Center for Missing & Exploited Children
date, NCMEC has worked on 66,350 cases, helped recover 47,284
children, and raised its recovery rate from 60 percent in the
1980s to 93 percent today.
for the Help of Retarded Children/Nassau
Our goal is to provide a lifetime of caring, for infants
and children to teens, adults and senior citizens, for all
people with developmental disabilities.
for the Help of Retarded Children/Suffolk
caring programs and services for persons with mental
retardation and developmental disabilities.
Island Alzheimer's Foundation
lighten the burden and improve the quality of life for those
suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and their caregivers.
Island Association for AIDS Care
LIAAC is a regional community based
not-for-profit agency delivering comprehensive programs to all
Long Islanders infected and affectedby HIV/AIDS.
Cerebral Palsy/Suffolk Chapter
United Cerebral Palsy Association of
Greater Suffolk, Inc. is a voluntary, not-for-profit
comprehensive agency providing a wide range of services to
more than 3,000 individuals with disabilities and their
families living in Suffolk County.
Brothers/Big Sisters of Long Island
As a full member agency affiliated with
BBBSA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island has carried on
the tradition by providing Long Island's youth with the best
possible programs and services.
Island Toy Lending Center for Children with Disabilities
The Long Island Toy Lending Center is a not
for profit agency, formerly known as Lekotek, a Swedish based
toy library successfully adapted in over 30 countries. It is a
unique learning and resource center for children with
disabilities and their families.
What began as a wish granting
organization for critically, chronically, and terminally ill
children, has evolved into a multi-faceted foundation
providing funding and services to families and hospital
pediatric wards throughout the tri-state area.
The American Red
Cross in Nassau County is a humanitarian organization, led by
volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and
helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
It does this through services that are consistent with its
congressional charter and the fundamental principles of the
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
A Wish Foundation
The Make-A-Wish Foundation has
granted wishes to more than 83,000 children with
Community Programs Center of Long Island
CPC is a not-for-profit
organization established in 1980 which operates award-winning
child and adult day care centers. The agency is open to the
public and receives support from businesses and civic
Dog Foundation for the Blind
Since 1946, the Guide Dog
Foundation for the Blind, Inc. has provided guide dogs free of
charge to blind people who seek enhanced mobility and
Episcopal Health Services Inc.,
a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing a
continuum of quality healthcare, began nearly a century and a
half ago. Today, EHS remains a leader in the healthcare
industry and has grown to become one of the largest healthcare
systems in New York State, serving Brooklyn, Queens, and
Joy Galler Foundation
The Lois Joy Galler Foundation
was established to acquire the funds needed to enable doctors
and scientists to conduct research and develop methods
of preventing or curing Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome [HUS], raise
public awareness and provide a supportive community for the
families of affected children.
The mission of The Salvation
Army is to meet human needs without discrimination. We are
located in hundreds of communities throughout the eastern
United States offering a helping hand to those in need.
The American Heart Association
on Long Island continues to expand its efforts and successes
in fighting heart disease and stroke. Our region's dedicated
volunteers, donors and staff continue to expand our fund
raising and educational activities.
The Foundation's mission is to
raise funds to provide toys to supplement the collections of
local Toys for Tots coordinators; defray the costs of
conducting annual Toys for Tots campaigns; provide
administrative, advisory, financial, logistic and promotional
support to local coordinators; provide other support the U.S.
Marine Corps, as a federal agency, cannot provide; and conduct
public education and information programs which call the
general public to action in support of Toys for Tots.
McDonald House Charities
Provides comfort and care to children and their families by
supporting Ronald McDonald Houses in communities around the
world and by making grants to other not-for-profit
organizations whose programs help children in need.