Even as the coronavirus pandemic took hold bringing additional unemployment, food insecurity and instability to our community, many generous Long Islanders stepped up to help their neighbors in need donating $312,166 to the Newsday Charities Long Island COVID-19 Relief Fund. Newsday pays administrative cost, so 100% of the money raised will be granted to local nonprofit agencies that are providing critical services to help sustain Long Islanders who have been impacted by this crisis.
We’re stronger when we stand together.
When companies care, communities thrive. Special thanks to these companies for their support:
The Book Revue
Central Nassau County Rotary Club
D. Parker and Sons, Inc.
H.A. Guden Co, Inc. & Employees
Tidy Up Cleaning Services
Ear Works Audiology – Nesconset
Robert A. Corsentino CPA, PC
Cooperperson Performance Consulting, Inc.
Many thanks to the Central Nassau County Rotary Club for their generous donation of $10,000 to the Newsday Charities Long Island COVID-19 Relief Fund.
(in photo: L to R – Bill Youngfert, Christian Mollenthiel, Carl Gerrato and Regina Mascia.)