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65-00461
Adams Court Tenant Association, Inc.

65-00346
Adelante of Suffolk County
Offers family and youth informal counseling, computer, English classes, youth leadership, tutoring, career and financial aid counseling, special needs housing, vocational training and socialization, voter registration, senior nutrition programs, and more.

65-00005

Adirondack Mountain Club, Inc.
Protects wild lands and waters through conservation advocacy and environmental education. Promotes outdoor recreation to deepen appreciation of natural resources and create greater public stewardship.

65-00347
Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities
Provides residential, day, vocational, service coordination, medical, dental, behavioral health, family support, recreation, and pre-school services for children and adults with developmental disabilities in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

65-00015
American Diabetes Association
Helps improve the lives of those touched by diabetes through research, education, information, and advocacy.

65-00452
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those impacted by suicide.

65-00022
American Red Cross - Suffolk County Chapter
Provides disaster services, service to the military/military families, senior nutrition programs, CPR, First Aid, and water safety programs.

65-00025
Americans for Peace Now
Educates Americans about the Middle East peace process to create an informed and empowered pro-peace American public. Funds Israel's premier grassroots peace movement, Peace Now.

65-00351
Arthritis Foundation, Inc.
Funds research to find cures for 100+ types of arthritis. Provides free literature, self-help courses, exercise, counseling, speakers, videotapes, equipment, support groups, Student Fellowships.

65-00027
Ascent: A School for Individuals with Autism
Provides intensive, research-based education and life-enhancing services to individuals with autism and their families.

65-00352
Association for Children with Downs Syndrome, Inc.
Organization is dedicated to providing lifetime resources of exceptional quality, innovation, and inclusion for individuals with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities in LI/Queens.

65-00029
Atlantic States Legal Foundation
Provides affordable legal, technical, and organizational assistance to individuals, community groups, and other non-governmental organizations to remediate environmental threats.

65-00031
Autism Society of America
Improving the lives of individuals with autism, their families and the health care professionals who work with them by providing research, information, education, and advocacy.

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65-00355
Bellport Area Community Action Committee, Inc.
Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area
Programs provided focus on character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts, and sports fitness and recreation.

65-00040
Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc.
Provides comprehensive housing, case management, and supportive services to homeless and needy New Yorkers.

65-00357
Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk
Helps in the development of youth who are physically, mentally and emotionally fit, have a high degree of self-reliance, and possess high ethical and moral standards.

65-00044
Breast Cancer Help, Inc.
Promotes education/awareness; raises funds for research and improved access to quality screening/diagnosis/treatment; provides patients with free support services.

65-00041
Busy Beach Day Care Center, Inc.
Provides state employees' children with quality child care that fosters physical and mental development.

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65-00046
Cancer Immunology Research Foundation (Concern Foundation)
Provides funding for cancer research scientists to investigate new approaches for early detection and treatment in the quest to conquer cancer in children and adults.

65-00360
Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockville Center
Provides chemical dependence, dental, disabilities, disaster relief, food, HIV/AIDS, housing, immigration, maternity, outpatient and residential mental health, and senior services on Long Island.

65-00056
Center for Rapid Recovery, Inc.
The Training and Research Institute for Cultural Competence

A minority focus behavioral healthcare organization whose mission is to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities.

65-00060
Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc.
Provides services to individuals with persistent mental illness and substance abuse problems through a variety of programs.

65-00063
Charles Thide Foundation, Inc.
Assists individuals and families suffering from the effects of cancer.

65-00064
Child Abuse Prevention Services, Inc.
Prevents bullying, child abuse, online victimization, violence, and other child safety issues through innovative educational programs benefiting thousands of Long Island's children, parents, and professionals annually.

65-00066
Child Care Council of Nassau, Inc.
Assists families with referrals for child care; offers training; healthcare consultancy and fingerprinting for providers; assists in program development.

65-00362
Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc.
Dedicated to making child care work for all Suffolk County's diverse communities. Through advocacy and education, the Council takes a leadership role in supporting children, families, providers, employers, and the public, to ensure that qulaity child care takes its place as an integral part of society.

65-00068
Child Find of America, Inc.
Child kidnapping prevention and locating specialists helping children and devastated parents through free investigation, mediation, and publicity.

65-00076
Children's Heartlink
Sends volunteer medical teams to developing countries to provide heart surgery for needy children and training for local staff.

