Summer Together



Summer Together is a wholly volunteer-run program that funds summer camp scholarships and public-pool memberships for Port Washington families in need of economic assistance. Summer Together is organized by Long Island Together (LIT), a group of local community activists working to improve access to educational and enrichment opportunities for children, among other social justice causes.

In the program’s second year in 2019 Summer Together funded 83 family pool memberships at Manorhaven Park and 25 campers who attended one week of specialized camps in dance, sports, science and music.

Summer Together's fiscal sponsor is the 501(c)(3) non-profit Long Island Jobs With Justice, leading the fight for workers’ rights and an economy that benefits everyone. Tax-deductible donations can be made by credit card by clicking the Donate button below, or you can write a check out to "Long Island Jobs with Justice" with memo line "Summer Together" and mail to:

Summer Together c/o Long Island Jobs with Justice

Attention: Anita Halasz

390 Rabro Drive

Hauppauge, NY 11788

When donating online please be sure to select “Summer Together” from the dropdown box.



The program was supported in 2019 by more than 90 individual donors and grants from Greentree Foundation and Awesome Dads Foundation. Our local partners include The Community Synagogue Social Action Committee, Littig House, Our Lady of Fatima Social Outreach, Padres en Accion Asociacion, the Parent Resource Center, Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore, St. Peter of Alcantara Social Ministry, St. Stephen’s Church Outreach Ministry, Temple Beth Israel Social Action Committee and the United Methodist Church PW.

Camps that have participated to date include Bach to Rock, Berest Dance Center, Blue Moon Project, Camp Invention, Parent Resource Center, PAL, Port Youth Activities and Unlimited Sports Action. Campers and families are referred to the program through community service organizations including Littig House, the Parent Resource Center, Port Washington Public Library ESOL and Homegrown Readers Programs, Our Lady of Fatima Social Outreach and St. Peter of Alcantara Social Ministry.


Summer Together supports children of all faiths, races, ethnicities and backgrounds.

For further information email:, or call Raju Rajan at 917-940-9556.

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