Habitat for Humanity
Two years after Sandy struck, some residents are finally getting their homes cleaned up, said Mike Stimson with Habitat for Humanity.
Take time out of your upcoming vacation to help others who area in need.
Habitat for Humanity not only rebuilds neighborhoods, it’s trying to make them safer.
Give back to your community while having fun when you volunteer with these outdoor volunteer opportunities.
The film star and soon-to-be first-time dad kicked off the third annual Valspar Hands for Habitat charity campaign on Monday. The initiative auctions the painted hand prints of Hollywood’s hottest stars, like Lea Michele, Heather Graham, Naomi Watts, Stacy Keibler, Minka Kelly, Kate Bosworth and Susan Sarandon, to benefit Habitat for Humanity’s Disaster Response Programs.
Plenty of money has been sunk into rebuilding New Jersey’s economy, but some state officials said that hasn’t trickled down to help the homeowners who are still trying to rebuild.
Ashley Hebert and her husband JP Rosenbaum found love on hit show “The Bachelorette,” but now they’re on a new mission.
The Harvey School teamed up with Habitat For Humanity to require all students to take part in a day of service.
Ron and Joanna Darling, and their son, Jordan, will help paint a six-unit condo building Saturday with a Habitat for Humanity team in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
After burglars cleaned out a North Bellport home of gifts and electronics last weekend, the Sabolenko family thought they would have no presents to open on Christmas morning.
Grinch-like burglars are on the loose on Long Island. Now police want your help as they hunt for the heartless thieves who stole from a struggling family just days before Christmas.
In a city that is often only noted for crime and poverty, it’s hard to see the beauty of Mount Vernon, with the trash and abandoned lots around the city.
The building has a backyard with brightly colored exercise equipment for adults, and climbing equipment for children. It also has a gym.
The two day event will feature many sites, where city residents can drop off their trees and have them turned into wood chips, which will be used to nourish trees, plants and gardens across the area.