United Way of Long Island is an independent locally-run charity, led and governed by an independent Board of Directors comprised of leading Long Island community and business leaders. As a 501(c)(3), United Way of Long Island is one of Long Island's most cost-efficient organizations, with 86 cents of every dollar raised given directly to community partners or client support and has earned the Platinum GuideStar Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world's largest source of nonprofit information.
Donors can be assured that every contribution is tracked and accounted for. United Way is an independent locally-run charity, led and governed by an independent board of directors comprised of leading Long Island community and business leaders.
United Way adheres to stringent financial controls and a system of checks and balances that is monitored by an Audit Committee. All aspects of our finances are subject to an annual independent audit by a respected certified public accounting firm, Nawrocki Smith LLC.
- United Way Financials 2021
- United Way Financials 2020
- United Way Financials 2019
- United Way Financials 2018
- United Way Financials 2017
- United Way Financials 2016
- Form 990 2021
- Form 990 2020
- Form 990 2019
- Form 990 2018
- Form 990 2017
- Form 990 2016
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For further information, please contact Anthony Fullington, chief financial officer, at AFullington@unitedwayli.org or 631.940.3705.
United Way of Long Island's most recent financial reports are accessible at www.unitedwayli.org/aboutus/financial-information. And, the New York State Office of the Attorney General may be contacted at 212.416.8401, or by visiting www.charitiesnys.com, if necessary.