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Golf Outing 2021

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Join us on Monday, August 30, 2021 for Habitat Suffolk’s Annual Golf Outing & Dinner in memory of Steve Moll at the Wind Watch Golf & Country Club. Reserve your spot today! Click here to register.

Steve was a warm caring soul that would light up a room with his sense of humor and wit. He was a dedicated husband to his wife of 26 years, Angela, and devoted dad to his teen daughters Jessica, 18 and Sarah, 16. Steve was committed to his community and volunteered for many organizations. His desire to help others less fortunate with his wood-working talent, carpentry, and home improvements skills was the driver for volunteering with Habitat Suffolk for the last ten years. He organized numerous volunteer build days with the Rotary Club and enjoyed bringing his family to help on site. His passion to help others made a huge impact in many lives. Steve will forever live in our hearts.

The goal of the golf outing is to raise significant funds in support of Habitat Suffolk’s mission of affordable housing and community revitalization. We look forward to a sold-out event! We can make that happen only with your help and support!

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Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk Dedicates New Home to Islip Woman in Need

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Town of Islip, NY – February 23, 2021 – In a home dedication and key presentation ceremony, Shelly Williams took possession of a new home built by volunteers of Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk.

Ms. Williams, a single mother of two, was previously living with her mother and had faced many struggles with renting homes in the past. “As a renter you’re always going to be at the mercy of others,” said Ms. Williams, reflecting on her past struggles when homes she had rented with her family were foreclosed on. “It has always been my desire to be a homeowner and being accepted into the Habitat Family was a blessing. I am extremely thankful that God answered my prayers, and now I have a safe place for my children if they ever need it.”

Lee Silberman, CEO & Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk, led the ceremony and presented the keys to Ms. Williams. “The pandemic has shined a light on the affordable housing crisis in our community,” he said, adding, “We are happy that despite the current challenges we are still able to work to support the community and provide affordable housing to those in need.”

As is typical, Ms. Williams’ new home was acquired with a partially subsidized bank mortgage and a second “soft” mortgage (below prevailing interest rates) from Habitat Suffolk. This arrangement enables the homebuyer to meet down payment requirements and closing costs.

The home was built with the assistance of Island Outreach Foundation. Councilman James P. O’Connor welcomed Ms. Williams to the community on behalf of the Town of Islip. A house blessing was performed by Dr. Tricia Daley-Bowles of Community Nazarene Church in Wyandanch.

Since its founding, Habitat Suffolk and its sponsors and volunteers have built more than 200 affordable homes for Long Island residents in need of a decent place to live.

CEO Build

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Habitat Suffolk's CEO Build program is an annual opportunity for CEOs and C-level executives to get their hands dirty and serve the needs of our community. More than 30 executives trade in their business suits and computers for work clothes and hardhats to raise the walls on a Habitat home for a family in need.

On September 14, 2021, Habitat Suffolk will gather 30+ CEOs and
C-level executives to raise the walls of a future Habitat home in Shirley, NY.
Don't miss the opportunity to be part of 2021 CEO Build!
Help raise the walls on a Habitat home alongside C-suite level executives on Long Island.
For more information, contact

Lee Silberman Joins LIBN|NOW for Conversation on How Nonprofits Keep Long Island's Community and Economy Thriving

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February 25, 2021 - Lee Silberman, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk, took part in a conversation on LIBN|NOW to discuss the COVID-19 crisis's impact on the Long Island Community, the importance of non-profits, and how the pandemic has increased the need for affordable housing on Long Island. Also participating was Paule Pachter, CEO of Long Island Cares, Inc., an organization that brings together all available resources for the benefit of the hungry and food insecure on Long Island.

Charity Sporting Clay Outing

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2021 IFMA Long Island & Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk Charity Sporting Clay Outing.
A unique and fun way to team build! Early registration is available now for Sponsors.
Register here:

**Individual Shooter & Hit Squad tickets will be available to purchase on April 20th.

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Clay Shoot Sponsorships


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