65-00077
Children's Tumor Foundation, National Neurofibromatosis Foundation
Supports public education, patient support, research, medical, and fundraising programs.

65-00079
Christian Blind Mission International, Inc.
Serves the worlds poorest people with disabilities in the most disadvantaged societies. Founded in 1908. Operates in 113 countries and serves over 18 million people annually.

65-00084
Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect, Inc.
Serves as a center for child abuse prevention and child victim advocacy on Long Island.

65-00085
Coalition for Disabled Musicians, Inc.
Gives physically challenged musicians the opportunity to develop skills, join performing groups, entertain, and inspire all audiences.

65-00089
Cooley's Anemia Foundation, Inc.
Advances research to cure this fatal blood disease, enhancing the quality of life of patients, educating doctors, trait carriers, and the public.

65-00092
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, Inc., Long Island Chapter
Provides research, education, and outreach programs for an estimated 30,000 patients, including education symposia for healthcare professionals/lay people, support groups, and peer counseling.

65-00339
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Greater New York
Supports innovative research to control and cure Cystic Fibrosis. Provides specialized medical care through a nationwide network of centers; offers pharmacy and other patient services.

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65-00367
DDI Foundation, Inc.
Provides educational, medical, dental, vocational, respite, parent training, and residential services to autistic and developmentally disabled individuals from infancy through childhood.

65-00340
Diabetes Research Institute Foundation
Committed to curing children and adults now living with diabetes and leads the world in bringing promising treatments to patients as fast as possible.

65-00368
Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, Inc.
Community-based, certified non-profit home health care agency providing family-focused health care and related services in Suffolk County.

65-00369
Doubleday Babcock Senior Center, Inc.
A community-based Senior Center providing activities, social services, and adult day services for the over-60 population in Oyster Bay and surrounding area.

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65-00100
EarthJustice
Formerly Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund. Protects people, wildlife, and natural resource by providing free legal representation to citizen groups to enforce our environmental laws.

65-00101
East End Disability Associates, Inc.
Supports freedom of choice for persons with disabilities and their caregivers by providing a set of resource options in a manner that reflects respect and dignity for individual differences.

65-00102
East End Hospice, Inc.
Provides care to terminally ill patients in their homes, offering pain and symptom control, in addition to social, emotional, and spiritual support for patients and families.

65-00106
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.
Empowers community members through education, training, and job opportunities to benefit Suffolk County.

65-00341
Epilepsy Society of Southern New York, Inc.
Provides education/training, case management, crisis intervention, competitive/supported employment, independent living, skills training, information/referral, and support groups.

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65-00111
Family & Children's Association
Protects children, helps individuals and families, and strengthens communities by offering assistance to those who are experiencing social, emotional, or economic difficulties.

65-00373
Family Service League of Suffolk County, Inc.
Restores hope and rebuilds lives through preventive, crisis, counseling, therapeutic, advocacy, and educational services and programs assisting more than 40,000 from at-risk infants to frail elderly.

65-00112
Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc.
A network of employment, training, education, youth, family, behavioral health, rehabilitation, residential and home care services to help individuals achieve personal and economic independence.

65-00113
Federation of Organizations for the New York State Mentally Disabled, Inc.
Helps mental health recipients and seniors become or remain productive participants in their communities.

65-00115
Fertile Hope
A national, non-profit organization dedicated to providing reproductive information, support hope to cancer patients at risk of infertility.

65-00116
Fiscal Policy Institute
Does research and public education on tax, budget, and economic issues that affect the quality of life and economic well-being of New York State residents

65-00118
Five Towns Community Center Inc.
Plans, coordinates, initiates, evaluates and supervises programs designed to permanently eliminate or reduce poverty in targeted areas of Nassau County.

65-00120
Foundation Fighting Blindness Long Island Affiliate
Largest voluntary, non-government sponsor of research to cure retinitis pigmentosa (RP), macular degeneration, and related inherited retinal disorders leading causes of blindness and deaf-blindness.

65-00121
Foundation for Long Island State Parks
Helps maintain and preserve Long Island State Parks for public enjoyment and recreation.

65-00374
Franklin General Hospital Medical Center
Not-for-profit voluntary acute medical center and skilled nursing facility. Services: midwifery program, certified home health agency, and adult day healthcare program for frail elderly.

