Over the Edge will see 92 brave “Edgers” rappel 170 feet down the Tower at Nassau Community College on July 1, 2017 in order to help struggling families on Long Island.
It’s the tallest, most exciting fundraiser and community event to hit Nassau County and the most unique charitable sponsorship opportunity of 2017!
The Pajama Party to Protect Children is an evening of family fun to benefit less fortunate children across Long Island.
Everyone’s encouraged to attend in their pajamas and enjoy free range of the museum after hours, arts & crafts, story time, live animals, prizes, food, and more while supporting a great cause! The event will be held on Saturday, September 24th from 6 to 9pm at the Long Island Children’s Museum.
Here at Momee Friends, we are so grateful to everyone who has become a part of our growing network. We love discovering all the wonderful things about Long Island, and we especially love connecting you and your family to all that the Island has to offer. One of the greatest compliments we have received has also become a call to action for us – do you have anything for my 10 year old?
With that in mind, we are so excited to present “Discover Long Island with Momee Friends Youth!”
Momee Friends Youth will bring kids (ages 8-12) together in a safe and judgment-free environment where they can express themselves creatively and develop socially. They will take part in weekly team-building activities that will promote RESPECT, ACCEPTANCE, COOPERATION, and COLLABORATION. They will have the opportunity to participate in service projects that will show them how rewarding it is to give back to the community, and they will also be empowered by their own purchasing power by writing reviews of local businesses which we will visit as a group. We want our kids to take pride in who they are and certainly where they come from. We invite any businesses or organizations to join us as Community Mentors by participating or sponsoring the program, giving you an opportunity to have a direct and positive impact on the lives of our youth.