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Kiwi Partners Inc.
30 Soundview Ln, Port Washington, NY 11050
Kiwi Partners Inc. is a Port Washington based business specializing in outsourcing accounting work for nonprofitMore clients. The company's Web site contains information on services and a breakdown of Kiwi Partners processes and more.
Port Washington Community Action Council
382 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050
Founded in 1966, the Port Washington Community Action Council is a local nonprofit group dedicated to promoting localMore social and economic development. Call or visit the Port Washington Community Action Council for current project and involvement information.
Wit & Whim
6 Carlton Ave, Port Washington, NY 11050
Wit & Whim offers an eclectic collection of jewelry, gifts, home decor and vintage items, as well as creations made byMore local artists, all housed in a restored nineteenth century house in Port Washington. In addition, Wit & Whim partners with a variety of charitable and nonprofit organizations, donating proceeds from art shows and other sales to their causes. 
Salon Commisso
53 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050

Since 1987, the staff at this beautiful full-service salon has been offering everythingMore from haircuts, highlights and blowouts to perms, body waves, coloring and straightening. If you're interested in donating to the nonprofit organization Locks of Love, ask about its free services on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Port Washington Parent's Council
PO Box 575, Port Washington, NY 11050
Port Washington Parent's Council is a nonprofit, volunteer-operated organization providing a forum for communicationMore between parents, educators and home-school organizations. The council is dedicated to promoting the welfare of children, developing and implementing education policy, supporting and unifying parent-teacher organizations, raising community education awareness and involvement and improving home/school relationships. 
Port Washington Teachers Federal Credit Union
101 Sands Point Rd, Port Washington, NY 11050
Port Washington Teachers Federal Credit Union is a local nonprofit organization by and for area teachers to save orMore borrow funds. Additional services include insurance benefits and annual profits split between members. 
Port Washington Children's Center
232 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050

The Port Washington Children's Center, located in the historic Landmark building on Main Street, hasMore been operating as a licensed, nonprofit childcare center since 1977. It offers toddler care, preschool and summer programs for children. It features classrooms, a gym and a large outdoor playground on picturesque grounds. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided.

The Graphic Eye Gallery
402 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050
This artist-run nonprofit organization was founded in 1974 and is one of the area's oldest cooperatives. In addition toMore artist exhibits featuring various media and poetry readings, Graphic Eye conducts a number of educational and outreach programs, including the Aida Whedon Memorial Scholarship. There's also a gift shop offering jewelry, fiber arts and ceramics. The gallery is wheelchair accessible through its back entranceway off 2nd Avenue near Main Street. To learn more about the artists and upcoming events, visit the gallery or the Web site.
Littig House Community Center
72 Harbor Homes, Port Washington, NY 11050

Littig House Community Center Inc. is a nonprofit incorporated agency established in 1951 to enhance the quality ofMore life for youth and their families in Port Washington.

The target population includes those community members residing in the Town of North Hempstead, Port Washington community.

The primary mission of Littig House Community Center is to ensure that school-aged youth achieve their full potential.

Littig House believes by addressing the needs of youth and their families where they reside and provide supportive services in a non-competitive, non-threatening environment, each family will be given the opportunity to overcome social barriers.

The programs are divided into three components:

  • Family Life / Youth Development
  • Education
  • Constructive Leisure

Institutional Goals
  • To run an adequately funded service organization governed by its consumers, to address the diverse social and economical needs of the target population.
  • To reduce the negative effects of social, economic and education disparities that impede social mobility and development.
  • To address the education needs of youth in an effort to further their academic success.