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  1. The Risks Between Seniors and Food Insecurity Are Too Important to Ignore

    A recently published research report from our colleagues at the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC), reviews food insecurity rates and risk factors among older adults; the connection between food insecurity and health among older adults; and the effectiveness of some of the federal nutrition programs in alleviating food insecurity and supporting health for this […]

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  2. Long Island Cares to Expand to Five Locations with New Pet Pantry and Food Rescue Center

    In 2009, Long Island Cares, Inc. opened our very first community-based satellite location in the Village of Freeport.  Our goal was to expand opportunities for individuals experiencing food insecurity to access emergency food and other resources in a “one-stop” location that was easily accessible by public transportation, highly visible within the community, and that would […]

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  3. Will Millennials Be The Future Donors Long Island Nonprofits Can Bank On? Part II

    Long Island Cares, Inc. recently contracted with The AIMsights Group to implement its own research project to gauge the interest of millennials specifically on Long Island in supporting the regional food bank, and to find out how the population feels about ending hunger and lifting people out of poverty in Nassau and Suffolk County. The […]

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