Tag: Long Island Cares

Paule Pachter, CEO of Long Island Cares, Offers His Food For...

For nearly 14 years, Paule Pachter has been the CEO of Long Island Cares, which operates the Harry Chapin Food Bank.

East End Gallery’s ‘Art Patch’ Fundraises For Long Island Cares

The East End is in full picking mode this fall, with U-pick apples and pumpkins drawing crowds at farms and orchards all over the Hamptons and North Fork.

OpEd: Harry Chapin’s Spirit Lives On in Fight Against Hunger

What Harry Chapin knew 40 years ago is still true today: Poverty, unemployment, immigration status, disabilities, underemployment, homelessness, veterans status, and systemic racism impact people's ability to provide nutritious food to feed their family.

OpEd: Food Bank Needs Steady Supply Now More Than Ever

In the past seven months, more food has been delivered to Long Island Cares-The Harry Chapin Food Bank than ever before. 

Long Island Food Bank Opens New Bethpage Location

A local food bank opened a new location Monday in Bethpage to help feed the increasing number of Long Islanders struggling to keep food on the table amid the coronavirus pandemic.

BRG Donates $18K to Long Island Cares

Bohlsen Restaurant Group donated $18,000 to the nonprofit hunger relief organization Long Island Cares on Thursday at Harbor Club at Prime in Huntington.

Bank of America Donates $500,000 to Long Island Cares

Bank of America donated a half-million dollars to The Harry Chapin Regional Food Bank to help the nonprofit establish the organizations’ fifth community-based satellite center in Hampton Bays. 

Summer Food Drive Under Way on Long Island

Advocates are urging the public to donate canned goods and non-perishable items for the regional food bank at collection tables set up outside Long Island supermarkets on summer weekends July 7 through Oct. 7.

Local Long Island Charities Fight Hunger, Homelessness & Poverty

The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN), Long Island Cares and Island Harvest work year-round to help hungry and homeless Long Island families in need.