Long Island Cares has been fighting hunger in our region since 1980 and the Long Island business community has a long history of corporate giving and making a difference. Long Island Cares gratefully acknowledges the many corporate and business partners that support our fight against hunger on Long Island. Their civic stewardship enables Long Island Cares to reach more Long Islanders in need than ever before. Their philanthropy, leadership on our Board of Directors and volunteerism reflect their commitment to being good corporate citizens.
To find out how your company can partner with Long Island Cares, contact Kaylin Peterson, Philanthropy Manager.
We are continually moved by the corporate philanthropy of Long Island and by the corporate donors who so generously give their time and financial support. They are our heroes. Join our stellar group of corporate heroes!
Bank of America continues to support Long Island Cares and our communities through their generous donations and sponsorships.
BNB Bank is proud to partner with Long Island Cares to provide vital services to help reduce hunger and food insecurity across Long Island. Especially throughout the pandemic, these services are of critical importance to thousands of families across the Island.
As Long Islanders experiencing food insecurity continues to increase, Esquire Bank makes their local community a priority and gives boldly time and again.
Inspire Hearts Fundraising partners with nonprofits worldwide to raise crucial funds for their organizations to improve the world. We love the global impact of our work, but when we can help our local community, we feel even more pride. When we learned that many of our Long Island neighbors struggle with food insecurity daily, we knew we had to help. We’re proud to partner with Long Island Cares to fight hunger in our community.
Island Federal Credit Union has supported Long Island Cares in the fight against food insecurity for over a decade. Two programs we have helped fund are “Hope for the Homeless” which provides emergency food and personal hygiene items to homeless individuals, and the Aspara’Gus’ Breakfast Food Truck, which distributes breakfasts to the thousands of children on Long Island experiencing hunger. Based in Hauppauge, Island Federal is committed to Long Island Cares as an organization making a real difference in our local community.
RNC Industries is a Long Island based reinforced Concrete Contractor that performs high rise Foundation and Superstructure work in the New York City area. We consider all of our employees “family”, and make our best effort to instill that atmosphere daily. By participating in the work of Long Island cares, we are hoping to share the sentiments that our local communities are part of a larger “family” and offer support to those in need.
As family owned and operated businesses, ShopRite stores are committed to helping neighbors in need throughout the communities served by their stores. That’s why in 1999, we established the ShopRite Partners In Caring program, a community-based, hunger fighting initiative that supports more than 2,300 charities. Since its founding, ShopRite Partners In Caring has donated more than $51 million to soup kitchens, food pantries, homeless shelters, senior citizen centers, and other organizations that are on the front lines of fighting hunger.
Since 2001, Stop & Shop has been proud to partner with and support Long Island Cares in the fight against hunger on Long Island. Giving back is a big part of our business.
At United Healthcare, we believe food is medicine. We know we can help make a difference by helping people get the resources they need.
Will Sing For Food is a series of annual charity concerts and events. We proudly support Long Island Cares for their strong commitment to and common purpose of helping the food insecure on Long Island.
For over three decades, Yardi Systems has believed in taking care of our clients, employees, and communities. We strongly believe in the work food banks are doing to ensure our communities are fed.
Join other Long Island business leaders and make a difference in the lives of your neighbors.
Contact Kaylin Peterson, Philanthropy Manager at 631.582.FOOD (3663) ext. 104 or by email [email protected]