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THE A LIST: For The Holidays PRESS BUZZ
Nonprofits To Donate To
NAME CONTACT INFO NEED MISSION
1 Boots On The
Dressers, kitchen table sets,
living room sets, night tables,
kitchenware, and microwaves.
Collect then deliver food and furniture to veterans and their
families that have been homeless or had lost it all.
Foundation canafoundation.org Funding
Raise awareness for global rewilding initiatives, promoting
indigenous culture, protecting wild horses, and preserving
3 Candles For
Hope candlesforhope.org Horse adopters, funding. Anonymously provide birthday parties and a present for
displaced children at local shelters.
findacure.org Funding Support both new and established researchers investigating
the causes, prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
Foundation fealgoodfoundation.com Funding Assist all emergency personnel who have been injured in the
course of their duties or within their everyday lives.
6 Girls, Inc. girlsinc.org Funding Advocates on behalf of girls and deliver life-changing
programs and experiences.
liadv.org Funding Empower victims of domestic violence on Long Island and
break the cycle of violence through education.
8 Life’s WORC lifesworc.org Household items, baby items,
womens’ items, funding.
Give individuals with autism unique opportunities and
comprehensive support using a person-centered approach.
9 Long Island
Cares, Inc. licares.org Funding Provide free education and mentoring in media and
telecommunications to young girls.
10 Long Island
Girl Talk longislandgirltalk.org Funding End food insecurity and decrease food waste on Long Island.
11 Marie Colvin
Memorial Fund mariecolvin.org Food
Support charitable and educational organizations that reflect
Marie Colvin’s lifelong dedication to humanitarian aid,
human rights, journalism, and education.
12 North Shore
animalleague.org Cars, funding. Rescue. Nurture. Adopt. Educate.
13 Pine Barrens
Society pinebarrens.org Funding.
Promoting the preservation of the Long Island Central Pine
Barrens as open space and raising awareness of the issues
facing Long Island’s water quality
14 Response of
Suffolk County responsecrisiscenter.org Funding
Serving people through 24 hour counseling services,
support line services, online crisis counseling services and
community education and training programs.
15 Rock CAN roll rockcanroll.org Food
Collaborate with rock concerts, schools, corporations, and
private individuals to collect healthy non-perishable food (for
people and pets) and basic necessities for distribution to those
16 Smile Farms,
Inc. smilefarms.org Funding Provide people with developmental disabilities meaningful
work in agricultural settings.
Toys, disinfecting wipes, hand
sanitizer, snacks, arts and crafts
supplies, gift cards to major
retailers, an outdoor patio table,
and lawn chairs.
Reduce the trauma of child sexual/physical abuse or neglect
and promote the coordinated prosecution of offenders.
Children tuesdayschildren.org Usable clothing, funding.
Support military families of the fallen, build resilience and
common bonds in communities worldwide recovering from
tragedies, while keeping the promise to support all those
impacted by Tuesday, September 11th.
19 United Way of
Long Island unitedwayli.org Funding
Create opportunities for a better life for all by focusing on the
three key building blocks of education, financial stability and