SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME

Serving Youth with Physical Disabilities for 119 Years 

Southampton, NY          Established in 1901

Based on rain storms forecast to move in tonight, SFAH has postponed the fireworks display until Sunday, July 5!

 

For 32 years, SFAH has provided Southampton’s Fourth of July weekend Fireworks by Grucci celebration as part of our American Picnic to benefit programs for youth with physical disabilities. Although we will not be able to celebrate together at the Picnic this year, we will still host and underwrite the firework display now scheduled for Sunday, July 5 at 9:15 pm. 
 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

The fireworks will be launched from a barge in Shinnecock Bay and will be visible on both sides of the bay from Coopers Beach to the west side of the Shinnecock Inlet. While we hope that everyone in the community is able to enjoy the display, we ask that all viewers follow mandated safety guidelines for social distancing as well as any town and village parking regulations. Please note that as per Village of Southampton code there is no parking permitted on Dune Road/Meadow Lane. Parking lots along Dune Road do not require a permit after 6PM.

Be sure to tune into 104.7 WELJ for the live soundtrack simulcast.


 

The Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala

has been postponed until Saturday, August 29th.

While the exact format (time, number of guests allowed in at once, etc.) is yet to be determined, the event will take place in the form of a carefully orchestrated furniture sale only.  

If you wish to donate furniture for the sale, please e-mail photos to plynch@sfah.org and arrange a time to drop them off at the SFAH before August 14th.  We no longer have the ability to pick up donations.

NOW IN OUR 119TH YEAR, SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME (SFAH) IS A CO-ED SLEEP AWAY CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED CHILDREN LOCATED ON FOUR BEAUTIFUL ACRES IN THE HEART OF SOUTHAMPTON, NY. 

SFAH provides an environment in which youngsters can socialize with one another and enjoy playing and competing in games and sports designed for them.  Campers mature and develop in the Home’s unique and supportive environment of love, understanding, and creative play.  Many children who come to the Home enjoy their first experiences of leadership, competition and independence – experiences they carry with them throughout their lives. 

SFAH is the perfect choice to give your child a life-changing adventure. 

ABOUT THE SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME

  • For children aged 8-18. 

  • Caring, well trained staff. 

  • Flexible 1 or 3 week sessions plus day camp available.

  • More than 100 activities! 

  • Full time registered nurse onsite 24 hrs. 

  • Trips and color war!

  • State of the art fully adaptive facilities. 

  • Healthy, delicious food that caters to all tastes. 

  • Fun, welcoming atmosphere that encourages independence. 

  • Financial Aid available for all levels of need.

 SFAH is one of the few residential camp facilities in the eastern United States that accommodates physically disabled children.

SFAH has served thousands of children over our 119th year history, providing an environment in which campers play, socialize, mature and develop physically, emotionally and psychologically.  With our unique atmosphere and adapted programs, SFAH encourages self-confidence and new skills and attitudes, to enable its campers to live more rewarding lives. During their time at SFAH, they develop a sense of community, a sense of belonging, and a sense of equality.  Most importantly camp SFAH offers a year-round environment of caring and fun that can't be matched. Look around our site and get to know us. We look forward to meeting you! 

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