Over the past several months, our community joined forces to prove that the spirit of giving is alive on Long Island. Your friends, neighbors and local businesses generously donated to the 2019 Newsday Charities Help-A-Family campaign, raising $330,926.86. With all administrative costs covered by Newsday, 100% of the money raised will be granted to local nonprofit agencies that provide programs focusing on hunger, housing, child abuse prevention & treatment and youth education.
Thanks to these donors, and many more who asked to remain anonymous, Long Island’s most vulnerable children and families will receive the care they desperately need.
Wednesday, September 19th, 2018
The Nature’s Bounty Co. Associates
The Nature’s Bounty Foundation is committed to enhancing lives by addressing wellness in many forms. Its generous contribution of $25,000 to Newsday Charities will support grants to Long Island non-profit agencies that offer educational opportunities and work to alleviate hunger, homelessness and child abuse.
Newsday covers all costs, so 100% of this gift will help Long Island’s most vulnerable children and families.
Monday, August 13th, 2018
Virendra Patel and Girish Patel of BAPS Charities, Debby Krenek, Publisher, Newsday; Paul Fleishman, VP Public Affairs, Newsday; Nilesh Patel, BAPS Charities and Dale Cole, Community Affairs Project Manager, Newsday.
Thank you to BAPS Charities for including Newsday Charities Kids Campaign as a recipient of funds raised through its recent Walk Green 2018 walkathon.
100% of this gift will support local nonprofit agencies that provide Long Island’s most vulnerable children and families with healthy meals, educational opportunities and programs to alleviate homelessness and child abuse.
Together, we can make a difference.