The John Taylor Babbitt Foundation is a nonprofit 501©-3 organization dedicated to preventing sudden cardiac death. The foundation raises money for defibrillators, CPR/AED trainings, and research. Additionally, they establish JTB Clubs at high schools and universities that focus on advocacy, education, and fund raising.
May Day in Madison is a town-wide beautification day where volunteers help clean, mulch and improve Madison’s parks, business districts, and other public places. This event fosters pride, volunteerism, community spirit and promotes the need for shared responsibility in beautifying and maintaining our town.
Camp Sunshine is a summer recreational program for multiply disabled children and young adults. Campers participate in daily Arts & Crafts and sports activities, go swimming twice during each day in our adapted, onsite heated swimming pool, and take field trips to places such as Liberty Science Center.
Camp Snowflake, founded in 1970, is a similar program to Camp Sunshine, with its reliance on one-to-one attention and its adapted activities. Snowflake meets once per week, on Saturday afternoons. Activities include arts & crafts activities, adapted games, and monthly trips to places such as the Bronx Zoo, local bowling alleys, movie theaters, Liberty Science Center, Van Saun Zoological Park, and Minor League Baseball Games.