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Volunteers put together hygiene kits for St. Pat’s Food Pantry
Brookhaven Free Library hosted a Community Clean Up.
Patrons at Cold Spring Harbor created items to be donated to local community organizations.
Children made animal portraits for the animal shelter. Tweens made pillows for the animal shelter. Teens volunteered to help distribute costumes at our Halloween Costume Drive.
Patrons created adopt Me Portraits for the local animal shelter with Theresa Maritato.
Farmingdale held a food and crayon drive during their fandom fest.
Teens made caps for newborns, and patrons donated supplies for babies for a community drive.
Patrons were creating quilt squares for Operation Safe and Warm quilt initiative, decorating bags containing a craft for local children’s hospital, and creating book marks for a local nursing home at Jericho Public Library.
At Levittown Public Library patrons decorated quilt squares for Operation Safe and Warm, collected clothes and fabric for RewareAble, donated toiletries for The Mary Brennan Inn, and food donations for St. Bernard’s Social Ministry Pantry.
Malverne Public Library hosted a Bideawee Pet Supply Drive and made toys for shelter cats. Take a look at the bin and car full of donations!
Merrick Library held a kids’ movie party to benefit The Book Fairies.
Volunteers decorated fabric squares to be sewn into Long Island’s largest quilt.
Patrons made cards for veterans.
The library is collected bedding and toys for dogs and cats waiting to be adopted at Bideawee.
The library hosted a number of ways for patrons to give back to their community.
Patrons at Rockville Centre Public Library assembled birthday kits for families in need.
Teen volunteers cleaned up Lake Ronkonkoma.
The library held a Community Breakfast, Teen Car Wash, Pet Adoption Fair, Food Drive, and Children’s Volunteer Stations. There was even an R2D2 created out of donated canned goods!
Teens at Shelter Rock Library made snack bags and tic-tac-toe games for families at the Ronald McDonald House.
Teens made cards for Operation Gratitude.
Patrons made no-sew blankets for Project Linus. Project Linus provides blankets to kids in shelters and in hospitals.
Teens at Syosset Public Library created tie dye tote bags and filled them with non-perishable food items for food banks throughout Long Island.
Staff and volunteers at Wantagh Public Library braved the rain to do clean up at the Twin Lakes Preserve.