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  • Glen Cove High School’s Big Red Team participated in a Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society at North Shore High School on June 10.

  • Demonstrating the students’ commitment to helping worthy causes, East Islip High School’s National Honor Society collected $1,200 at a recent car wash fundraiser for the benefit of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

  • By: Lily Blum – Media Relations Student Assistant Being a student-athlete gives those lucky enough to represent their university a platform to discuss important issues, especially those that sometimes don't always get the attention they deserve or need.

  • The Leo Club at Floral Park Memorial High School recently ran a successful food/personal-care item drive for Long Island Cares. In addition, the club purchased and donated a goat from the Heifer International Organization to help meet the nutritional needs of an impoverished family in Africa.

  • Elmont Covert Avenue, recent first place winners in the Team Up 4 Community Spring Sports Heroes Challenge, continued with their inspiring community service efforts with Go4TheGoal. They had a themed field day and raised $2300 for Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer®.

  • Hempstead, NY - Throughout the 2016-17 academic year, Hofstra University student-athletes dedicated themselves to serving others. Between Hofstra's 17 athletic teams and more than 300 student-athletes, the Pride took part in 55 community service projects, and totaled nearly 3,000 hours of service.

  • CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami Department of Athletics continued to earn high praise with its student-athlete community outreach program, as it earned a No. 3 ranking in the NCAA Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Competition.

  • Dutch Broadway School students showed off their patriotism by wearing red, white and blue during the fifth annual walk-a-thon benefiting Building Homes for Heroes on June 2.

  • On May 25, helping hands and caring hearts of approximately 150 Herricks Middle School students came together to assemble packages for the Birthday Wishes volunteer organization. They gathered in the building’s cafeteria and worked together to create gifts that will turn into lasting memories.

  • Connolly School students recently dressed as their favorite animals and participated in a variety of fun games to raise money for the National Wildlife Federation, which is dedicated to protecting wildlife and habitats.

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