WALK, RUN, BIKE-A-THON
6th Annual ‘Laps for Learning’
One of our projects is helping to keep the parochial schools open and attended.
Through Tomorrows Hope Foundation based in Rockville Centre NY we donate our time and energy to helping the 51 catholic Elementary Schools remain open on Long Island.
One great way is supporting the WALK-A-THON sponsored by Tomorrows Hope Foundation.
The School actually gets 50% of the amount sponsored in their name RIGHT BACK.
And a percentage comes back in scholarships for students and the rest improves the technology departments in the schools.
You can sponsor a child in school for $10 and let them get additional sponsors or add more yourself.
They can even bring checks at the event for payment.
Or you can click on a student’s name listed on the page and add to their goal.
I am hoping to get more supporters from Holy Family School.
Feel free to pass on this message.
This is a great cause that needs our help!
Tomorrows Hope Foundation (THF) grants money to help families get and keep their children in Parochial Elementary school.
They give to students Grades 1 through 8, helping their family afford the private school tuition.
This helps keep the schools open.
Today’s Children are Tomorrows Hope!
Below are pictures from 2009 Bike-A-Thon at Ceader Creek Park.
The Catholic Youth Organization, Knights of Columbus and the AOH Div.11 in Hicksville were deeply saddened by the passing of Nancy Donlon. Her family was always involved with the Hicksville Community, our activities and sporting events. We keep the family and all the students at holy Family School in our Prayers.
To raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, to help severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.
Photo 2013 Jack O’Brien
Join in and Stand Up For LifeThere will be several Silent Stand-Up Demonstrations
on the sidewalks in front of the Centers,
where abortions are performed.
In only an hour and a half of your time
You Will Save a LIFE!
I can’t think of a better use of my time, Can You?
(I will supply a sign if you want one, Just come as you are)
Catholics at the Capitol
Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the Bishops of New York State joined hundreds of fellow Catholic New Yorkers at the annual Catholics at the Capitol public policy advocacy day at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany.
AOH at the second STAND UP FOR FREEDOM JUNE 8, 2012 In addition to the 15 Catholic bishops scheduled to speak at Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom locations, countless other influential speakers from all walks of life will also be addressing rallies throughout the country this Friday, June 8th.
Rally Guidelines and Protocols
The Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom welcomes all participants, of whatever religious persuasion — and even those of no religious faith — who are united by support for and desire to protect the United States Constitution’s First Amendment right of religious liberty currently under attack by the HHS Mandate.
It is not the purpose of these Rallies to promote or advocate for any political party or political movement. Thus Rally participants are asked to not bring political party or candidate signage to the rallies or distribute such literature.
All those who attend are expected to comport themselves peacefully at all times while asserting their Constitutional right to freedom of assembly.
Families, even those with small children, should feel at home and comfortable attending this Rally.
If opposition protests are conducted, Rally participants will not engage counter demonstrators or hecklers with loud verbal argumentation, name-calling or derogatory remarks, nor will such opponents be physically engaged in any way.
Any interference with Rally participants’ rights to freedom of speech and assembly will be referred to police authorities by local Rally leaders.
If Rally participants are approached by media for comment, they should refer reporters and journalists to local rally coordinators for an interview.
2010 MARCH FOR LIFE -WASHINGTON DC
This is a video from a you-tube videographer. As usual there was little to no news coverage I saw.
And The media in Washington treated it as just a traffic warning on the local news.
How can something like the sacredness of life be reduced to a traffic obstical?
Much like the rest of the AOH, Division 11 supports pro-life activities and every year participates in a march in Washington D.C. We will have more information as it comes in on this very important event.
Stand up for Life Sunday October 7th 2018, 2PM-3:30 PM rte 110 Walt Whitman Mall
Stand Up For Life in Huntington October 4th 2009
Photos of Nassau AOH Division 11 President Phil Baumgartner and Zack.
This STAND-IN went for about 2 miles on route 110 and about a quarter mile on route 25.
AS USUAL THE NEWS REPORTERS, BOSSES and OWNERS WERE AFRAID TO REPORT ANYTHING HAPPENED.
Ancient Order of HIBERNIANS
Division 11 Hicksville
Action On Hunger
The Irish were intentionally starved out of their homes
as well as their Country.
This exodus caused by the Great Hunger brought
millions of Irish people to the USA.
Many who made this journey survived but so many thousands did not.
The Irish Immigrant knew hunger as few others ever did. One of our major efforts under the HIBERNIAN HUNGER PROJECT is to help our local food pantries. No one in this country should want for food.
Or have their children go without the necessary nutrition.
If Possible Please Donate to the Food Pantries.
