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Roy Raeburn, Zane Tankel honored for dedication to community

For 20 years, Apple-Metro has hosted its Annual Breakfast with Santa Claus to benefit seven Staten Island-based agencies that help children with a myriad of services for autism, substance abuse, recreational and educational issues and more. Agencies that benefit from the proceeds include: Camelot Counseling; Community Resources; GRACE Foundation; Have a Heart Foundation; Staten Island Children's Museum; Staten Island YMCA; United Activities Unlimited. Read more…

YMCA’s Rowe Scholars Program enriches education at Port Richmond High School

There is an educational enrichment program on Staten Island that's really making a difference in the lives of young people. Since 2010, Port Richmond High School students have been offered the opportunity to participate in the Y Rowe Scholars Program, an elite enrichment program, funded by the YMCA of Greater New York. Read more…

Applebee’s Breakfast with Santa Claus raises money for charities

Santa Claus is spreading holiday cheer at Applebee's restaurants on Staten Island for the 20th annual Breakfast with Santa Claus event to raise money for local charities.The agencies receiving proceeds from the events are: Camelot Counseling, Community Resources, GRACE Foundation, Have a Heart Foundation, Staten Island Children's Museum, Staten Island YMCA and United Acitivities Unlimited. Read more…

Breakfast with Santa (sans reindeer) at Applebee’s

Good news for kids: Santa returns to Applebee's Grill & Bar restaurants this December for the 20th Annual Breakfast with Santa Claus to benefit seven borough-based agencies.Agencies receiving proceeds from the events: Camelot Counseling, Community Resources, The GRACE Foundation, theHave a Heart Foundation, Staten Island Children's Museum, Staten Island YMCA and United Activities Unlimited. Read more…