United Way of Long Island recognizes that no single group alone can address the complex problems that matter most to a community, whether it's responding to crisis such as domestic abuse or working long-term to improve the quality of early education. That's why United Way and its dedicated nonprofit partners share a common vision and commitment to measuring results every step of the way.
United Way and its more than 125+ nonprofit partners are at the forefront of responding to the health and human service needs of our communities. United Way partners to collaborate on initiatives in the areas of Education, Income/Financial Stability and Health to advance the common good on Long Island.
Click here to learn more about our nonprofit partners and how their programs are helping ALL Long Islanders create hope for a better tomorrow.