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The Sharks' Coat Drive


Donate Winter Wear!
This year, The Shark wants to give a helping hand to the communities on Long Island that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Donate a coat or any warm winter clothing (i.e. winter hats, gloves, mittens, scarfs, boots, etc.) at any one of the designated drop-off points that are listed below:


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Donation Drop-Off Locations
Walk in urgent care facilities, offering a wide range of services for adults, pediatrics, and geriatrics. Facilities are walk-in, with no appointment, so you can get the care when you need it and don't need to bother with the wait of the emergency room or the delays of getting an appointment with your primary care physician.
Premier Care Dropoff Locations
Lynbrook: 585 Merrick Road
Bellmore: 2459 Merrick Road
Lindenhurst: 656 North Wellwood Ave
Levittown: 3276 Hempstead Turnpike
Great Neck: 415 Northern Boulevard
Maspeth: 74-25 Grand Avenue (in the Stop and Shop Plaza)

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Massage Envy Dropoff Locations
Commack: 5001 Jericho Turnpike
Farmingdale: 224 Airport Plaza Blvd.
Garden City: 680 Stewart Ave
Massapequa: 4906 Merrick Rd.
Merrick: 1660 Merrick Road
New Hyde Park: 1476 Union Turnpike
Oceanside: 3153 Long Beach Road
Plainview: 355 South Oyster Bay Road
Port Washington: 47 Main Street
Rocky Point: 346 Route 25A Suite# 106

Donate a coat at any Long Island Sno Haus location and receive 20% off a new coat purchase – With 2 locations, Jericho Tpke in Huntington and Franklin St in Hempstead. Sno Haus, When only the Best will do!
Sno Haus Dropoff Locations
Hempstead: 244 N. Franklin Street
Huntington Station: 2 W. Jericho Tpk

Donations Go To...


Founded in 1969, the Education & Assistance Corporation (EAC) is a not-for-profit human service agency with a network of 66 programs throughout Long Island and New York City. Last year EAC helped over 62,500 people of all ages. Their programs protect at-risk children, support senior citizens, help people with mental health and substance abuse problems, educate people seeking financial independence, assist individuals who are under or unemployed, mediate disputes and work with families in crisis.