A dedication to the arts and the environment is fulfilled through the efforts of our excellent organizations. They allow residents to express their creative nature, provide a showcase for local talent and give our Village added exposure to the world of arts and nature.

Service organizations are dedicated to assisting the people of our Village. Many individuals and institutions have been helped through their work.

Association for the Help of Retarded Children (AHRC)

Ms. Francine Anders, President
[email protected]

Covert Avenue Chamber of Commerce

Ms. Rene Jorglewich, President
Body Works Day Spa
47 Covert Avenue
Stewart Manor, NY 11530
[email protected]


FISH provides free transportation to and from medical appointments to ambulatory seniors and those in need from Floral Park/Bellerose. This service is available Monday through Friday within a 12 mile radius of Nassau County. FISH has been providing this service to the community since 1971. To arrange for a pick-up, call 516-835-9522.

To volunteer as a driver or caller, please contact:
Susie McDonough
[email protected]

Floral Park Beautification Committee

Participate by being a “hands on” gardener and plant flowers and small shrubs throughout the Village. Interested in promoting and preserving the aesthetic beauty of Floral Park.

Ms. Donna Sanchez

Floral Park Chamber of Commerce

Mr. Stephen Wickes, President
[email protected]

Floral Park Conservation Society

Mr. Joseph Serra Mr. Dennis McEnery
516-326-2993 516-328-6947
[email protected] [email protected]

Dedicated to the environment and coordinating the efforts of the Village in developing the Nassau County storm basin property, located on Raff Avenue & Floral Parkway.

Floral Park Council of Cultural Affairs

Ms. Alexa Ventimiglia
[email protected]

The Council of Cultural Affairs presents musical performances in Memorial Park in July and August.

Floral Park Historical Society

The society was founded in December 1999 to preserve and promote the rich history of the Incorporated Village of Floral Park. We are saving the past for future generations to enjoy and appreciate. Donations of artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, and funds are most welcome.

Ann Corbett, President
P.O. Box 802
Floral Park, NY 11002
[email protected]

Meetings: September through June– First Sunday of the month
Time: 2:00 pm
Where: Floral Park Recreation/Pool Building

Dues –
Business – $25.00
Family – $15.00
Individuals – $10.00
Students – $5.00

Floral Park Junior Woman’s Club

Mrs. Peggy Susino

Floral Park Kiwanis Club

Mr. John Gridley
[email protected]

Floral Park Lions Club

Ms. Marcia Mansfield, President
[email protected]

Floral Park/Bellerose Rotary Club

Mr. Tom Reilly
[email protected]

Floral Park Woman’s Club – [email protected]

President – Ms. Pat Pedley Membership – Ms. Jan Bazuro
516-354-5385 516-286-6291
[email protected] [email protected]

First Vice Presidents – Publicity – Mady Aliano
Eleanor O’Donnell [email protected]
[email protected]

Diane Fairben
[email protected]

The Floral Park Woman’s Club was formed in 1898 by Mrs. John Lewis Childs, the wife of the founder of Floral Park. The organization’s initial goals are as true today as they were over 100 years ago. The Club is dedicated to community and world service, arts, education, scholarship, charity, veterans, children and women. Volunteer service projects and fundraising activities aid in achieving these goals. New members are welcome. Call Jan at 516-286-6291 to join.

Friends of the Floral Park Public Library

A group of Floral Park residents dedicated to supporting the Floral Park Public Library. Principal fund-raisers are the held in the Spring and year-round book sales at the Library. Membership dues and the sale of promotional items assist in fundraising efforts. Interest in the Library is hugely promoted through special events, programs at membership meetings, and a newsletter. All funds raised are used to support library services and programs.

Ms. Vanessa Spinner, President
[email protected]

Hance Family Foundation

Ms. Denise Irving
[email protected]

Wednesday Mother’s Club

Open to mothers with children infant to 5 years of age.
Meetings: Wednesdays September through June
Time: 9:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Where: United Methodist Church, 35 Verbena Avenue
Activities: Guest speakers, arts & crafts for the children, community service fund-raisers and provide holiday gifts to children who are less fortunate.

Ms. Victoria Caponigro, President
[email protected]