65-00375

Freeport Pride, Inc.
Provides drug treatment and prevention services and serves youth by providing individual, group and family counseling, education employment and youth development, and delinquency prevention services.

65-00376
Friends of Karen, Inc.

Provides financial, emotional, and advocacy support to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families, including bereavement services and assistance for families.

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65-00377
Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center
Provides educational, supportive, and emergency outreach services to low-income families and homeless populations. Helps with food, clothing, etc.

65-00122
Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc.
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

65-00123
Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, Inc.
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

65-00378
Glen Cove Hospital, North Shore University Hospital at Glen Cove
NS-LIJ provides an unparalleled spectrum of health services to the community, offering a renowned staff, modern facilities, advanced technology, and programs to meet all needs.

65-00379
Good Samaritan Hospital Self-Insurance Against Malpractice Trust

Special home-care hospice program, dialysis center, and skilled nursing facility.

65-00126
Good Shepherd Hospice
Provides end-of-life hospice care through physical, spiritual, psychological, and palliative comfort care for the terminally ill. Bereavement counseling is available for families and loved ones.

65-00127
Graves' Disease Foundation
Thyroid-related and Graves Disease patient services.

65-00380
Great Neck Senior Citizens Center, Inc.
Offers lunch, transportation and programs for recreation, socialization, health, and education.

65-00130
Greater Five Towns YM & YWHA
Provides comprehensive group services and individual assistance to single adults with disabilities, seniors, Holocaust survivors, and members of the Russian community.

65-00381
Greater Hamptons Interfaith Council, Inc. Family Counseling Services
Provides professional counseling specializing in family violence, youth, mental health, substance abuse, and Tourette's Syndrome and associated disorders.

65-00134
Green Corps, Inc.
Trains a new generation of environmental leaders by working in communities with local groups to preserve forests, clean up air, and promote cleaner energy.

65-00135
Group for the East End
Preserves and protects the natural resources of Long Island's Peconic Bay Region through public advocacy and community education.

65-00382
Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Non-profit, 460 bed long-term/short-term skilled nursing care and rehabilitation, ventilator dependent care, hospice, adult day health program; home healthcare and assisted living community.

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65-00137
Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.
Provides safe, decent, and affordable housing and home-ownership opportunities to low-income working families earning less that 50% of median income.

65-00138
Hagedorn Little Village School
Serves children with developmental disabilities, conducts educational day and summer school for preschool, school age children, an early intervention program, and therapeutic services.

65-00139
Hands Across Long Island, Inc.
Offers services including supported housing, case management, self help, drop in center, forensic services, advocacy, information and referral, food pantry, PROS program, clinic, and resource centers.

65-00383
Harbor Day Care Center, Inc.
Operates five licensed child care centers in Nassau County, providing a wide range of child care services from infant care to school-age programs.

65-00140
Haven House/Bridges
Provides emergency housing and support services for homeless families and permanent housing for low-income persons diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.

65-00142
Healing the Children Northeast
Provides free medical and surgical treatment to needy children in the U.S. and abroad

65-00143
Health & Welfare Council of Long Island
A health and human services planning, research/public education, and advocacy organization serving as the umbrella for public and voluntary agencies on Long Island.

65-00144
Helen Keller Services for the Blind
Helps the visually-impaired, blind, and deaf-blind individuals live independently by providing an array of rehabilitative, educational, social, and employment services.

65-00141
HERMANDAD, Inc.
A non-profit charitable organization that has provided development assistance to the poor of Honduras the Dominican Republic; specializes in water projects and housing.

65-00145
Hicksville Teenage Council, Inc.
A not-for-profit community based organization providing the youth and families of this area with a variety of free services. These services include recreation, tutoring, vocational counseling and placement.

65-00384

Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre, Inc.
Identifies the needs of the Hispanic Community in the areas of Oceanside, Baldwin, West Hempstead, and Rockville Centre, and assists the Hispanic Community in solving the many problems they encounter due to the language barrier.

65-00146
Hispanic Counseling Center, Inc.
Provides bilingual, bi-cultural treatment, prevention, and social work services to individuals and families so that people of Hispanic origins or descent in Nassau County will be able to attain a constructive, self-sustaining way of life.

65-00147
Hole In The Wall Gang Fund
Founded by Paul Newman, a non-profit summer camp and year-round center, provides free services to children and their families coping with cancer and serious blood disorders.

