Monday, December 16, 2013
Assemblymen Phil Ramos recently made a $5000 contribution to Project Warmth, United Way of Long Island’s Emergency Fuel Fund. During these cold days, many Long Islanders cannot heat their homes. Last year, more than 800 families were assisted with heating their homes through Project Warmth. Every year, the need far exceeds the dollars collected. You can help this holiday season by helping to celebrate our good fortunes by paying forward to our fellow Long Islanders. Support Project Warmth, Long Island’s only Emergency Fuel Fund. Read More about Project Warmth Here
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Nassau County Executive, Edward P. Mangano, and Father Kevin Smith, Chair of the Nassau Hurricane Recovery Fund, receive a $25,000 check from Theresa A. Regnante, President and CEO of United Way of Long Island, to assist victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
United Way of Long Island Thanks Local Allstate Agencies For Supporting Military Families on Long Island This year Operation Live United generated $132,000! Althea Johnson Agency Andrew Mallor Agency Barry Mednick Agency Frank Tinelli Agency Greg Harrington Agency Ken Marcus Agency Leo Fernandez Agency
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Suffolk Transportation Service, Inc. headquartered in Bay Shore, NY called upon their many employees to participate in a Walk-a-thon on October 13th to raise money for the United Way of Long Island and Island Harvest. This year's walk-a-thon raised $10,000 which will benefit the United Way and the Island Harvest Back-Pack Program. This program is designed to supplement meals on weekends for children who depend on school breakfast and lunch during the week. President of Suffolk Transportation, John J. Corrado, who is also a board member of the United Way of Long Island, was on hand to...
Long Island Regional Economic Development Council Announces United Way of Long Island Moving Forward with Building-Science "Lab House" Project
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Project Will Provide Critical Pathway to Clean Energy Career Opportunities, Local Learning Lab for Long Island Students The Long Island Regional Economic Development Council (LIREDC) today announced the United Way of Long Island (UWLI) is moving forward with its building-science lab house project on the strength of a $250,000 award through the second round of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Council Initiative. The resources will be used to construct an interactive two-story “lab-house” to provide students with hands-on, energy-related training opportunities and certification programs....
Monday, November 11, 2013
November 9, 2013 Deer Park, NY – The United Way of Long Island has long been a supporter of services for Long Island’s Veterans and Military, who have risked and continue to risk their lives to defend our freedom, national security and way of life. United Way’s Military Family Assistance Project offers critical support services to Long Island military, reservist and National Guard personnel active in Operation Enduring Freedom and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom/ New Dawn. In partnership with five local agencies, this project provides case management for military personnel and their families to...
Thursday, October 17, 2013
$1,000,000 GRANT ESTABLISHES THE LONG ISLAND RED CROSS FAMILY RECOVERY CENTER What: The American Red Cross Disaster Services has awarded a partnership grant of $1 million to the United Way of Long Island to help Long Island's families recover from Superstorm Sandy. The grant will expand the scope of services for families who are still facing extraordinary hardship. The grant supports the retention of 6 disaster case managers and 2 construction case managers to bolster the long term recovery needs of families impacted by the superstorm. The lead...
Volunteers from Rosco Vision Systems Partner with United Way of Long Island to Deliver Donated School Supplies on National Day of Service & Remembrance
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Volunteers from Rosco Vision Systems joined United Way of Long Island staff to deliver school supplies for under-served children in honor of the September 11th National Day of Service & Remembrance. As part of United Way of Long Island’s Stuff-A-Bus program, volunteers helped load, over 50,000 assorted pieces of school supplies onto a school bus. The supplies then traveled to Cordello Elementary School in Central Islip as well as Loretta Park & Laurel Park Elementary Schools in Brentwood where children in need awaited the arrival of the tools they need for success.As an organization...
JP Morgan Chase Donates School Supplies to Children in Need to Support United Way of Long Island Community Schools Program
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
On September 4th, 2013 United Way of Long Island and the JP Morgan Chase Foundation worked together to deliver 350 backpacks filled with school supplies to underserved children of the Freeport and Westbury school districts. This effort was part of United Way of Long Island’s Community Schools Program of which JP Morgan Chase is a founding sponsor. Recipients of the donated school supplies included the students of Caroline G. Atkinson Intermediate School in Freeport and the Westbury Middle School in Westbury. “JP Morgan Chase is a proud, longtime supporter of United Way of Long Island and...
United Way of Long Island Board Member, Maria Grasso, Honored at American Kidney Fund’s Annual Dinner
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Executive Vice President/COO of Flushing National Bank and Board Member of United Way of Long Island Honored at American Kidney Fund’s Annual Dinner The American Kidney Fund held its 8th Annual New York Golf Classic at the Hamlet Golf Club in Commack on Tuesday August 5th. Among the Honorees was Maria Grasso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Flushing Bank. Maria is also a Board Member of United Way of Long island. Maria took the microphone to accept the recognition she received from American Kidney Fund and delivered the evening’s most emotionally charged moment. ...