A grant from the Robins Island Foundation, The Moore Charitable Foundation’s Long Island affiliate, will help the Peconic Community School move to a new location that can fit its growing student population. The grant supports the school’s ability to restore and repurpose an abandoned church grounds into a community recreation and learning center.

“Preserving this property will enable the entire North Fork community to experience the benefits of the Peconic Community School and its programming, and we look forward to all that the school will continue to achieve in its new home,” said our foundation director, Ann Colley.

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