65-00385
Hope for Youth, Inc.
Operates a therapeutic foster care program for boys and girls ages five and up; four therapeutic group homes for boys eleven to eighteen; and a diagnostic and emergency program that offers short term residential diagnostic evaluation and in-home support services.

65-00386
Horizon Women's Medical Care, PC South Nassau Communities Hospital
Provides critical services that include: specialized emergency care, cancer and cardiac care, restorative and pain management, home health, curative comprehensive diagnostic treatment, and rehabilitation and support services.

65-00148
Hospice Care Network
Serves individuals whose medical prognosis indicates a life span of six months or less.

65-00387
Housing Help, Inc.
Provides assistance for landlord/tenant issues, first-time home buyer counseling, mortgage default counseling, reverse mortgage counseling for seniors, and development of affordable housing.

65-00149
HUGS (Human Understanding & Growth Seminars)
Conducts seminars for high school students providing education in substance abuse, compulsive disorders, life skills and communication skills.

65-00150
Human Rights Campaign Foundation
Provides information and resources to educate the public to end discrimination against gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.

65-00388
Huntington Freedom Center
Provides quality all-day child care and education, offering partial scholarships funded by contributions to aid low-income families that do not qualify for public support.

65-00152
Huntington's Disease Society of America
Promotes and supports research to find a cure for HD; helps people and families affected by HD; and educates the public and professionals about HD.

65-00389
Huntington Hospital
A 408-bed community hospital that provides a full range of healthcare services including cancer care, cardiology, maternity, and complex surgery.

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65-00154
Independent Group Home Living Program, Inc.
Provides lifetime alternatives for people who are developmentally disabled.

65-00462
Institute for Student Achievement
Partners with school districts to prepare underserved students for college.

65-00155
Interfaith Nutrition Network
Homeless and shelter program provides assistance to projects committed to increase public awareness and to provide direct assistance to the hungry and homeless.

65-00158
Island Harvest, Ltd.
Serves as the bridge between those who have surplus food and those who need it.

65-00390
Island Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Inc.
Special programs include in-vitro fertilization, wound care center, inpatient alcohol treatment and outpatient alcohol clinic, chest pain emergency room, inpatient adult and adolescent psychiatric unit, hyperbaric unit and stem cell transplants.

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65-00391
JCC of the Greater Five Towns, Inc.
A non-profit, non-sectarian community center serving Southeast Nassau County, providing recreational, social, educational, and cultural programs. No one is denied participation due to financial situation.

65-00392
Jewish Association for Services for the Aged
Assists elderly residents of Nassau and Suffolk Counties to function and participate in their homes and communities.

65-00393
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital
A 248-bed community hospital providing a wide spectrum of healthcare services of the highest quality, cost effectively, to Suffolk County residents.

65-00160

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Hudson Valley Branch
Funds research to save the lives of children and adults who suffer from diabetes and its devastating complications.

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65-00161
Kids Peace National Centers for Kids in Crisis
Provides healing for children in emotional crisis; hope for America's kids and families; education, prevention, children's hospital.

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65-00394
LI Council of Churches
Promotes interfaith understanding and cooperation.

65-00395
La Fuerza Unida, Inc.
Education, neighborhood preservation and development, computer and career training, language skills and literacy, immigration and citizenship services, employment and training for day workers, community economic development.

65-00162
Labor Education & Community Services Agency, Inc.
Provides anger management services, stress management services, substance abuse, and case management, and mental health counseling.

65-00163
Lake Grove School
Provides a total living, learning environment for children unable to remain with family or stay in public school due to behavioral or educational problems.

65-00165
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Long Island Chapter
Funds research and patient programs

65-00166
Life's WORC, Inc.
Provides comprehensive support to people with developmental disabilities including mental retardation and autism.

65-00167
Literacy Nassau, Inc.
Opens doors to opportunity and success for adults in Nassau County who seek help with reading, writing or speaking English.

65-00168
Literacy Volunteers of America, Suffolk County
Recruits and trains volunteers to tutor other adults in either Basic Literacy; English for Speakers of Other Languages; services to adult learners are free of charge.

65-00396
Littig House Community Center, Inc.
Provides educational/family life/youth development/recreational programs for youth and their families. services include counseling and referrals obtaining housing, SSI, DSS, and vocational benefits.

