The Irish American Heritage Museum - Albany New York ---

“We share Irish American heritage.” 

The Irish American Heritage Museum located at 370 Broadway Albany, New York 12207 creates and displays exhibits, hosts lectures on historic topics and modern politics, hosts film screenings, theater performances, cooking classes, open sessions, genealogy courses, concerts, and much more. The Museum is also the home to the Paul O’Dwyer Library, which contains almost 1500 books related to Irish and Irish American culture and history. Also contained in the library are the archival holdings of the National Ancient Order of Hibernians and the American Irish Legislators Society of New York.

Life's WORC Family Center for Autism ---

The Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism (FCA) in Garden City, New York, opened its doors in April 2015. Since that time, we have worked to engage the autism community with our unique model of providing innovate programs for individuals with autism and their family members. The program model offered at the FCA is the first of its kind on Long Island. It is a family-focused model that provides support for the entire family, because when you have a child with autism, you have a family with autism.

Family Lives On Foundation ---

Family Lives On Foundation supports the lifelong emotional well-being of children who have suffered the death of a parent. Our Tradition Program provides annual ongoing opportunities for intentional remembrance for our program children while creating a safe haven for grief, communication and celebration. 
The Tradition Program is a therapeutic tool that supports the grieving process by assisting a child in selecting a tradition that the child shared with his or her deceased parent and enabling the child and his or her family to continue that tradition on an annual basis until the child “graduates” in five years. 

The Rockville Centre St. Patrick's Parade