• Friday, March 13th, 2009

    West Islip High School helps Angela’s House

    The National English Honor Society had a Talent show on March 12 to benefit Angela’s House.
    The students , staff and teachers performed and the money raised was donated to Angela’s House.

  • Friday, February 13th, 2009

    The Honorees for the Angela’s House Spring Gala

    Pat came to the United States in 1939 from Rome, Italy. He joined the Marine Corp at age 16 and served from 1944 to 1947 in the Pacific and fought in the Battles of Okinawa and Saipan. He has served as President and has held various other offices in the United Veterans Organization of Nassau County and the 1st Marine Division Assn., NY Chapter. He works diligently on veterans’ issues to ensure that those who have fought to preserve our freedom are not forgotten. Pat also maintains a close relationship with the active Marines, assisting them with housing and education and helps familiarize them with the area to make their transition here easier. Pat also visits elementary schools and teaches the children the importance of honoring the flag and our country and to appreciate the freedom they enjoy.
    Since 2003 both Pat and Angelo have helped with the Nassau County 9/11 Memorial Foundation. They worked tirelessly for more than 4 years, until its completion, overseeing the construction site in Eisenhower Park, assisting the volunteer construction workers and working with architects and local government officials.

    Angel of Hope Statue

    In 2007 Bob Policastro the founder and Executive Director of Angela’s House met Pat Cassetta by chance. From that day Pat , Angelo and Bob worked on bringing the Angel of Hope statue to Eisenhower Park to honor all parents that have lost a child. On December 7th 2008 we had a breath taking opening ceremony along with a candle light vigil. This project would not be possible without the help and devotion of Pat Cassetta and Angelo Ciotta.

  • Friday, February 13th, 2009

    Ancient Order of Hibernians

    The Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 3 from Kings Park presented a check to Angela’s House during their meeting in February.

  • Friday, February 6th, 2009

    Angela’s House Gala

    The Angela’s House Gala Committee has been busy making baskets for the dinner on March 26, 2009. Please email for any information.

  • Friday, December 19th, 2008

    Christmasville on Long Island

    The Christmasville House!
    Chris Buckley usually starts decorating in the middle of October to have it all ready for Thanksgiving night. It takes him 4-6 hours a day during the week and all of the weekends to plan, setup and wire all of the decorations. During the holiday season we collect donations for Angela’s House and last year we raised more than $1,800.00 and would like to thank all of Long Island for all of your support. Chris is responsible for everything. He has such dedication and that holiday spirit to do all of this. He says “Seeing a kid’s face light up with excitement and joy is such a phenomenal feeling”. Our Christmas display is on everyday between 5:00-11:00pm from Thanksgiving night to the first Saturday after New Years.

    On December 13th, Santa made an early stop at the Christmasville house. Visitors took photos with Santa. The new favorite decorations of 2008 is the brand new computer controlled Christmas mega-tree and the New Years Time Square Building.

    visit the website to see directions and more information

    Many thanks to the Buckley family as they have dedicated funds from visitors donations to Angela’s House.

    Angel of Hope
    ornaments for sale
    ( Angel of Hope is a Monument for all parents that have lost a child)
  • Sunday, December 7th, 2008

    Angel of Hope – Grand Opening & Candlelight Ceremony

    There were over 200 people present for the Grand Opening and Candlelight Ceremony on
    December 6th, 2008

  • Sunday, November 30th, 2008

    Irish Business Network

    The Irish Business Network donated toys to Angela’s House

  • Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

    A Night for a Cure

    The Event on November 13th was a beautiful evening.
    The volunteers did a great job helping to make this night a success.
    The volunteers were from the Hauppauge High School and Middle School.
    The Hauppauge High Schools Chamber Orchestra performed during the first hour of the
    event and they did an amazing job under the leadership of their teacher and leader
    Mrs Tomasino

  • Thursday, November 13th, 2008

    A Night for a Cure

    What a spectacular evening. The Night for a Cure was on November 13th 2008. This affair was special in many ways. It helped to bring about awareness and raise money for nineteen childhood diseases and illnesses. There were many things that came together to make this event a success. Oheka Castle generously provided a venue for an enchanted evening. Our student volunteers did an exceptional job playing music, escorting guests, raffles sales, serving food and the student presentation. The food was spectacular with local restaurants donating their favorite dishes for a delectable cocktail hour and dinner. The donated baskets that filled the grand ball room were amazing. To top it off, the parents and families of the nineteen diseases and illness joined together with their guests and friends to enjoy the love and effort that went into having this special evening. Read More

  • Monday, November 10th, 2008

    Vets Day 5K Run

    The James V. Kavanaugh Knights of Columbus Vets Day 5K Run was on Sunday November 9th in honor of Angela’s House