The Butterfly Effect Project is seeking up to 10 teams of 10 people to compete in its first-ever Intergenerational Black History Bowl at the David W. Crohan Community Center in Flanders on Saturday, Feb. 17. READ
Like most younger sisters, Tarahji Langhorn wanted to follow in the footsteps of her older sibling.
When 12-year-old Envy Moore became a member of The Butterfly Effect Project, it wasn’t long before Tarahji, 6, joined her. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board has agreed to grant The Butterfly Effect Project $10,000 toward the nonprofit’s “Rags to Riches” clothing recycling program.
The Butterfly Effect Project is now able to spread its wings even further in its mission to empower girls thanks to a donation from JABS fitness studio.
A restorative justice program dedicated to getting community members into careers despite past convictions has made its way to Riverside. READ
When Tijuana Fulford gets a call from an unknown number she usually doesn’t pick up. But when an unknown number called her a few months ago, she broke her “golden rule” and answered.
Christmas shined a little brighter this year for families living in some of Long Island’s poorest neighborhoods thanks to the efforts of one Riverside native.
Tijuana Fulford, 33, a former Girl Scout and mother of three young children, surprised nearly 90 young girls with mountains of presents Dec. 21 at the Riverhead Town Senior Center in Aquebogue.