King Kullen annual James A. Cullen Memorial Golf Outing raised $100,000 for Little Flower Children and Family Services

Bethpage, NY, 2015-12-3 — /EPR Retail News/ — King Kullen’s 33rd annual James A. Cullen Memorial Golf Outing has raised $100,000 for Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York.  The not-for-profit organization finds adoptive and foster homes for children on Long Island and in New York City.

“To pay tribute to our father, James A. Cullen, and to support Little Flower’s foster care and adoption services, my brothers and I started the golf outing over three decades ago,” explained King Kullen Co-President Brian C. Cullen.  “Since then, King Kullen has raised well over $3 million for Little Flower.  We are extremely proud of this accomplishment that benefits so many children and families.  It is an honor to support Little Flower Children and Family Services in their important mission.”

Little Flower Executive Director Corinne Hammons observed, “Because of the leadership support of King Kullen and its close circle of family and friends, we have been able to care for children of all ages at our residences and place children in homes with caring parents.  The golf outing remains a great success that directly benefits the children of Little Flower.”

Members of the Cullen family are personally involved in Little Flower and have actively supported many programs, including the construction of eight cottages that provide a residential setting for more than 100 children and teenagers at Little Flower’s Wading River, New York, location.

A non-sectarian, nonprofit organization, Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York provides residential and foster boarding home care, as well as adoption services.  Little Flower has its main campus in Wading River, NY, executive offices in Brooklyn Heights, and additional locations in Flatbush, Brooklyn, and Jamaica, Queens.   Little Flower also operates the only residential special-act public school district in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, which offers academic services for children with special educational needs.

Contest Winners

October 2015

There is almost always a contest going on at King Kullen. Congratulations to these lucky winners:

  • Barbara Milano from Massapequa Park won a $5,000 Travel Voucher

King Kullen regularly offers contests and promotions; visit our friendly bookkeepers at the Customer Service counter of your local King Kullen and ask if any contests are going on. We also post information about contests on our Facebook page.

SOURCE: King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc.

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King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc., recently presented a check for $100,000 to Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York, an organization that finds adoptive and foster homes for children on Long Island and in New York City. Since 1983, King Kullen has raised over $3 million for Little Flower through the James A. Cullen Memorial Golf Outing. Standing before a portrait of James A. Cullen at King Kullen’s Bethpage headquarters are King Kullen Co-President Brian C. Cullen (far right) and his brother, James A. Cullen Memorial Fund Director Thomas K. Cullen. Joining the Cullens are (from left to right) Little Flower Executive Director Corrine Hammons; King Kullen Executive Corporate Assistant Sally Murray; and Little Flower Director of Development Maureen Fox.

King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc., recently presented a check for $100,000 to Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York, an organization that finds adoptive and foster homes for children on Long Island and in New York City. Since 1983, King Kullen has raised over $3 million for Little Flower through the James A. Cullen Memorial Golf Outing. Standing before a portrait of James A. Cullen at King Kullen’s Bethpage headquarters are King Kullen Co-President Brian C. Cullen (far right) and his brother, James A. Cullen Memorial Fund Director Thomas K. Cullen. Joining the Cullens are (from left to right) Little Flower Executive Director Corrine Hammons; King Kullen Executive Corporate Assistant Sally Murray; and Little Flower Director of Development Maureen Fox.