Every Cent you donate here through AOH Div.11 that is earmarked for the Food Pantry makes it to our Food Pantry. Unlike charities that have only a percentage of your donation make it to where it was intended.
Find it in your heart to donate something now.
Pick Up is Available for large donations 724-6821
In these challenging times, more and more people find themselves in need.
Remember: Food stamps cannot purchase household items.
Supermarket Gift Cards also appreciated.
Below are current Non-perishable Items ESPECIALLY needed:
WE NEED YOUR DONATION MORE THAN EVER….. Thank you.
Holy Family Outreach Center
March – April
Canned Meats, Canned Fruit, Tuna, Jelly, Rice,
Sugar, Beans, Pasta, Tomato Sauce
Coffee & Tea (Decaf/Regular), Canned Potatoes, Peas, Pancake mix & Syrup,
Canned Fruits, Mayo, Juice, Salad Dressing, Cooking oil, Soups, Milk products,
dish detergent, hair Shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, tissues laundry detergent, napkins, paper towels, plastic wrap, waxed paper, aluminum foil, Tissues, toilet paper
Thank You for your support! Sister Carol Radosti Coordinator, Parish Social Ministry
Monday to Thursday 10:30 to 2:45 – Thursday evening by appointment.
St. Ignatius Human Resources
March – April
IN NEED OF LARGE AMOUNT OF
RICE, BEANS, MEAT in Cans and TUNA
Please Donate or contact us for pickup!
Need Rice ..Canned Meat, Beans, Whole Kernel Corn, Pancake Mix and Syrup, Fruit in Cans/Jars, Fruit Juice, Rice in Bags and Boxes, Chunky soups are always needed. And many non food items are needed as well like Foil, Wax paper, Toothpaste and Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Diapers (size 1,2 & 5), soaps and detergents.
Saint Raphael Outreach Center
March – April
Thank you for helping to keep our Food Pantry stocked!
In these challenging times, more and more people find themselves in need.
Supermarket Gift Cards (left in Sunday collection basket) are greatly appreciated for perishables!
Items ESPECIALLY needed:
(NON-PERISHABLE ITEMS ONLY). INSTANT MASHED POTATOES, PORK & BEANS, COOKING OIL, CANNED SALMON, DISPOSABLE RAZORS, LAUNDRY, and DISH DETERGENT.
PLEASE DO NOT BRING ITEMS TO THE CONVENT / RECTORY.
LEAVE BY the ST. ANTHONY STATUE IN CHURCH.
SAINT IGNATIUS FOOD PANTRY –
There has seen a huge increase in the number of people seeking assistance in the past few years. In September 2007, the parish outreach fed 292 people. This past September, they fed 552 people, Samodulski said, noting that this increase occurred despite the fact that the pantry was open five days per week in 2007 and now is open only three days.
People who receive aid at St. Ignatius fall generally into four categories, said Samodulski. Undocumented immigrants make up a large percentage of the clientele. “These are the people who are busing our tables, washing our cars and mowing our lawns,” he said, but don’t make enough to feed their families.
Some of the clients are homeless people. “The homeless population of our clients has dwindled from 45 to about 12, because a lot of the people we used to see have died,” said Samodulski.
Two other groups are growing in numbers, according to Samodulski. Each month the parish assists between 35 and 45 senior citizen households, most living on fixed incomes.
“The fastest growing group is the ostensibly middle class,” he said. “They have been laid off, downsized or outsourced. They have tuition and mortgage payments they can no longer afford because the primary or secondary wage earner or both have lost jobs.”
“While the numbers (of this group) are small in comparison (to the other groups) they have grown most quickly, almost double in the past year,” he added.
Here is an article that was published about the food not getting to those people who need it. Also the food they have on hand and pay to store is not a variety of food needed by the pantries! …Note: The article in Newsday did not even address this point.
Saint Ignatius Social Service/Outreach Pantry,
Saint Ignatius Social Service/Outreach pantry
Thank you letter to the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 11 John Barry A.O.H. for the tons of food this year.
Over 2,000 lbs in the past season was delivered to the local outreach centers in Hicksville NY through Division 11. That helped a lot as more than 1,495 distributions were made from the St. Ignatius center in November alone. And this number includes 692 Children and 510 households!
Reasons for Learning:
An Gorta Mor – The Great Hunger
The Ancient Order of Hibernians, America’s largest Irish Cultural organization, has assembled the information contained in this site to advance the understanding of An Gorta Mor – Ireland’s Great Hunger from 1845 through 1851 and beyond – a tragic time in world history whose impact has yet to be truly recognized. There are only two instances in history in which ethnic cleansing has been perpetrated against a people not as a reprisal for rebellion, civil strife nor political retaliation. Those two are the Holocaust and An Gorta Mor.