Working at the top Long Island Real Estate Brokerage, Coach Realtors, I take pride in keeping up-to-date on the ins and outs of living in Smithtown. It comes easy since Smithtown is not only a great place to work but also a place that I am proud to call home.
Staying abreast of what’s happening in Smithtown is a cinch with access to local websites, which bring me even closer to the people I work with, and for, every day. With research on everything from changes in the market to scholastic advancements and community affairs, I can anticipate much of our community’s needs. I don't just do it because it's my job, I do it because I care about Smithtown and the people who reside here.
Helping clients make one of the most important decisions of their life with ease is my reward, and now it’s time to give something back. Local charities are in great abundance and of great assistance to our community and now it's my turn to help them.
From this day on, a portion of all the money I make will go to one of these four local charities. That's right. Every single time I help someone buy or sell a house, I will donate money to a Long Island based non-profit organization.
Here are my Four favorite Charities that I am giving back to this year.
Firefighters Cancer Support Network NY Chapter
Bravo, Tony Cruz! On January 6, 2016, the Stony Brook University Cancer Center presented awards to community groups and organizations that provide support and services to the center's patients. FCSN New York Director Tony Cruz received an Above and Beyond Award for his work with fire/EMS members and their families fighting cancer at the center.
The objective of the Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) is to provide timely assistance to all fire service members and their families in the event of cancer diagnosis. We maintain and continuously update a roster of mentors who have personal experience with many types of cancers who will personally guide you through the process of dealing with your specific illness.
Paws Of War
Everyday 18 U.S Veterans commit suicide. Every 8 seconds one animal is put to death in a U.S shelter.
The Paws Of War Mission:
To train and place shelter dogs to serve and provide independence to our United States military veterans that suffer from the emotional effects of war, such as PTSD. In turn, each veteran can experience the therapeutic and unconditional love only a companion animal can bring.
In 1992, the not for profit organization Angela’s House was created to offer families and professionals an agency to call to help medically frail children and their families. Angela’s House has helped to simplify home care options for families by coordinating the extensive array of services needed to support medically frail children at home.
The Wellness Warriors
Each year a group of very dedicated individuals get together and raise money to support the AVON 39 walk for Breast Cancer. Last year these girls managed to raise over $81,000. Let's help them raise even more this year.
If you have an organization that you would like to help let us know.
Let's help make Long Island even better. If you are thinking of buying or selling a home give us a call at 631-759-6256