Drop-off points set up for typhoon donations

The Filipino-American Society of Long Island is setting up several drop-off points where residents can bring donations of clothing and food for typhoon victims.

The Filipino-American Society of Long Island is setting up several drop-off points where residents can bring donations of clothing and food for typhoon victims. (11/13/13)

RONKONKOMA - The Filipino-American Society of Long Island is setting up several drop-off points where residents can bring donations of clothing and food for typhoon victims.

The donation boxes at the Asian One Best Grocery on Portion Road in Ronkonkoma will be there until the end of the month. They are open most nights until 8 p.m., except Tuesdays and Sundays, when they are open until 6 p.m.

There are other established drop-off locations in Woodbury, Hicksville, Holbrook, Medford and Miller Place.

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Typhoon Donation Drop-Off Locations

Clothing, blankets, food and money are accepted at the following locations:

20 Dover Drive, Holbrook, NY 11741
Contact: Reene/Letty Compas, 631-868-0427 or 631-839-4787

70 Rustic Ave, Medford, NY 11763
Contact : Sonia Carasig, 631-803-6110

59 Sweetgum Lane, Miller Place, NY 11764
Contact: Mac Villapando, 631-331-2441

Awsomotive Car Care, 594 Route 25A, Mt. Sinai, NY 11766
Contact: Donna, 631-474-5333

25 Melanie Lane, Syosset NY 1179
Private home - call first
Contact: Maria Shapiro, 516-921-2926

Philippine Best, 56 Woodbury Road, Hicksville
Private home, 13 Glen Drive, Woodbury

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