students have done through out the Hauppauge district to help show support to their children and their parents . The Elementary Schools have been doing fund raisers and making baskets. The teachers have been doing multiple creative things including jeans days to raise money and awareness. Many thanks to the Hauppauge school district, teachers, students and community for all their support. The many families in their district that have children with different diseases and illnesses really appreciate all they have done.
On November 13th Angela’s House will be hosting a fund raiser to raise money and awareness for childhood diseases and illnesses. The event is called ” A Night for A Cure” which will be held at Oheka Castle. This event honors all the children and families throughout Long Island and the Metro area. 100 percent of the money raised will go to support research to support all of our children.