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Archive: Mar 2017

  1. LONG ISLAND CARES’ URGES LONG ISLAND CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO OPPOSE CUTS TO AFTERSCHOOL MEAL PROGRAMS PROPOSED BY TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

    At a time when 89,000 children on Long Island are struggling with food insecurity, the proposal by the Trump’s administration to cut funding for afterschool meals programs for children is troubling to Long Island Cares, Inc. and the regional food bank is making their position known to the members of the Long Island congressional delegation.  […]

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  2. UNPREDICTABILITY IN WASHINGTON, D.C. WILL CHALLENGE NONPROFIT LEADERS

    Nonprofit leaders across the country and on Long Island can’t waste too much time scratching their heads and wondering what President Trump and Congress will potentially agree upon when it comes to economic changes, tax reform, and other policies being proposed by executive orders. A recent article in The Chronicle of Philanthropy outlines a few […]

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  3. Long Island Cares Commemorates National Child & Adult Care Food Week

    LONG ISLAND CARES, INC, THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK COMMEMORATES NATIONAL CHILD & ADULT CARE FOOD WEEK, MARCH 12-18 HAUPPAUGE, NY – Monday, March 13, 2017. The primary goal of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is to serve nutritious meals to children attending child care homes and centers. Secondary goals are: 1) […]

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