• Monday, April 11th, 2011

    Angela’s House video

    The Angela’s House Video is on You tube:

  • Monday, October 25th, 2010

    Come See Embrace the Power of Change

  • Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

    Harvey Weisenberg helping Angela’s House

    Harvey Weisenberg has been very important helping Angela’s House

  • Sunday, July 4th, 2010

    Angela’s House on Telecare

  • Monday, January 18th, 2010

    Verizon FiOS TV – Push Pause

    See the Angela’s House interview with Verizon

    If you need a password, the password is: love

  • Friday, October 16th, 2009

    Angela’s House visits Walk 97.5

    WALK 97.5

    Walk’s Donna Vaughan and Bob Policastro in the studio taping a show.
  • Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

    Angela’s House visits Telecare TV

    Telecare TV

    On March 24th Bob Policastro from Angela’s House visited
    Telecare TV to on the show “Good News” an interview based program.
    The interview was with Msgr Jim Vlaun. The show features some of the positive stories going on in our faith community. We discussed the work we do with families of medically fragile children and the new “Angel of Hope” statue.

    Telecare is the catholic TV station of the Diocese of Rockville Centre

  • Friday, March 20th, 2009 Getting to know Angela’s House

    Picture yourself in a hospital delivery room, filled with excitement about becoming a parent. In an instant, joy turns to angst as the doctor informs you your child was born with an illness or a disability. You lose touch with friends, become engulfed in hospital treatments and your life is nothing you ever imagined it would be. You’re left with no way of caring for the child you love more than anything in world, both monetarily and physically, because the only treatment centers are out of state. This scenario prompted the founding of Angela’s House, dedicated to improve the quality of life for families and children with a severe disability or medical condition.
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  • Thursday, February 5th, 2009

    The Smithtown News: Investing time, money to help others

    Giving to others comes easily for benevolent businessman Michael Hanley, 28, of Kings Park.

    Mr. Hanley is the creator of Networking for a Cause, an organization that raises money, food, clothing and toys for various charities likes to make a person’s life just a little better.

    “We like to brighten people’s lives,” he said. Read More

  • Thursday, August 28th, 2008

    News 12 covers Angela’s House and the Bike Ride