Cara’s love for animals and compassion for others is why she is our Shining Child of the month.
Meet nine-year old, Cara Scaduto. Cara is very artistically talented and she puts that talent to great use. She is making a difference with her artistic talent in our community in big ways. Whether her art is helping animals who need to be adopted or to raise money and collect food for a local Long Island food pantry, her efforts have not gone unnoticed.
Meet our Shining Child for the month of January, Justice Rodriguez.
Justice inspires us all to strive for what we want and at any age we can become a local entrepreneur.
Our 2nd Annual Let ALL The Children Play in May event was amazing. We want to thank all those who came to the event and supported the LATCP Playground and our mission of Inclusion. Whether you came for the day to enjoy the festivities with your family, volunteered your time, were an exhibitor, donated a raffle prize or were a local business sponsor; your efforts helped made for a successful event and WE THANK YOU!
The children had an amazing day with their families. You can feel the happiness through all of these beautiful smiles pictured, below.
George Rincon is seventeen years old and a scout here on Long Island. The community project he is doing at The Let All The Children Play Playground – Field 4 at Eisenhower Park will bring smiles to those who visit the park. The scout project he is doing will be a great addition and have a positive impact on the children who visit the park.
One more week till we hold the 2nd Annual Let ALL the Children Play in May event at the Let All The Children Play Playground (LATCP). This is the second year we are holding this event to support the LATCP playground. Both, LATCP and Momee Friends believe in Inclusion and that children of ALL abilities should have a safe and friendly environment to play. We invite you, your family and friends to join us for a FREE family day at the park with a lot of activities for ALL to enjoy. The event is next Sunday, May 22nd from 11am to 4pm at Field 4 of Eisenhower Park in East Meadow.
We are so happy to announce our Shining Child of the Month for January 2016, Raymond Mohler Jr. He started his foundation called, The Little St. Nick Foundation over a decade ago and he has made such a positive impact on the community.