Author Archives: Samantha Soccorso
Early on the morning of Saturday June 8th members of Colonials Community Volunteer Corps, sponsored by Colonial Youth and Family Services, helped at the Long Island Walk to Fight Breast Cancer. Volunteer members and staff arrived at 6:00am at Smith Point Beach to help set up for the walk. Volunteers helped set up the staging [...]
Volunteers from Colonials Community Volunteer Corps, sponsored by Colonial Youth and Family Services, started the Community Gardens Project on Friday June 7th. With Flowers were donated by the Towns Ecology Center. Volunteers and staff planted an assortment of beautiful flowers at the Towns Senior Nutrition Center. Volunteer members will water and maintain these sites over [...]
Volunteers from Colonials Community Volunteer Corps sponsored by Colonial Youth and Family Services, and members of the William Floyd Community Summit worked together to raise money for prom assistance. This school year efforts by these two organizations raised $1,062. Roses were sold every month at William Floyd High School. Proceeds were raised and donated […]
Colonial Youth and Family Services 40th Annual Golf Outing Honoring Ron Gross President of The William Floyd United Teachers Union. Help on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at Rock Hill Country Club from 7am to 4pm. $200 includes Breakfast, BBQ Lunch, Cocktail Reception, On Course Refreshments, Green Fees & Golf Cart, Steak & Lobster Dinner and […]
Member of Colonials Community Volunteer Corps Receives Award
Colonial Community Volunteer Corps Member Receives Award
Colonial Volunteers Help at Chamber of Commerce Eggstravaganza
Graffiti Removal Campaign kicks off for 2019
On May 10, 2019 Jamie Regan will be honored by Town of Brookhaven Youth Bureau for Volunteer of the Year Awards. Below is a little bit of what she does with Colonials Community Volunteer Corps.
On May 1, 2019 Michelle Romero will receive an award from the Suffolk County Executive…Colonials Community Volunteer Corps and Colonial Youth and Family Services has nominated her for all her work with the group. Below is a little bit about what Michelle Romero has done with Colonials Community Volunteer Corps.