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Bethany House of Nassau County Corporation
Roosevelt, NY
$13,500For general support. The agency provides homeless families (mothers and children) with emergency needs such as food, clothing, rent subsidies, infant care items, medications, utility payments, and transportation. In FY11, the agency served 618 families.
Bethany House of Nassau County Corporation
Roosevelt, NY
$25,000For the Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides homeless families with food, clothing, rent subsidies, infant care items, medication, utility payments, and transportation. In FY12, the agency served 712 families.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Rockville Centre
Hicksville, NY
$56,000For the Christmas Help-A-Family program, which provides emergency cash assistance for toys or a holiday meal for low income families during the holiday season. In FY10, the program provided assistance to 2,439 individuals.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Rockville Centre
Hicksville, NY
$56,000For the Housing and Supportive Services program, which serves chronically homeless veterans and individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS by providing case management services and access to supportive housing and/or prevention services. In FY12, the program served 127 individuals.
Central Council of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul in the Diocese of Rockville Centre
Bethpage, NY
$40,000For the Family Assistance & UPLIFT programs, providing individuals in crisis with up to two years of financial assistance, budgeting, and financial planning classes, as well as food, clothing and household needs. In FY11, the program served 202 people.
Central Council of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul in the Diocese of Rockville Centre
Bethpage, NY
$45,000For Housing programs, providing individuals in crisis with up to two years of financial assistance, budgeting, and financial planning classes, as well as food, clothing and household needs. In FY12, the program served 204 people.
Child Abuse Prevention Services
Roslyn, NY
$15,000For the Keeping Kids Safe program, a bullying-prevention initiative for elementary children. The program provides violence prevention classes and workshops for students in Nassau and Suffolk counties. In FY11, the program served 34,450 clients.
Child Abuse Prevention Services
Roslyn, NY
$20,000For the Keeping Kids Safe program, which provides educational services to pregnant and parenting teenagers and young at-risk parents. The program teaches parents emotional communication skills and aims to improve parent-child interaction. In FY12, the program served 80 clients.
Circulo de la Hispanidad
Long Beach, CA
$15,000For the Amigos program, which provides psycho-educational activities to children affected by family violence. The program served 6,081 clients in 2010.
Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect
Bethpage, NY
$27,000For the Keeping Kids Safe program for low income communities, which provides educational outreach to parents and children to raise awareness about sexual abuse prevention. In FY11, the program provided 137 workshops to 4,962 individuals.
Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect
Bethpage, NY
$30,000For the Keeping Kids Safe program, which provides educational outreach to parents and children to raise awareness about sexual abuse prevention. In FY12, the program provided 101 workshops to over 3,300 individuals.
EAC, Inc.
Hempstead, NY
$50,000For the Long Island Parenting Institute, which provides a variety of evidence-based training and interventions to parents of children of all ages. The program offers low income populations skills and tools that promote positive parenting.
EAC, Inc.
Hempstead, NY
$50,000For the Long Island Parenting Institute, which provides a variety of evidence-based training and interventions to parents. The program offers low income populations skills and tools that promote positive parenting. In FY12, the program served over 1,000 parents.
Family and Children's Association
Mineola, NY
$50,000For the Camp program, which provides summer camp for more than 100 at risk and low income children and teens, and the Annex Relief Services program providing emergency services to 1,000 individuals in crisis.
Family and Children's Association
Mineola, NY
$45,000For the After-School Services at Hagedorn Family Resource Center program, which supports low income children by providing tutoring and other educational services. In FY11, the program served 60 students.
Family and Children's Association
Mineola, NY
$50,000For the Hempstead Out of School Time Alliance (HOSTA) program, which provides out-of-school time academic enrichment activities such as tutoring and homework help to low income students. In FY12, the program served 112 people.
Family Service League, Inc.
Huntington, NY
$50,000For the Summer Camp program, which sends over 250 disadvantaged and at-risk children to sleep away and day camps, and the CAIR Centers, which provides emergency assistance and referrals to 4,000 low income clients.
Family Service League, Inc.
Huntington, NY
$50,000For the Brentwood Community School After-School program, which offers academic enrichment activities for students attending the Brentwood Community School. Each day focuses on a different core subject and is facilitated by a licensed teacher. In FY12, the program served 250 students.
Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc.
Syosset, NY
$30,000For the Emergency Cash Assistance program, which provides financial assistance and medication to individuals and families at risk of homelessness or unemployment. In FY11, the program provided assistance to 85 individuals.
Federation Employment and Guidance Services (FEGS)
New York, NY
$40,000For the Project Maze program, which provides nutritious meals and case management services to the newly poor, unemployed or underemployed, or suffering from chronic poverty and hunger. In FY12, the program served 85 people.
Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center, Inc.
Wyandanch, NY
$10,000For the Summer Camp program, which serves 150 primary and middle school students annually. Campers participate in various activities including etiquette classes, reading workshops, math and computer lab.
Hispanic Counseling Center
Hempstead, NY
$13,500For the Teen Drop-In Center program, a prevention program providing at-risk students age 12-17 and their parents with counseling and support services to reduce gang involvement and drug use, and promote school success.
Hispanic Counseling Center
Hempstead, NY
$25,000For the Children Exposed to Domestic Violence program, which provides psycho-education and parenting skills for at-risk and low income youth. In FY12, the program served 80 children.
Hope For Youth, Inc.
Amityvile, NY
$25,000For the Life Line program, which offers mental health services for at-risk youth transitioning from clinical care. The program also provides psychiatric and medication monitoring. In FY12, the program served 27 children.
Interfaith Nutrition Network
Hempstead , NY
$40,000For the Long Term Housing program, which provides housing, case management, life skills training, tutoring and support services to formerly homeless families. In FY11, the program served 80 families.
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