65-00457
Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York
Delivers services and programs to improve the lives of children and families in crisis and disabled adults in need.

65-00397
Long Beach Martin Luther King Center, Inc.
Provides program, education, leisure time, and cultural summer camp and career counseling to disadvantaged youth and their families.

65-00398
Long Beach Medical Center
A community teaching hospital and skilled nursing facility offering emergency care, full medical/surgical services, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, pyschiatric and substance abuse services, diabetes and wound care center, home health agency, and ambulatory care.

65-00170
Long Beach Reach, Inc., Suffolk
Provides rehabilitative services to troubled families to help them cope with pain, enhance self-esteem, develop self-awareness, and to seek alternatives to aberrant behavior.

65-00172
Long Island Adolescent and Family Services, Inc.
Provides safe housing to Long Island's abused and abandoned adolescent population. Goal is to provide sanctuary, medical and social services, and reunification of the family unit where it is possible.

65-00399
Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation, Inc.
Provides resources and support from pre-diagnosis through end-of-life for individuals with Alzheimer's and their families.

65-00173
Long Island Cares, Inc. Harry Chapin Food Bank
Provides emergency food assistance, sponsors self-reliance programs, and educates the general public about the causes and consequences of hunger.

65-00174
Long Island Head Start
Long Island Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services to low income children and families.

65-00175
Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency
Operates Head Start programs and daycare for income-eligible 3-5 year old children and support services for their families in thirteen (13) Suffolk County communities, as well as early Head Start for 0-3 year olds in three (3) communities.

65-00176
Long Island Crisis Center
Maintains a 24/7 crisis intervention hotline, online counseling, services, and advocacy for at-risk and underserved youth including community education and street outreach.

65-00177
Long Island Fund for Women & Girls
Funds programs that improve the lives of Long Island women and girls, highlights and addresses women's issues and develops women's philanthropy.

65-00179
Long Island Hearing & Speech Society
Supports hearing and speech services for North Shore LIJ Health Systems and provides public information and outreach program relating to hearing, cochlear implants, speech, voice, language, and swallowing problems.

65-00180
Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc.
Promotes affordable housing on Long Island for first-time homeowners and senior citizens.

65-00181
Long Island Housing Services, Inc.
Programs include counseling and advocacy for preventing, investigating, and challenging discrimination, protecting tenants' rights, and preventing mortgage abuse/foreclosure.

65-00182
Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages
Long Island's largest privately supported museum. Located on a nine-acre park-like setting in historic Stony Brook Village, it features three museums exhibiting collections on American art, history, and horse-drawn carriages.

65-00184
Luke Neuhedel Foundation, Inc.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with pediatric cancer through education, research, and aid to families.

65-00185
Lupus Alliance of America, Long Island/Queens Affiliate
Helps people with lupus and their families by providing support programs, information, referral, education, crisis intervention, information in Spanish, and limited financial support and funding for lupus research.

65-00186
Lutheran Family & Community Services
Provides food assistance for families, supplies infant layettes for newborns, referrals to other resources, and provides holiday adoption for families in the greater Nassau County area.

65-00189
Lymphoma Research Foundation
Devoted exclusively to funding research and providing patients and healthcare professionals with critical information about lymphoma.

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65-00190
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York
Grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.

65-00191
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Suffolk County
Grants the wishes of children 2 to 18 who suffer from a life-threatening illness. A wish is limited only by the child's imagination.

65-00192
March of Dimes
Improves health of babies through programs, advocacy, and community service.

65-00194
Medical Education for South African Blacks
Raises funds to train black health care professionals, in order to improve health care for all South Africans.

65-00195
Medical Support Association, Inc.
Provides life-saving essential medicines at no charge to children and adults in impoverished communities.

65-00196
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Dedicated to prevention, patient care, research, and education in cancer.

65-00402
Mental Health Association of Nassau County, Inc.

65-00459
Mental Health Association in New York State, Inc.
Advocates for change in the mental health system, fights stigma through community-based programming, and provides info on mental health issues.

65-00403

Mercy Medical Center
Provides innovative services for maternal/child, mental health, and cancer care.

65-00198
Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Foundation

65-00199

Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center
Offers social, physical, educational, and cultural programs for infants through seniors, including those with special needs.

65-00201
Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation, Jack Biggane-Mollie's Fund
Increases awareness for Melanoma prevention, provides information and services on skin cancer detection, and supports melanoma patients through education of the latest treatments.

