Nonprofit health and welfare organizations have seen a tremendous uptick in demand for services, and conversely, arts and cultural organizations have been devastated in their inability to provide services.
The holiday season is a time of giving. Here are some seasonally specific ways to give back a little more.
These 20 Long Island nonprofits are in need of donations this year.
“A lot of the time, the people that were giving are now on the other side of the line and are in need,” says Pastor Jim Ryan, director of Lighthouse Mission.
Across Long Island, communities have banded together over the past week to donate turkeys to families in need this Thanksgiving holiday.
The Long Island Breakfast Club held its Toys For Tots Toy Drive and Coat, Hat, Gloves and Scarves Marathon Holiday Brunch on Saturday, Dec. 12 at G’s in West Hempstead.