Our Accomplishments

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Our Accomplishments 2017-07-28T11:35:35+00:00

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Helped Cadence, an 11 year old girl afflicted with a rare disease called FOXG1 syndrome which leaves her unable to walk or speak. LIHBC created a handicapped accessible bedroom with fun colors, decorations and air conditioning that make Cadence smile and keep her cool. LIHBC also donated a Chill Out Chair Roll’er which allows Cadence to move around easily throughout her house while being comfortable!

Long Island Home Builders Care donated $9,250.00 to the Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) in loving memory of Robert Ferruggiari who passed away at the age of 29 in 2017.

Long Island Home Builders Care helps two young Long Island children afflicted with a rare genetic spinal disease allowing them to move freely around their home. LIHBC donated a van that is equipped to accommodate the physical challenges of the boys, ages 4 and 5. Along with the van, LIHBC renovated their home, completing a finished basement with an elevator, a ramp and deck for a backyard pool, landscaping, ongoing door widening and a redesigned kitchen that eliminates obstacles for the Accardi boys!

Donated by TRITEC

Donated by TRITEC

Donated by LIHBC, J.Ratto Landscaping, All-Way Elevator Inc. A Grchitecture Inc.

Donated by LIHBC, J.Ratto Landscaping, All-Way Elevator Inc. A Grchitecture Inc

Donated by Engel Burman

Donated by Engel Burman

Donated by Alure

Donated by Alure

2015 Walk-a-Thon

2012 Walk-a-Thon

2015 Walk-a-Thon

2015 Walk-a-Thon

Walk-A-Thon is a fun filled event to help raise much needed funds for LIHBC, Inc.

2012 Walk-a-Thon

2012 Walk-a-Thon

2012 Walk-a-Thon

2012 Walk-a-Thon

Walk-A-Thon is a fun filled event to help raise much needed funds for LIHBC, Inc.

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LIHBC contributed over$100,000 in materials, labor, and cash toward the renovations of the St.Charles Hospice in Port Jefferson.

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We partnered with Habitat for Humanity to build two homes in five days.

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Our volunteers adopted a homeless shelter on Long Island filling each child’s Christmas Wish List. We brought food, presents and gave everyone a Holiday Party that included Santa Claus and his helpers.

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This scholarship is in memory of one of our beloved LIBI members, Gregory Mancini.  It provides scholarships annually to qualifying students

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We participated in this project by building 4 homes in 5 days for underpriviledged families. All materials, supplies and labor were contributed by our membership.  In addition, we donated many items for the home such as pots, pans, dishes, bedding, flat screen TVs, and numerous other things to get the families started.

Our volunteers built a new home for a single Mom which was presented to her just prior to the 2007 Christmas Holidays.  All materials, supplies and labor were contributed by our membership.  Once again, we donated all new home necessities, including toys for 5 year old daugther.

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LIBI members and volunteers joined together to build an affordable home for a family in need in Brentwood.

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Provided roof repair and other home renovations for an individual who suddenly became physically challenged in Islandia.

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Demolished and rebuilt a home to provide handicapped accessible features throughout, which allowed a severely disabled child to remain at home with his family in Wantagh.

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Completed renovations and repairs on numerous homes in the Town of Babylon which were built in a substandard manner.

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LIBI members built and donated 5 children’s playhouses to various charitable organizations on Long Island.

HolidayDrive

LIBI members annually provide toys, clothing and food to needy families and children during the Holiday Season.

LIHBC donated $25,000 to the INN for renovations of a two family home in Freeport used for transitional
housing.

The Catholic Church in Wyandanch had a devastating fire in its Parish Center. LIHBC donated labor and materials to build needed ramps, platforms, and fences during its rebuild.

911-Fundraiser

Worked in conjunction with other building organizations to raise and contribute over $400,000 to the victims and families who were affected by the 9/11/2001 tragedy.

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