Birthright International 99 W Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays, NY11946 Birthright International is a non-profit organization that provides "non-judgmental" support to girls and women who face…More unplanned pregnancies. Birthright presents alternatives and provides services such as medical referrals, housing referrals, maternity and baby clothing and information about job searches, adoption, prenatal developmental and more. Visit the website for more information.
Concerned Citizens of Hampton Bays 10 Emerson Ct, Hampton Bays, NY11946 The Concerned Citizens of Hampton Bays is a non-profit organization created to address the issues of taxation,…More population density, environmental concerns and schooling in the Hampton Bays community.
Association for Help of Retarded Children 17 Montauk Hwy, Westhampton, NY11977 The Association for Help of Retarded Children (AHRC) is a non-profit organization that runs group homes for mentally…More disabled clients. It has a number of locations throughout New York City and Long Island. The location in Westhampton is a residential center that assists clients in daily living and makes appropriate arrangements for education and group outings.
Bideawee 118 Old Country Rd, Westhampton, NY11977 Founded in 1903, Bideawee is a leading regional non-profit organization dedicated to animal welfare. It maintains an…More animal shelter and provides pet adoptions along with training and therapy classes and veterinary services for cats and dogs such as basic wellness, ultrasounds and surgery. One of three New York locations, this facility also maintains a dog park for members and their furry friends.
Westhampton Rotary Club PO Box 124, Westhampton, NY11977 Founded in 1953, the Westhampton Rotary Club is a local non-profit group coordinating a variety of fundraisers and…More charity projects throughout the year. Visit the Westhampton Rotary Club Web site for membership, event and current porject information.
New York Seafood Council 23 Bay Ave W, Hampton Bays, NY11946 The Hampton Bays-based New York Seafood Council, started as a non-profit in 1991, provides information on health,…More consumer concerns, availability, and harvesting of seafood. Membership includes 200 individuals and businesses involved in the harvesting, processing and distribution of seafood. Many of the local seafood markets and commercial fishermen are members of the Council. The Council's website offers ample details on the group's mission and members.
The Surf Club of Quogue Dune Rd, Quogue, NY11959 The Surf Club of Quogue is a Long Island favorite. The private, non-profit club overlooks more than 400 feet of…More beautiful Atlantic Ocean beachfront. The club offers all beach amenities and also has an olympic-size pool and a wading pool as well. Enjoy delicious meals and snacks at the club restaurant. The Club season is from Fathers' Day weekend though the Sunday after Labor Day.
Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons 228 W Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays, NY11946 Situated in Hampton Bays, this non-profit group has been serving the five East End towns for 13 years. It provides…More rescue, comfort and care for all animals. Injured or stranded animals can be dropped off 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week free of charge. The Rescue Center accepts donations in order to continue its mission. Education Director Dennis Fleury is always available to answer any questions.
The Surf Club of Quogue 54 Dune Rd, Hampton Bays, NY11946 The Surf Club of Quogue is a non-profit private beach club located on Dune Road. It consists of a large…More property right on the waterfront, a restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch daily, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool used by the club's swim team, and for aerobics or a relaxing dip. The facility also has bathhouses and parking for more than 130 vehicles.
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center 76 Main St, Westhampton Beach, NY11978 The Westhampton Beach Performing Art Center is a non-profit organization and performance venue dedicated to the arts.…More The Center calls the former Prudential's Westhampton Theater building home, built in 1932. With help from benefactors and community members the building underwent renovation in 1997, restoring the site's classic architectural detail. Today, the Center presents theatrical productions, music concerts, dance performances and films throughout the year. Demonstrating its commitment and gratitude to the community, the Center is also a venue for a number of annual local school productions. The Mollie Parnis Auditorium is available for private parties, screenings and corporate events. Discounts for film screenings are offered to students and seniors.