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Take a peek inside CAST’s new building in Greenport – The Suffolk Times!
PHOTOS: CAST Opens Doors to New Office on Front Street – North Fork Patch
A huge thank you to the Mattituck High School Community Service Club for their “Birthday in a Box” donation! There will be many happy children who will receive something special on their birthday!
A huge thank you to the Southold High School Environmental Club and Sang Lee Farms for their donation of vegetables!
CAST would like to thank everyone who donated non-perishable food items, health and beauty aids and paper products for our clients at our recent food drive! A huge thank you also to those who volunteered at our food drive!
Thank you to Reese, a second grader, who hosted Reese’s Recycling Project and collected empty bottles and soda cans from her school, recycled them, and raised $160 to donate to CAST!
Thank you to Kerri Zablotny and her two children for thinking of CAST with their Ice Pop Book Drive! They hosted a book drive and donated many children books for other children to enjoy!
Thank you to all who helped CAST move to our new office! We really appreciated your help!
CAST would like to send a huge thank you to Jake Rose who raised over $2500 for CAST with his “Color Greenport” Event. Coloring books can be purchased online at www.colorgreenport.com or at Burton’s Books!
A huge thank you to Victoria Witczak who obtained a grant through “Katie’s Krops: Kids Fighting Hunger, One Garden at a Time” and is growing and donating produce for CAST’s clients to enjoy! We really appreciate your consideration in choosing CAST as one of your recipients!
CAST would like to thank Au Pair in America and Camp America for their large donation of gently used and new shoes!
“Seven” is a dramatic documentary play based on interviews with seven women who, often at the risk of their own lives, bravely fought for women’s rights and social justice around the world. A special thank you to North Fork Reform Synagogue for producing and sponsoring the play, to Peconic Landing for hosting it, Eileen Fisher for their generous support, director and co-author Gail Kriegel, program director Margo Lowry, and marketing coordinator Barbara Sheryll! Thank you also to the local actors for their hard work and commitment!
Check out the article, Cutchogue playwright’s ‘SEVEN’ to benefit local charities, in The Suffolk Times about “Seven.”