United Veterans Beacon House

United Veterans Beacon House

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In honor of President's Day, we are partnering with United Veteran Beacon House to help homeless Veterans on Long Island.

United Veterans Beacon House assists 808 veterans and veteran families each year providing the support and specialized services needed for their return to independence.

You can help our veterans by donating linens and other items to keep Beacon House's closets stocked.

See the flyer below for more information about how to donate!
More than $17.3 million in state funding was awarded to six projects in four counties that will provide emergency and permanent supportive housing to New Yorkers experiencing homelessness. United Veterans Beacon House, Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc., Barrier Free Living, Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, and Penates, Inc. are the latest recipients of funding through the state's Homeless Housing and Assistance Program. These projects include emergency shelter repairs and developments that will create or preserve an additional 120 units serving veterans, survivors of domestic violence, individuals with a history of substance use disorder, and those suffering from serious mental illness. "All too often, New Yorkers experiencing homelessness or housing instability are afflicted by underlying conditions, such as substance use disorders or serious mental illness," Gov. Kathy Hochul said. "By providing state funding for projects that couple affordable housing with supportive services, New York is working to address the root issues that either cause or contribute to homelessness and start these individuals and their families on the road to long-term housing stability."
Thank you to the employees at Bethpage Federal Credit Union for raising funds to provide “PIES for VETS” in honor of Veterans Day. Pizzas were delivered in partnership with United Way of Long Island to veterans across Long Island thanking them for their service. We made a pizza delivery stop at United Veterans Beacon House in Bay Shore. Veterans and Staff members from Beacon House, joined (2nd from left) Frank Amalfitano, President/CEO of United Veterans Beacon House and (2nd from right) Theresa A. Regnante, President & CEO of United Way of Long Island. #thankyouforyourservice #longislandheroes
7th graders at South Side Middle School are serving their community!

In commemoration of September 11th, students managed to gather a truckload of supplies to donate to the United Veterans Beacon House, where it will be put to use to serve homeless veterans in Long Island. Additionally, students made thank you cards to share with veterans, and participated in the Tunnel to Towers, which honors RVC native Stephen Siller and his sacrifice on September 11th.

We are so proud of the services our students have provided and know they are going to continue to make a huge impact in the future!

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United Veterans Beacon House
Today is Flag Day! As we commemorate the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States, we honor all those who have served for our freedoms. We're proud to partner with United Veterans Beacon House to serve those who served. United Veterans Beacon House recently received care kits for veterans filled with various toiletries and a Mission United T-shirt. Learn about Mission United at www.unitedwayli.org/missionunited
We are grateful for The Bountiful Company's colleague-run affinity group, United We Stand, for donating Pure Protein® protein bars that will be distributed to local veterans across Long Island, including those helped through United Veterans Beacon House. #MissionUnited
Happy Flag Day! United Veterans Beacon House serves homeless veterans on Long Island and requested a hopeful scene to remind the veterans of brighter days ahead.
Untied Veterans Beacon House is a non- profit Organization that does not really help the Veterans. They help themselves earn money off of Veterans.
We’re glad to partner with Make It Count Foundation, whose support and funding, made the holidays brighter for deserving young children. This week at Target-Bay Shore 50 children dashed through the toy aisles to choose and take home any gift of their choice. Participating families joined us from our community partner agencies Family Service League, United Veterans Beacon House, Choice For All and Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center as well as YouthBuild Long Island. View more photos at http://bit.ly/35LYwju
On Weds at the Community Presbyterian Church, Deer Park, NY Community Presbyterian Church in Deer Park with fellow Rotarians Frank Seibert, Gene Hilgreen, Georgia Westcott, and Paul Cannella and Friend of Rotary Jim Brown cooking, boxing Thanksgiving dinners to families and Veterans in need.

On Thurs, Thanksgiving meals were delivered by Rotarians Frank Seibert, Paul Cannella, Lonnie Sherman and Gene Hilgreen to United Veterans Beacon House.
Picking up frozen turkeys for Veterans in Need. Thank you Kit Gabrielsen, Commisioner Tom Donohue Theresa Donohue, SGT Dawn Grimaldi-Amato, Mike Rutherford Antony Chris @billmarchesi and Jessica Rodriguez for taking the time out of you busy holiday season schedule to bring frozen turkeys to our brother and sister Homeless Vets. Thank to our great friends at United Veterans Beacon House LI News Radio 102.3 WBAB and Association for Mental Health and Wellness (Suffolk County United Veterans) for all you do for Homeless Veterans. Thank you Michael Newman, and the Hilton Long Island / Huntington, for donating 10 frozen turkeys.

To provide temporary & permanent residence for U.S Military Veterans. To provide emergency temporary & permanent residence for men women & women w/children

Began by the efforts of a group of philanthropic Vietnam Veterans in 1994, one residence was opened that year. 20 years later UVBH operates and supports 28 locations throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties in New York and provides services to over 185 men, women and children on any given day. Primarily, United Veterans Beacon House, Inc. was formed and continues its close work with the homeless ve

Operating as usual

02/21/2022

Thank you Senator Alexis Weik for partnering with us in support of veterans in crisis on Long Island. Together we are changing lives.

02/21/2022

02/07/2022

More details coming soon. …

01/25/2022

@suffolkfederal President & CEO Michele Dean and Sr. VP of marketing Matthew Schettino stopped by to drop of 864 pairs of new socks and a check for $1176. Thank you for hosting a sock drive and helping spread awareness about our mission and the veterans we serve. Thank you to their members for donating.

