KIDS NEED MoRE and The Spencer Foundation are once again pulling on our jolly hats, striped socks and pointy toed shoes to bring some holiday merriment to kids and their
Mosey on down to Saddle Rock Ranch Day Camp on Sunday October 17th from 11 am to 3 pm and join our friends at KIDS NEED MoRE for their Fall
Our second annual Fishing for a Cause Fundraiser raised $2,225. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. We remembered those souls that lost their lives 20 years ago
Once again, Team Spencer will be putting our best feet forward once again to raise funds in support of St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital at the 2021 Walk-Run on September
From July 5 through July 16 The Spencer Foundation and KIDS NEED MoRE hosted 60 kids from families affected by cancer and other serious illness at Saddle Rock Ranch Day
The Foundation’s second fishing fundraiser on the Captain Eddie B III sets out from Captree State Park, Oak Beach NY on Saturday September 11th from 3 pm until 7 pm.
We’ve been busy preparing for camp over the last few weeks. This week, families and friends of KiDS NEED MoRE and The Spencer Foundation rolled up their sleeves, pulled out
The knitting and crochet needles wielded by Board members and friends of the Spencer Foundation created 14 more blankets and 8 hats for the Jessie Rees Foundation. The hats and
During the month of March, the Spencer Foundation sponsored a Virtual JoyDrive for Jessie’s JoyJars on behalf of the Jessie Rees Foundation, resulting in the purchase of hundreds of dollars’
The busy fingers of members and friends of The Spencer Foundation crafted 48 hats for NEGU.org. The hats will be given to children who are actively fighting cancer, to keep
In recent weeks, Board members and friends of The Spencer Foundation have been flexing their creative muscles decorating several hundred Care Cards for Jessie’s JoyJars for NEGU.org. JoyJars are filled
Eighteen buses filled with intrepid elves from KiDS NEED MoRE and The Spencer Foundation set off on Sunday December 20th, bringing joy and laughter to 550 children. Many many thanks
The industrious volunteers of The Spencer Foundation have been busy for weeks sorting gifts for this year’s Holiday Cheer Bus event. Check out some behind-the-scenes action: And here are
Erin Bevilacqua Gonzalez, owner of The Park Ave Grill in Amityville, opened her heart and her kitchen to cook over 100 meals for 17 families this Thanksgiving. The Spencer Foundation
As partners with KiDS NEED MoRE on the 2020 Holiday Cheer Bus event, the Foundation set up a special fundraiser through Mighty Cause. Click here to donate, or to purchase
The tireless knitters and crocheters of The Spencer Foundation and their friends crafted 11 blankets and 29 beanies to help encourage kids fighting cancer to Never Ever Give Up (NEGU)!
We had so much fun working with KiDS NEED MoRE last year that we’re doing it again! The buses will be rolling on Sunday December 20th, filled with love, laughter
The Foundation’s first fishing fundraiser on the Captain Eddie B III set out from Captree State Park, Oak Beach NY on Saturday September 12th. Thirty-five happy folks set sail in
Forty-four friends and turtles of The Spencer Foundation joined in a 116.3 mile virtual race from Lloyd Harbor to Middle Island, starting on April 23rd and ending on May 23rd,
For the safety of all concerned, the pediatric cancer charity fundraiser with the Mets and Mariners originally scheduled for Sunday July 19th has been cancelled.
Jeanine Spencer visited the new Stony Brook Children’s Hospital on January 3, 2020, where all of the PS4s that were donated by the Spencer Foundation and the Michael Magro Foundation
Here’s a proven recipe for elvish fun for you to consider for next December: Start with the amazing KiDS NEED MoRE and The Spencer Foundation, their other partners and sponsors,
23 buses loaded with 577 volunteers set out on Sunday December 22nd to deliver smiles, songs, good cheer and 4000 presents to 250 kids and families around Long Island. Here
Giggles (aka Jill) and Sparkles (aka Jeanine) visited the Bronx on Saturday December 21st, spreading good cheer and kicking off the Holiday Cheer Bus event for KiDS NEED MoRE.
Jeanine Spencer and Jean Zakshevsky dropped off 15 handmade blankets from the UL Knitting and Crochet Club at the We Care Blanket wrapping event in Merrick, NY on November 20th.