Cool Mornings, Warm Memories

Planned Giving

At Long Island Cares

As the fall days grow cooler, our hearts are warmed by the memories we’ve created with loved ones. It’s a season for reflection, a time to appreciate the people and causes that have enriched our lives. At Long Island Cares, we understand the profound impact that individuals like you have on our mission to combat hunger and support our community.

Your involvement represents an investment in your hopes, dreams, and aspirations for the future of Long Island. Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to make the positive difference we do.

This fall, we invite you to take a moment to consider your legacy. It’s a season for planning, not just for the holidays, but for the impact you want to leave behind. One way to do this is by writing or updating your will. It’s not about possessions; it’s about giving voice to your values and ensuring that the love and care that have defined your life continue to touch the lives of others.

While you may include the names of others in your plan, remember that your legacy plan is ultimately a gift to yourself. It provides peace of mind, knowing that you’ve taken care of everything and everyone dear to you. It’s a way to share a piece of yourself with the world, leaving a lasting imprint of your kindness and compassion.

At Long Island Cares, planned giving plays a vital role in our ability to serve the community. These generous contributions help us continue our mission and ensure that no one on Long Island goes hungry. By including Long Island Cares in your legacy plan, you become an integral part of our ongoing efforts to make a positive impact.

Cool mornings may signal the changing of the seasons, but your warm memories and thoughtful planning can make a lasting difference for the people we serve. Thank you for considering the importance of planned giving and for being a part of the Long Island Cares family. Together, we can continue to make our community a better place for all.

Click here to learn more about Planned Giving at Long Island Cares


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