Thankful to Help & be INNspired at The Mary Brennan Soup Kitchen

By Guest Blogger, Ellen Broder: Supporter and Friend of The INN

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Student Group Gives Shelter Children “Bubble Breaks”

“,” is an organization that uses a digital platform to encourage students across the country to support their communities with cause-related campaigns.  After realizing just how many children are homeless and living in shelters with their families, Abani Ahmed, a … Read the rest

INN Gratitude Podcast #4- “Nice Things” Are Happening for The INN























In 2016, East Meadow resident … Read the rest

INN Gratitude Podcast #3 – “On the House DJs Deliver”























A conversation with with In … Read the rest

INN Gratitude Podcast #1- 38 Years “INN”























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Newsday 12/23/20 – Pantries Struggle To Meet Food Demands Amid Pandemic

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Newsday- Pantries Struggle to Meet Food Demands Amid Pandemic








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INN Gratitude Podcast #2 – “Shannon’s Fight & the Holiday Surprise”























On December 22nd, while speaking … Read the rest

Student’s “Hike for Hunger” Event a Success!

Like many other high school students, 16-year-old Syosset High School sophomore Shreya M. was appalled by the effects of the coronavirus on her fellow Long Islanders. “Amidst the pandemic, several hundreds of people lost their jobs, or suffered wage cuts … Read the rest

Over 50 Fair Now A Virtual Benefit for The INN

For the last eight years, The INN has been the proud non-profit charitable partner and donation recipient of the Over 50 Fair, an event to celebrate life over age 50 with speakers, vendors and workshops. For the 2020 event, the … Read the rest

Twins Celebrate Milestone Birthday by Giving Back

In early June, twin brothers, Siddharth and Shaurya, also affectionately known as the “SnS Bros,” were turning 10 years old, or as they called it, their “first double digits.” As many other children during the Covid-19 crisis, they were going … Read the rest