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Latest and Upcoming Events of The Retreat
Upcoming events and programs at The Retreat
Teen Leadership Council Spring 2023: Google Classroom
The Retreat invites high school students to participate in our Teen Leadership Council online training program via Google Classroom. These workshop sessions will be hosted at your own pace. Students earn Community Service Hours for participation, as they become youth ambassadors for The Retreat to help prevent abuse and promote respect in all relationships!
Take Back the Night
Take Back The Night (TBTN) is a nationwide event providing a space for sharing resources and providing support for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Projects include Lantern Bags, Clothesline Project, Painted Rocks, & Paper Butterflies. Each encourages people to write messages of empowerment, inspiration, and support for survivors.
Suffolk County Community College
All Against Abuse Gala
Save the date for The Retreat's signature event, the All Against Abuse Gala. We're excited to be back at The Church in Sag Harbor. We will also have a virtual component and online auction.
The Power of Community: Film Premiere
It's 1987 and there are very few Domestic Violence agencies or shelters anywhere. How does one small town decide enough is enough. The Retreat's origin story is now on film.
Hancock Productions, The Film Society of Summit
Artists & Writers Charity Softball
The East Hampton Artists & Writers Annual Softball Game is dedicated to building a community around the game and building a better game to serve the community,' the organization's mission statement reads. In the spirit of one of the longest continuing traditions on the East End, artists, writers, supporters and volunteers come together for entertainment, competition and fun to benefit local charities that provide vital human services, including The Retreat.
Learn About LI Fatherhood Initiative
The Retreat’s Long Island Fatherhood Initiative (LIFI) will host an informational table at the Longwood Community Informational Fair on Friday, June 2 from 11am – 2pm at the Longwood Public Library. The library is located at 800 Middle Country Road, Middle Island, NY. LIFI was created to empower men to foster responsible fatherhood by providing workshops/groups, education, case management, and coaching on healthy relationships, responsible parenting, and economic stability. Visit the LIFI table to learn more about its free services for dads.
Longwood Public Library