TFCU Makes a Generous Donation to Cleary School for the Deaf
Teachers’ Federal Credit Union, Nesconset Branch, generously donated $500 to Cleary School’s “Read Every Day” Library Program. Through a local partnership to support the Long Island Community, Cleary was the recipient of a special award in TFCU’s “Give A Hoot” Program. Cleary School is proud and honored to be recognized by the Teachers’ Federal Credit Union for our outstanding reading initiative and programming. This funding further supports Cleary’s Library Program which motivates students to read and write. As always, Cleary School for the Deaf is wholly focused on the success of each individual student and greatly appreciates the community support from TFCU.
Pictured in the above photo (left to right, back row): Micki Cahill, Nancy Tenure, Jackie Simms, Kathy Federkiel, Gissell Ardiano, Estefany Flores, Ellen McCarthy, Jennifer Gunn. Front row: Ashley Adams, Venera Garcia, Hailey Grosso, Rebecca Landi, and Imani Fernandez
STEP UP and Join Team Cleary on September 28, 2014 - Walk4Hearing
When: September 28, 2014
Where: Riverside Park West 97th St and Riverside drive.
Time: 9am registration - 10am Walk time
Cleary School will be participating in the upcoming Walk4Hearing event to be held in NYC on September 28, 2014. Why don’t you join Team Cleary? The more walkers we have the merrier and the better for the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) which will donate 40% of all the funds we raise back to Cleary School to support our fundraising program! Back in 2010 Team Cleary raised $5,000. Last year, Team Cleary more than doubled that amount and raised over $10,000!
Participating in this event might touch your life in some way. Think about the ways that hearing loss has impacted you and those around you. The money we raise goes to HLAA at both the national and local levels to fund outreach and awareness programs. We need your support, so please do anything you can; join our team, register as an individual or make a donation on our behalf. Let’s step up to eradicate the stigma associated with hearing loss and make hearing loss an issue of national concern. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the Walk4Hearing!
Cleary School Mission Statement
Cleary School provides a nurturing environment where the individual needs of students are identified and addressed by an entire team. We provide a safe and secure environment in which students are physically secure, emotionally supported and treated as individual learners with unique needs. We are committed to the ongoing development of our abilities to meet the changing and diverse needs of our students and to support to their families.