American Dream Abstract Ribbon-Cutting

Join us on May 11th to celebrate our member American Dream Abstract at their ribbon-cutting ceremony!

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BRNSC Gives Back to Brighter Tomorrows

On a beautiful April Friday morning, BRNSC donated gift cards, supplies, toys, blankets, and kitchen items to Brighter Tomorrows, a charity empowering survivors of domestic violence.

The donations were collected from our membership and will be used to help Brighter Tomorrows care for their clientele. BRNSC does a quarterly charity drive to help various local groups who are in need.

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News from David Wilson of People’s United Bank

David Wilson of People’s United Bank announces LEAF. Easy financing and flexible terms are both possible with LEAF. For a printable PDF version of this flyer, click here.

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Business Referral Network of Suffolk County (BRNSC) Gives Back!!

On November 17th, 2021, BRNSC members donated the bounty from a month-long winter clothing drive to Lighthouse Mission, to be distributed to the needy among us in the Bellport/Patchogue/Brookhaven area. Pictured are Dave Wilson and Paul Quinn at Lighthouse Mission.

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Please Support the BRN 2021 Winter Clothing Drive

  • To benefit local charities in the Bellport and East Patchogue areas
  • Coats, gloves, sweaters, scarves, long sleeve T’s, boots, etc. – in adult and children sizes
  • Clothing will be collected until November 16th and distributed on the 17th

Please contact a BRN member to donate, email , or call 973-687-1733

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BRN Supports Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach

On a beautiful September 23rd morning, members of BRN met on the scenic Holiday Beach in Center Moriches for their first in-person meeting in months to share in fellowship, in thanks, and to give back to their community. Donations of food, clothing, and supplies were brought to the meeting by the members and taken afterwards by Jim Stumpf to Maureen’s Haven in Riverhead, where they were received by Executive Director Daniel O’Shea and a grateful staff.

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Our 2nd Annual Winter Clothing Drive Helps Local Charities

Members of BRNSC conducted a winter clothing drive to benefit 2 local charities: Angels of LI in East Patchogue and Lighthouse Mission of Bellport. The month-long drive culminated in a large donation of coats, scarves, sweatshirts, gloves, etc, which was delivered on November 20th. BRNSC would like to thank all of their members for their help in gathering the items from many different people and for making our 2nd clothing drive the success it was.

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Please Support the BRNSC 2019 Winter Coat Drive

Have a Coat or Winter Clothing You Don’t Wear Anymore?

Business Referral Network of Suffolk County (BRNSC) is once again conducting a winter clothing and coat drive to supply local shelters with gently used sweaters, boots, gloves, scarves, coats, etc for the less privileged members of our communities. Local shelters/missions will be the recipients of any donations. Clothing will be donated the week before Thanksgiving, so please help us to keep those less fortunate than ourselves warm this winter, and next!

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BRNSC Collects Food for Local Charities

On a beautiful Saturday morning, September 21st, BRNSC held it’s annual Food Drive to help the local, less fortunate among us in the Bellport/East Patchogue area. This year’s recipients were the food pantry st St. Joseph the Worker Church in East Patchogue and the St. Vincent DePaul food Pantry at Mary Immaculate Church in Bellport. Local residents shopping at Cirillo’s and CVS, and members of BRNSC, were very generous in their donations of non-perishable food and money (used to buy more food) for the cause. Donations looked like they exceeded last year’s, so we were very fortunate.

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BRN Helps Clean Up Brookhaven Town

On a beautiful Saturday, May 18th morning, members of Business Referral Network (BRN) met at the corner of William Floyd Parkway and Montauk Highway to clean up the southwest corner of the intersection, where the eastbound bus shelter is located.

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