United Way of Long Island fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community. We accomplish this through working with our community partners, made up of over 100 Long Island nonprofit agencies.
Our community partners are at the forefront of responding to Long Islanders in need, and are directly addressing the needs of local residents impacted by the current health and economic crisis. These agencies work with people to address challenges in key areas, including mental health, food insecurity, child care, social services, education opportunities, access to veterans resources and more.
One-in-three Long Island families struggle each and every day to afford the basic needs, including: food, housing, transportation and adequate medical coverage.