Smithtown Historical Society
is to ensure that the history of Smithtown Township and our Long Island heritage is restored, preserved and interpreted for the education and enjoyment of current and future generations. We seek to strengthen the ties to our rich local heritage.
is carried out through collection, conservation and preservation, research, exhibitions, publications, educational programs, support of regional heritage organizations, living history events, community library and archives. We actively promote the importance of history and preservation, and maintain six houses and eight outbuildings at three locations: Obadiah Smith House, Caleb Smith House, and the 20-acre historic Village of the Branch site.
are supported through dues, tax-deductible gifts of members, friends, and neighbors as well as by grants from private foundations, and state and local governments. We count on support of all who share our concerns for the preservation of the past.
is open to all. We depend upon a dedicated group of volunteers to assist the professional staff in managing special events and programs. The participation of our members helps to increase the historical awareness so necessary in dealing with a complex modern world.
Association for a Better Long Island
Members of the Association for a Better Long Island, assert our intent to promote a deliberate agenda that will protect the region’s business base, its role in protecting our collective economic future, the enhancement of the quality of life of every Long Islander, and the region’s role as a competitive force in a global economy.
Accordingly, the Association for a Better Loång Island commits its resources to economic growth through a collective vision that combines ethics and energy, commitment and competence, passion and performance in the pursuit of a strong and vital future.
Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Ward Melville created the Stony Brook Community Fund in 1939, which was eventually renamed The Ward Melville Heritage Organization in his honor. The organization is a not-for-profit corporation founded to preserve and protect the vision and legacy of Ward Melville – to maintain and enhance historical and sensitive environmental properties and to develop and foster community enrichment through cultural and educational experiences. Through his efforts and the organization he created, his contributions to the quality of life in the community are immeasurable.
The Northwell Health System strives to improve the health of the communities it serves and is committed to providing the highest quality clinical care; educating the current and future generations of health care professionals; searching for new advances in medicine through the conduct of bio-medical research; promoting health education; and caring for the entire community regardless of the ability to pay.
Stony Brook Foundation
The mission of the Stony Brook Foundation is to advance the mission and goals of Stony Brook University by facilitating, accepting, and managing philanthropic gifts and grants for the benefit of the University, the University Medical Center, and the Long Island State Veterans Home.
The Stony Brook School
The nation’s 2,686 YMCAs respond to critical social needs by drawing on our collective strength as of one of the largest not-for-profit community service organizations in the United States. Today’s YMCAs serve thousands of U.S. communities, uniting 21 million children and adults of all ages, races, faiths, backgrounds, abilities and income levels. Our reach and impact can be seen in the millions of lives we touch every year. Across the nation, YMCAs are committed to helping:
Children and youth deepen positive values, their commitment to service and their motivation to learn
Families build stronger bonds, spend time together and become more engaged with their communities
Individuals strengthen their spiritual, mental and physical well-being
At every stage of life, YMCAs are there to help children, families and individuals reach their full potential.
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital is an accredited 248-bed, non-profit community hospital, dedicated to providing a wide spectrum of health care services of the highest quality, in a cost effective manner, to the residents of Suffolk County. As members of the Mather Hospital Family – trustees, medical staff, hospital staff, volunteers and benefactors – we are committed to providing care to the best of our ability, showing compassion and respect, and treating each patient in the manner we would wish for our loved ones. We will meet or exceed each patient’s expectations through the continued collaborative efforts of each and every member of the Mather Hospital Family.
Smithtown Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce brings together professional men and women, merchants, property owners, wholesalers, service businesses, manufacturers, educators, utilities and financial institutions who share a common interest in the continued improvement of the Greater Smithtown area.