What does LODESTAR mean?
1. a star that shows the way.
2. ...serves as a guide on which the attention is fixed.
noun [lohd-stahr]; Middle English 1325-75"lodestar". Dictionary.com Unabridged. Random House, Inc. 9/2/16. <dictionary.com/browse/lodestar>
We had an amazing evening with over 200 guests on-hand and $30,000 raised. To learn more, take the time to view our amazing photos by Phyllis Henry and Sophia Pavlatos that captured out amazing evening on May 3rd.
Lodestar is now employing 14 workers and serving over 40 Suffolk County children! We are so thankful for the opportunity to expand our reach!!
Lodestar has just received its 1st and 2nd recurring monthly donations! Thank you to Tony and Troy Titus, Seton Hall classmates of founder James Regan, for their generous gifts. Consider making your donation today!!
Lodestar proudly announces our new Board President, Christen Lambert, who took office July 9th!! Christen is a business developer and brings professional knowledge of: banking, capital raising; budgeting and forecasting. Her call to be a part of Lodestar comes from extensive experience working at and with non- profit organizations-- she is passionate about effecting social change in the Long Island community.
Jay Able and Clifton Nembhard also have agreed to 2nd terms as Board Treasurer and Secretary respectively.
Attention helping professionals! Need to get out of the office or take a break from the field? Come check out our daytime 4/27 Open House/Meet & Greet event for program administrators and staff.
4 NEW BOARD MEMBERS ADDED! Welcome aboard Christen Lambert, Fred Kortmann, Bob Maire, and Dr. Michael Confusione. Christen and Fred add financial and business expertise to the board while Bob and Mike are esteemed psychologists with a wealth of years and knowledge of the profession. Each will be an asset to their role!
IT'S OFFICIAL!! Lodestar has begun helping its first family!!! After much anticipation, staff Anthony Gibson provided 3 hours of respite services to a Suffolk County youth on 12/29 through our sub-contract with SCO Family of Services. Great job Anthony!!
Who are we?
A new non-profit HCBS waiver provider to psychiatrically disabled youth ages 5-21 under NYS Office of Mental Health. Our mission is to “empower children and families.”
How do we do this?
...by supplying tools necessary to identify, develop and enhance a families' own system for supporting their needs as they define them....
How can I find out more?
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