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    New Food Distribution Centers Opening Soon

    New Food Distribution Centers Opens 5/18 5 Towns Community Center Mon. & Weds. 3-6 Sat. 9-12 270 Lawrence Ave Lawrence NY 11559 Opens 5/19 Tue 12-4 & Wed 4-5 Brierley Park (Doug Cross Community Center) 65 Dartmouth Street Hempstead NY 11550  Opens 5/20 Wed 10-2 & Sat 10-2 Stonewall Methodist Church 276 Louis Ave Floral […]

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    Long Island Cares COVID-19 Updates

    *Update as of 4/25/2020* Long Island Cares COVID19 Emergency response statistics: 1,142,278 Total pounds of food distributed  (44.0% increase over 2019) 906,570 Total # of meals provided   (44.0% increase over 2019) 757,597 Current inventory in the warehouse in pounds (7.4% decrease over 2019) 7,233 Number of people seen at our satellite locations (64.6% increase over […]

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    Locate Food

    Need food? Long Island Cares, Inc. – The Harry Chapin Food Bank is here to help. We distribute food through a network of member agencies located in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York. Member agencies distribute food to individuals who need food assistance. To locate a food pantry or assistance program in your area, search […]

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    LONG ISLAND CARES INC. – THE HARRY CHAPIN REGIONAL FOOD BANK RESPONDS TO CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO THE COMMUNITY DURING ITS IMPACT

    PRESS RELEASE For media inquiries: Claire Fratello Assistant to the CEO for Administration & Media Relations cfratello@licares.org 631.582.3663 Ext 102   LONG ISLAND CARES INC. – THE HARRY CHAPIN REGIONAL FOOD BANK RESPONDS TO CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO THE COMMUNITY DURING ITS IMPACT Hauppauge, NY – March 16, 2020:  Long Island Cares, Inc. […]

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    There’s Much to Celebrate About Long Island Cares in 2020, But We Must Also Focus on Our Neighbors in Need

    There is so much to celebrate about Long Island in 2020, as illustrated by the conversation at the HIA-LI Legislative Breakfast on January 17.  The $2.6 billion grant to Brookhaven National Laboratory to construct an electron ion collider over the next ten years will undoubtedly change the tecno-landscape of our region, and position Long Island […]

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