Helping Families Across Long Island
LONG TERM RECOVERY
Over the past 10 weeks, United Way has responded to the needs of Long Islanders experiencing unparalleled hardship. With our safety net of community partners, we have provided assistance to over 6,000 people. Families, individuals, young mothers with newborns and healthcare responders have received financial support.
As we transition to a long-term recovery plan, we will remain active in helping to lift our region’s economy. We will pay especially close attention to those individuals and families that are most vulnerable and at risk.
United Way will continue to fight for the health, education and financial stability for every person in every community.
Be well and stay safe…We’re All in this Together.
United Way's 211 information helpline is available 24 hours, 7 days a week to provide referrals to available local services should you continue to need assistance. All calls are confidential and service is available in multiple languages. Dial 2-1-1, or outside of Nassau and Suffolk Counties 1-888-774-7633 or visit 211longisland.org.