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Fighting for Charity
October 30, 2019

Our agency is proud to support Shannon “In Good Hands” Chisholm and her Long Island Fight For Charity. “I volunteered because Fight for Charity combined two of my passions, boxing and giving back to the community, she said. “After learning more about what this charity represents, and the people running it, I couldn’t think of […]

Supporting Veterans Upon Their Return to Civilian Life
March 1, 2019

Our agency is on a mission to lend a hand to Fairway Foundation, an organization that helps increase awareness of the obstacles our veterans face when returning to civilian life. With the Purple Heart program, they raise funds to award a veteran with the greatest need with a fully renovated and furnished home. “Our soldiers […]

Providing Hope to Survivors of Domestic Violence in Long Island
November 21, 2018

We are raising funds to support victims of domestic violence in southeastern Nassau County through counseling, drug/alcohol treatment, and many other services. We share YES Community Counseling Center’s mission to increase awareness about personal and community issues, prevent and treat substance abuse, and to promote healthy families and a safe community. “At The Zabbia Insurance […]

Joining Briana’s Battle Against Leukemia
August 28, 2018

We are so hopeful to be able to alleviate some of the financial burden placed on families of children struggling with disabilities, cancer, and other forms of debilitation illnesses. Through this campaign, we want to bring hope to Briana, a local retired NYPD officer’s daughter, who was diagnosed with Leukemia. Thousands of families in the New York […]

Connecting Veterans With Civilians Through Lacrosse
May 31, 2018

We are hopeful to be able to fund some of the relief needed by Shootout for Soldiers, an organization that fosters community engagement between American veterans and civilians in the community. They educate the community about the challenges Veterans face when returning home and also engage them to foster empathy and understanding. For every no-obligation […]

A World Without Blood Cancer
February 28, 2018

We are proud to announce that Robert Zabbia was named Man of the Year by the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! This outstanding award is given to the person who raises the most funds during the ten-week campaign across the entire US. We were able to raise a total of $173,000 for blood cancer research! Thank […]

Promoting Healthy Families And A Safe Community
November 28, 2017

Can we donate $10 on your behalf to provide counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse?  YES Community Counseling Center has been serving the residents of southeastern Nassau County since 1977 by offering services including school-based social work, counseling, drug/alcohol treatment, and many others. YCCC’s mission is to increase awareness about personal and […]

Keeping Families Close in the Midst of a Medical Crisis
September 26, 2017

Can we donate $10 on your behalf to provide families with seriously-ill children with a temporary haven during treatment? Our agency is raising funds to support the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island so they can keep families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need. “We can only […]

Playing Lacrosse For A Greater Cause

Shootout for Soldiers is a 24-hour lacrosse event dedicated to supporting American veterans and fostering community engagement. They educate the community about the challenges Veterans face when returning home by sharing authentic first-person narratives from Veterans as well as curate learning resources and materials addressing the issues. Shootout for Soldiers also engages the civilian and […]

A World Without Blood Cancer

When a conversation arises about cancer, the word HOPE emerges in the following two contexts: I HOPE it never hurts me or my loved ones, and I HOPE some day doctors find a cure. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has taken this desire and turned them into ACTIONS FOR CHANGE. Since 1949, The Leukemia & […]