Community Partners

A Safety Net of Agencies

Partnerships are critical to United Way’s work to break down barriers, build opportunities, and create economic stability for the benefit of all.

United Way of Long Island advances the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all by focusing on three key building blocks: health, education and financial stability. We accomplish this in collaboration with community partners, made up of Long Island nonprofit agencies.

Our community partners are at the forefront of responding to the most vulnerable and at-risk Long Islanders, reach thousands of residents every year, and continue to provide a great impact.

To build stronger, more equitable communities where everyone can thrive, contribute to the Long Island Impact Fund, which supports critical programs and services of our community partners.



American Red Cross on Long Island
Ascent: A School for Individuals with Autism
Association for Mental Health and Wellness, Inc.
CancerCare - Long Island Office
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rockville Centre
Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc.
Choice for All
Circulo de la Hispanidad
Colonial Youth & Family Services, Inc.
Community Development Corporation of Long Island, Inc.
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.
ERASE Racism, Inc.
Family & Children’s Association
Family Service League
Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center, Inc.
Girls Inc. of Long Island
Health & Welfare Council of Long Island
Hispanic Brotherhood, Inc.
Hispanic Counseling Center, Inc.
Housing Help Inc.
Island Harvest Food Bank
La Fuerza Unida, Inc.
Labor Education & Community Services Agency, Inc. (LECSA)
Leadership Training Institute (LTI)
Long Island Cares, Inc.
Long Island Coalition for the Homeless
Mental Health Association of Nassau County, Inc.
Nassau Suffolk Law Services
Options for Community Living, Inc.
Pronto of Long Island, Inc.
The Safe Center LI, Inc.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Long Island
United Veterans Beacon House, Inc.
Wyandanch Homes and Property Development Corporation
YMCA of Long Island, Inc.


211 Long Island is a free, non-emergency information service that connects Long Island residents to health and human resources, in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, they may need on a daily basis or during a disaster.
To contact 211 Long Island dial 2-1-1, or outside Nassau and Suffolk Counties 1-888-774-7633, or visit