Congratulations to the 2017 Butch Dellecave Award winners:
Hauppauge High School's Katie Murphy
and West Islip High School's Patrick Carter.
The Bellport National Night Out was a success again this year! Many thanks to our elected officials, local leaders, and dignitaries for showing up and giving us their support.
A February 18, 2017 luncheon celebrated 74 years of women serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. The Women Marines Association promotes the history and traditions of the ordinary women who chose to do something extraordinary by becoming a United States Marine.
Charitable Bail Fund Program
EOC staff (pictured here standing on the steps of the NYS Assembly)
attended the NYSCAA Conference and Advocacy Day
this week in support of Community Action.
C.E.O. Adrian Fassett holds a proclamation as he was honored on October 22, 2016 by the Bellport Hagerman East Patchogue (BHEP) Alliance. Pictured, from left, are Suffolk Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory, County Legislator Rob Calarco, and Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri.
Nicole Farese ~ Sayville High School &
Livingstone V. Harriott, Jr. ~ Central Islip High School
Click here to read the Newsday story
EOC of Suffolk, Inc.’s Sensationally Sweet won First Place in the Great South Bay Chili Chowder Festival Scarecrow Contest.
Watch and listen to high school students discuss the value of our annual College Tour Program which gives young people the opportunity to visit campuses and experience, first hand, the importance of higher education. Our thanks to the United Way of Long Island and to the Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) for helping to fund this year’s college tour.
EOC of Suffolk, Inc. was featured in the South Shore Press
in an article "Suffolk Closeup" on January 19, 2016.
Click Here for a story on the 21st annual "National Night
Out" in Wyandanch.
An inititaive of EOC of Suffolk, Inc.
EOC of Suffolk was featured in the Long Island Advance for its commitment to helping Patchogue Village residents celebrate the holiday season. Click here for the full story.
Watch this News 12 report on how EOC of Suffolk's OPERATION SNUG program is helping to make our neighborhoods safer by promoting nonviolence.
Sensationally Sweet is owned and operated by The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc (EOC of Suffolk, Inc) a not-for-profit 501 (C) (3). Proceeds from Sensationally Sweet are used to fund programs that assist individuals and families to improve their lives.
It was like going back in time to when I was a child. All the sweets I remember getting at the corner candy shop are here! Now I can let my children experience a little bit of my childhood memories!
The Economic Opportunity Council Of Suffolk, Inc develops affordable housing for low-moderate income families. Grant subsidies are applied to the development costs of these properties making them affordable to the low income first time homebuyer. Qualified buyers may be eligible for a grant subsidy to use towards the purchase of one of these homes.
I didn't know where to even start looking toward purchasing my own home. Thank you all at the EOC of Suffolk for your help and guidance. You made it all possible!
The EOC of Suffolk's mission is to promote a goal of self-sufficiency by broadening the minds of children, revitalizing communities, and assisting families and children in need through the provision of services and to coordinate available federal, state, local and private resources.
I was homeless and sleeping in cars ... If I could say anything to anybody out there in the world ... the EOC is the best!
The EOC of Suffolk's related Child Care Centers provide the highest standards of child care and early childhood education.
I was looking for a day care center for my children that was very secure, kind and that would help my children and myself ... I came to speak to someone at the EOC ... I wouldn't have been able to obtain long term employment.