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Archive: Jan 2017

  1. Annual Coat Drive

    We were pleased to welcome George Lotto, Vice President and Market Sales Manager, and Ralph Ventura, Vice President and Relationship Manager of Metropolitan Commercial Bank to Long Island Cares in Hauppauge to accept a donation of 100 coats as part of our annual Coat Drive. Paule Pachter, Long Island Cares’ CEO and Billy Gonyou, Community […]

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  2. LONG ISLAND’S MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASS IS EXPERIENCING FOOD INSECURITY

    According to the recent Map the Meal Gap Report distributed by Feeding America, the national hunger relief and membership organization representing 197 food banks across the U.S., the prevalence of hunger in suburbia continues to have an impact upon the middle and working class.  As reported in the Hunger in America Study compiled by Feeding […]

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  3. DO WE HAVE TO BUILD A WALL AROUND LONG ISLAND TO STOP THE DRUG EPIDEMIC?

    It seems that every time you turn on local news, read Newsday, or your community paper some journalist is reporting about the horrors of drug abuse in suburbia. The stories also seem to follow a common thread of intelligent young people from caring families, with bright futures ahead of them falling victim to drug dependency.  […]

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