65-00202
Mother's Against Drunk Driving
MADD's mission is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of violent crime, and prevent underage drinking through free victim services and education programs.

65-00203
Mount Hope Housing
Empowers the Bronx community through youth services, employment, job training, real estate development, technology training, financial literacy, and family asset-building.

65-00204
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Fighting neuromuscular diseases through worldwide research, a nationwide network of clinics offering comprehensive medical services, and far-reaching professional and public health education.

65-00463
Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information Inc.
Help families deal with the diagnosis of brain tumor and raise money for research.

65-00205
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Inc.
Seeks to facilitate the diagnosis and care of MG patients through programs of patient services, public information, medical research, professional education, and advocacy.

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65-00207
Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council
Represents the interests of its 24 member hospitals and serves as the voice for the hospital industry on LI. It provides advocacy, education, and information.

65-00404
Nassau Council of Girl Scouts, Inc.
Programs cover such issues as cultural diversity, gender equity, career exploration, math and science, internet safety, and health and fitness.

65-00405
Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Provides crisis intervention, counseling, legal advocacy and consultations, and safe emergency housing for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and community educational programs.

65-00208
Nassau-Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless
Helps homeless persons through direct assistance, advocacy efforts, raising awareness, providing information and referrals.

65-00209
Nassau-Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc.
A non-profit, community-based, poverty law program which provides legal assistance in civil (non-criminal) matters to low-income persons throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

65-00211
National Association of Mothers' Centers
Provides resource and technical assistance to a network of community-based centers and programs that provide information and support needed to parent in a healthy way.

65-00407
National Center for Disability Services
A non-profit agency that is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities to be active, independent, and self-sufficient participants in our society.

65-00212
National Center for Law and Economic Justice
Dedicated to ensuring social and economic justice for the most disadvantaged members of society.

65-00094
National Cued Speech Association

65-00345
National Eating Disorders Association
Supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders and acts as a catalyst for prevention, cures, and access to treatment through programs and national helpline.

65-00214
National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts
Provides unrestricted cash grant scholarships to American high school seniors who are talented musicians, visual artists, dancers, writers, actors, singers, photographers, or videographers.

65-00460
National Great Pyrenees Rescue
Facilitates the placement of rescued Great Pyrenees dogs across the country.

65-00342
National Hemophilia Foundation
Dedicated to finding cures for bleeding disorders and to preventing and treating their complications through education, advocacy, and research.

65-00453
National Kidney Foundation
Fights kidney disease through free health screenings, education, patient services.

65-00218
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Long Island Chapter
Offers education and direct services to those impacted by multiple sclerosis.

65-00221
National Reye's Syndrome Foundation
Provides public and medical information/education, research funding and supportive services for victims of Reye's Syndrome, an often-fatal disease affecting all ages.

65-00225
New Rochelle Humane Society
Provides loving care to stray, lost, abandoned, injured, and abused animals in Westchester County, returning them to owners if possible, finding new homes where not.

65-00226
New York Blood Center
Collects, tests, processes, and delivers blood, blood products, and related services to some 200 hospitals in the New York metropolitan area and conducts research for the cure and prevention of blood-borne diseases.

65-00228
New York Public Interest Research Group Fund
Promotes renewable energy, air quality, and safe drinking water. Victories include: closing polluting power plants, improving mass transit.

65-00229
New York Society For the Deaf, Long Island Service Center
Provides interpreter services, social and rehabilitation services for deaf and deaf-blind adults, socialization program for older deaf adults and sign language classes.

65-00230
New York State CASA Association, Inc, Advocates for Children of New York State
Supports coalition of CASA programs in 33 NYS counties that train advocates for abused children in the family court system.

65-00288
New York State Police Summer Program

65-00408
North Amityville Community Economic Council, Inc.
Provides job skills training, adult education, economic re-development initiatives and community improvement programs to residents of the town of Babylon.

65-00233
North Fork Women for Women Fund
Provides wellness, support groups, legal, and health referrals and a youth self-esteem program to defer high-risk behavior.

65-00409
North Shore Child and Family Guidance Association
Clinical services provide diagnosis and treatment of children, youth, and families who face complex life issues, treatment provided for youngsters at risk for substance abuse and offers training and consultation for human service providers.

