PROJECTS

LYNP develops projects for individuals, families, and the community at large. 

Together, with our Connected Neighbors, we are equalizing accessibility through the below projects. If you would like to be considered, please complete this form or contact usIf your needs are beyond what we have created, please still reach out. We may be able to be of help or may be able to connect you with an organization that can assist.

Ways neighbors can provide support:  Are you a local business owner or professional that wants to be part of our impact? Join our growing list of Connected Neighbors! Have an idea for a project, contact us! Connect to social goodness by being a part of the impact! Join our Be A Good Neighbor initiative and support your neighbors by 

contributing the funds that fulfill LYNPs mission. Attend an event. Share our message.

 

And the simplest way to support, be kind to your neighbors. 

CURRENT

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M  VE THE NEEDLE

Taking our best shot against Covid. Click for details!!

LIFE   F

THE PARTY

LYNP and local bakers, photographer, florist, gown designer,  jeweler,  musicians, and officiant plan to bring celebrations to life no matter the hardships one faces.  

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DRESS F  R SUCCESS 

LYNP,  in association with local hair dressers, clothing and accessory stores, human resource expert, and photographer help those looking to secure employment by creating a lasting 

impression.

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THERE'S N  

I IN TEAM 

LYNP has teamed up with local sports organizations to level the playing field and offer these incredible opportunities to all of community's our children. 

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TRICK   R TREAT

A community-wide drive for Halloween costumes for children ages 2-10 to make Trick or Treating a little sweeter this year for 25 of our children receiving support through St. Boniface Outreach.

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STRIVE T THRIVE 

LYNP and local professionals motivated to provide wellness to every member of our community,  from motherhood support to nutrition, and concierge services, offer the strategies to thrive!

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MUSIC T

MY EARS

LYNP has strung together a band of

local musicians looking to bring the power of music into the lives of our neighbors.

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L  VE IS

AN ART 

LYNP, in collaboration with local art teachers, are inspiring local artists of all ages to create a masterpiece! 

UPCOMING

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C   MMUNITY

CUPBOARD

Coming Soon!

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BRIGHT FUTURES

Coming Soon!

M  VE TO THE BEAT 

Coming Soon!

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COMPLETED

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CV-19 

RESP  NSE

When Coronavirus hit our area, members of the community found themselves without the vital resources needed to keep safe. Within weeks, LYNP donated over 1,700 reusable masks created by local mask-makers, 1,500 bottles of hand sanitizer provided by the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management ensuring all neighbors in need stay protected. These efforts will continue as the need arises.

YOUR V   ICE MATTERS

In the midst of a global pandemic comes the 2020 Presidential election. LYNP developed a resource for our neighbors in need of information on how to vote during CV-19 such as dates, locations, and forms. LYNP offered stamps, envelopes, and printing services to over 500 neighbors in need making sure all voices were heard.

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GIVE S  ME REASON ...

Making the holidays a little lighter and brighter while supporting 19 of our Connected Neighbors, the community came together to provide the funding to provide holiday gifts for 25 of our neighbors in need receiving support through Mutual Concerns

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ART WITH 

Celebrating LYNPs anniversary with collective community art project! Click for details!

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BUST THAT

B  REDOM

As a way to help combat the boredom of quarantine, LYNP developed the Bust That Boredom bin. Accompanied by Board President Aimee Renaud's weekly donation

to the Boredom Buster bin, located at 

Sea Cliff Elementary School, together the bins provide SC families themed activities along with the opportunity to donate new or gently used activities that supported over 100 local families in need.

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LOCAL

Local establishments have been impacted by CV-19 in unimaginable ways. Businesses our community relies on are faced with severe financial hardships as doors closed, slashed down to skeleton crews, navigating new guidelines, all while paying bills and salaries. LYNP builds partnerships with struggling Sea Cliff businesses, and together we build the strategic roadmap to mobilize the community to collectively stand behind our local businesses.

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