Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) has been awarded the Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community grant for $1,000.

For more than 60 years, The Allstate Foundation has been bringing out the good in millions of lives. ADD is now recognized as a partner in providing innovative and lasting solutions to improve our community’s well-being and prosperity. The grant will support and enhance ADD’s programs. Special thanks to Allstate volunteer, Elizabeth Hanlon for being a positive force for change in our community. Ms. Hanlon enabled us to receive this Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community grant. Allstate Foundation supports grants to nonprofits like our organization in order to bring out the good in our community.

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. is located at 901 East Main Street, Suite 508, Riverhead. Learn more about the organization at or by calling 631-727-6220.

Media contact: Melissa Martin,

ABOUT US: Aid to the Developmentally Disabled is a nonprofit 5013(c) agency established in 1980 by family members who were concerned about the physical and emotional decline of patients compelled to live in crowded institutions.  These family members believed that appropriate treatment and training in a warm, homelike environment would enhance their physical and emotional growth.  We service a 24/7 operation in 30 residential homes throughout the north and south forks of eastern Long Island with over 200 individuals.  ADD’s mission is to create a supportive environment whereby people with a range of abilities are actively encouraged to develop an direct services that recognize their unique desires, ambitions, values and abilities.

Special thanks to Long Island Business News for highlighting this news in their ‘On Our Island’ nonprofit feature. View it by clicking here.

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