01/25/2022

Thank you @philmjboyle for the N95 masks and covid tests. Thank you for helping us keep our veterans safe.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 01/18/2022

@nationalgrid is helping veterans in crisis! Thank you for reacting so quickly to our call for assistance. Your generous donation of paper goods and essentials is making a difference in the lives of our veterans.

01/17/2022

Today we honor and remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

01/15/2022

Today is the @artisofcommack Shred It event in support of Beacon House. thank you for supporting veterans in crisis.

01/01/2022

The Beacon House team wishes you a happy and healthy 2022.

Thank you for your support and dedication to our mission and the veterans we serve.

01/01/2022

And the winner is … Tracy L. Congratulations Tracy. Thank you to everyone who entered!

12/31/2021

Today at 5:30 we will pick the 2021 Veterans Salute Gala Grand Prize raffle winner!! Check back soon to see who the lucky winner is. Thank to everyone who supported our mission!

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 12/30/2021

Your gift will change a life. Link in bio.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 12/30/2021

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post

12/29/2021

Sons of Amvets Post 88 member Patrick stopped by with his son Collin. They donated 2 beautiful bicycles for our veteran residents. Thank you for your dedication to our mission and the veterans we serve.

12/25/2021

The entire Beacon House team sends our warmest wishes for a bright and memorable holiday. Your generosity and support throughout the year is valued beyond measure.

12/24/2021

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 12/22/2021

@northwellhealth - South Shore University Hospital team stopped by today. 23 departments within South Shore University Hospital came together to brighten the lives of our veterans. They went above and beyond filling a box truck with beautifully wrapped present for 35 single veterans living within our housing program. A special thank you to Angela Capone from Community Relations and Jennifer Suarez in HR for coordinating the team.

12/21/2021

NYS Senator @philmjboyle hosted his annual winter drive in support of veterans in crisis on LI. Thanks to his partnership our veterans have the daily essentials they need.

12/15/2021

For 17 years these ladies have been brightening the holidays for our veteran families. We want to thank the members @vfwpost9592 vfwpost9592 Auxillary & American Legion Auxillary Post 1082 for their dedication and generosity- they go above and beyond to fulfill every wish on the list! Thanks to them will be a lot of smiling facing on Christmas morning.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 12/09/2021

Boy Scout Troop 474 of East Northport assembled and sold 800 wreaths for their annual fundraiser. This year they decided to spread the cheer and asked their families and community members to donated their purchased wreaths to veterans across LI.l, as a result 70 wreaths were donated back. Boy Scout Terrance Byrnes stopped by with 37 of those wreaths for the veterans we serve!

12/07/2021

Today marks the 80th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. We honor and remember all who were lost on that day.

12/07/2021

Case manager Deanna had the honor of helping a family legacy live on. Sadly the burial flag of a WWII Purple Heart recipient was lost during a house fire. It was with deep gratitude and admiration that we presented a replacement flag to his daughter.

12/02/2021

Suffolk Federal Credit Union is hosting a sock drive on behalf of Beacon House! Stop in at any of their locations and drop off a new pair of sock for a homeless veteran on Long Island.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 11/29/2021

One day to go! Help spread the warmth this Giving Tuesday.

11/26/2021

Help spread the warmth this holiday season. Every sweatshirt ordered helps provide a warm blanket to a homeless veteran on Long Island.

11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 11/23/2021

Beacon House was spreading the warmth this morning at the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency Winter Stand Down. Case managers Deanna and Kelly were giving out handmade winter blankets to LI Heroes. We want to thank Mary B and for making these fantastic blankets and @intellishift_vts for sponsoring Mary’s efforts.

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 11/23/2021

Tonight our veterans were invited to the @ny_islanders Thanksgiving Meal Event. Thanks to the teams kindness and generosity more than 50 Veterans in our programs will enjoy a complete holiday feast prepared by @stewleonards

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 11/22/2021

Today Paul Plante, a father, and Vietnam veteran came in to make a $5,000 donation in honor of his son Brian Matthew Plante. Sadly the Plante family lost Brian far too early to suicide. They made it their mission to honor Brian by supporting organizations that assist people during their most difficult times.

We want to thank the Plante Family for choosing Beacon House as their first donor recipient. We are honored that you shared Brian's story with us and deeply grateful for your trust in us. To learn more about Brian and help this family continue to honor his memory, follow the link. Brian Matthew Plante Memorial Foundation

11/22/2021

The Catholic Daughters of Americans, 595 Ct Victory of Bay Shore are supporting our veterans this holiday season! Thank you for your generous donation.

11/19/2021

@pattyvorilas.realtor and Laura Riportella in partnership with @makeitcountfoundation ran a community sheet drive in support of our veterans. They collected 225 sets of new sheets and blankets! Amazing work, thank you!!

Photos from United Veterans Beacon House's post 11/19/2021

@amvetspost88 stopped by today with 19 turkeys for our veterans! Thank you for helping us continue our annual tradition of providing thanksgiving meals to 450 veterans! Our @dicarlofood refrigerated trailer is filling up!!

11/16/2021

Give thanks with a grateful heart this holiday season. Your gift will help provide a veteran with a Thanksgiving meal. To make donation follow the link in bio.

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1715 Union Blvd
Bay Shore, NY
11706

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