65-00410
North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Foundation
NS-LIJ provides an unparalleled spectrum of health services to the community, offering a renowned staff, modern facilities, advanced technology, and programs to meet all needs.

65-00411
North Shore University Hospital
Major regional referral center and hub of North Shore Health System. Provides full range of in-patient and out-patient programs.

65-00413
NYSARC, Inc., Nassau County Chapter
Assists children and adults with developmental disabilities to make life choices, exercise independence and develop responsibility.

65-00234
NYSARC, Inc., Suffolk County Chapter
Provides programs and services for over 2,500 men, women, and children with developmental disabilities. Also provides individualized and dynamic opportunities for the community they serve.

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65-00236
Open Door Parent-Child Caring Center
Provides education for parents and children from infancy through 4 years of age. Parents participate in support groups while providing model early childhood programs for children 12 months to 4 years old.

65-00239
Operation California

65-00238
Operation Get Ahead
Offers an in-school peer interaction program designed to stimulate students toward greater self-motivation for achievement both in and out of school.

65-00415
Options for Community Living, Inc.
Provider of residential and support services to individuals with psychiatric disabilities, HIV and AIDS related illness, and homeless families on Long Island.

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65-00242
Parkinson's Disease Foundation
Funds promising scientific research and supports people with Parkinson's, their families, and caregivers through educational programs and support services.

65-00243
Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services
Provides a wide range of educational, recreational, youth development and prevention programs for youth up to age 21 residing in the Patchogue-Medford community. Outreach, advocacy, resources and referrals are also provided.

65-00244
Pearl S. Buck International, Inc.
Offers adoption, humanitarian, and educational programs.

65-00245
Peconic Community Council, Inc.
Promotes the preservation of health and human services to East End communities through program and advocacy.

65-00246
Pederson-Krag Center, Inc.
Provides outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment services for adults, families, and children residing in Suffolk County

65-00247
Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Committed to eradicating pediatric AIDS, preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and insuring better medical treatments for children.

65-00248
Peninsula Counseling Center
Enhances the growth and development of individuals of all ages and strengthens family life. This is done through therapeutic and rehabilitative services.

65-00250
Pet Partners
Helps therapy animal teams comfort over 900,000 men, women and children in hospitals, physical therapy, or those who have lost loved ones.

65-00416
Plainview Hospital-North Shore University Hospital
Major regional referral center and hub of North Shore Health System. Provides full range of in-patient & out-patient programs.

65-00252
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic
Provides reproductive health care and counseling services for women, men, and teens, educational programs, and advocacy in support of reproductive choice.

65-00253
Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, Inc.
Provides affordable quality medical, counseling, education, and advocacy services promoting responsible choices that strengthen families and improve the quality of life in our communities.

65-00254
PLUS Group Homes
Provides housing and a full range of services to autistic adults.

65-00255
Population Communications International
Produces radio and television soap operas that motivate people to adopt new attitudes and behaviors that foster reproductive health, gender equality, and environmental protection.

65-00257
Port Counseling Center
Serves adolescents, adults, and families.

65-00417
Port Washington Children's Center
Provides year-round childcare services for toddlers, pre-schoolers and school aged children of parents living and/or working in Port Washington.

65-00258
Project Challenge
Provides educational, cultural, recreational, social and job assistance programs for youth encouraging self expression, duty to community, and responsibility in preventing substance abuse among their peers.

65-00259
Proliteracy Worldwide
Empowers adults and families in the US and abroad with the basic skills they need to improve their lives and communities.

65-00260
PRONTO of Long Island, Inc.
Has been providing services to the residents of Suffolk County since 1969. PRONTO provides various human services, without fees, over 20 programs, which includes a Personal Development Center.

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65-00261
Quality Services for the Autism Community, Inc.
Provides critical services to people with autism and their families including school, after school programs,  residential rehabilitation programs and group homes.

65-00419
Queens Center for Progress
Provides the developmentally disabled with therapy, education, job training and placement, day programs, service coordination and housing.

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65-00264
Reach Out and Read of Greater New York
Pediatricians give books to young children at check ups and explain to parents the importance of reading aloud, emphasizing literacy as a component of basic health.

65-00420
Rehabilitation Institute, Inc.
Programs include day habs, pre-vocation, transition to work, vocational training, and placement services for individuals with disabilities.

