Last year, builder/businessman Michael Dubb opened the doors to Anna House, a center for children of backstretch workers at Belmont and Aquaduct Racetracks. Sense of community motivates Dubb, who wishes to use his gift of construction to help people. Dubb is a two time past president of the Long Island Builders Institute and was appointed to the N.Y.S. Real Estate Board. He established and serves as chairman on Long Island Homebuilders Care, a charitable foundation helping Long Islanders in need.
Dubb co-founded Children’s Medical Lifeline, which brings children to the U.S. for life saving surgeries; serves on the Suffolk Y board of directors; is an associate trustee of North Shore Hospital, and was honored by the American Cancer Society and the Family Service League. He raised over $46,000 for CancerCare of Long Island through company matching funds and participates in its annual “His and Hers for Life” walk and 5k run.