65-00421
Residential Experience in Adult Living, Inc., Project Real
Provides residential services including group homes and independent apartment living for Nassau County adults with primary psychiatric diagnosis.

65-00265
Response of Suffolk County
Provides 24-hr, crisis intervention, suicide prevention and information and referral hotline, and offers adolescent suicide prevention workshops to Suffolk schools.

65-00266
Retreat, Inc.
Provides safety, shelter, and support for victims of domestic abuse and to break the cycle of family violence.

65-00422
Ride for Life, Inc.
Raises public awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, assists research in finding a cure, supports ALS patients and their families.

65-00268
Ronald McDonald House of Long Island
A home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children who are receiving medical care at local hospitals.

65-00423
Rosa Lee Young Childhood Center
Full-day, full-year education and child care for children between 18 months old and kindergarten age. Offers after school, school holidays, and summer programs for children between grades 1-5.

65-00382

Rosalind and Joseph Gurwin Jewish Geriatric Center
A non-profit 460 bed long-term/short-term care and rehabilitation facility offering ventilator dependent care, hospice, an adult day-health program, home health care, and an assisted living community.

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65-00270

Salvation Army
Provides direct family assistance in the areas of emergency food, clothing and shelter and offers programs for youth and seniors at CORPS Office locations.

65-00443
Salvation Army of Greater New York
Operates community centers, adult rehabilitation center, veterans residences, emergency disaster services, therapeutic foster care, youth camping, and day care, throughout Nassau and Suffolk.

65-00272
Scenic Hudson
Preserves landscapes, creates public parks, reclaims waterfronts, fosters community planning, improves air and water quality, and promotes environmental awareness and access to the Hudson River.

65-00274
Selden/Centereach Youth Association
Offers a wide array of services to the residents of the Middle County Central School District; most services are provided free of charge to residents.

65-00424
Self Initiated Living Options, Inc.
Works with community change and advocates for people with disabilities; works with the community at large in an effort to modify the environment; accesses legal, programmatic, civil, social and economic rights for individuals.

65-00275
Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.
Provides nursing, home care, housekeeping, and personal care services.

65-00276
Senses Education Fund
A statewide coalition of human service, labor, and religious groups committed to ending poverty; provides training, technical assistance, and policy analysis on healthcare, housing, income security, public policy, economic development and nutrition.

65-00464
Shelter Connection Inc.
Increase adoptions, quality of life, and medical needs for sheltered dogs.

65-00425
Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center, Inc.
Provides an array of human resources, social services, and recreational programs including employment and training services and services for individuals with disabilities.

65-00277
SIDS Alliance Long Island Affiliate
Voluntnary health organization uniting parents, caregivers and researchers with government, business and community services.

65-00278
Skills Unlimited, Inc.
Provides vocational training, sheltered employment, supported employment, and social adjustment services to disabled clients.

65-00279
Small Wonders Child Care Center, Inc.
Provides quality, affordable childcare for children ages 8 weeks to 5 years.

65-00280

Smith Haven Ministries
An interfaith organization serving families and children by providing food, shelter, counseling, advocacy, summer camp programs, and heating.

65-00426
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Diocese of Rockville Center
Assists the poor with material aid, emotional support, and spiritual comfort.

65-00282
Solar Electric Light Fund
Brings solar power to rural villages in developing countries, enhancing health, education, and micro-enterprise, while combating global warming.

65-00283
Songs of Love Foundation
Delivers healthcare relief to physically and mentally handicapped children.

65-00427
South Fork Community Health Initiative
Develops affordable healthcare programs and activities focused on primary care, healthy living, and preventative medicine as well as increased awareness to eliminate disparities in accessing health care.

65-00284
South Shore Child Guidance Center
An outpatient behavioral health agency agency for children aged 5 through 12 years. Crisis and emergency services for children are available.

65-00429
Southeast Nassau Guidance Center, Inc.
Provides outpatient mental health, alcoholism, and drug abuse treatment services to adults, adolescents, children, and families.

65-00428
Southampton Hospital Association
A community hospital providing a full range of acute care, ambulatory, diagnostic, rehabilitative, and chronic care services.

65-00430
Southside Hospital
Community hospital providing a full range of acute care, ambulatory, brain injury, diagnostic, home health care, rehabilitative and chronic care services.

65-00431
St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center
A community-based, 311-bed hospital, 240-bed nursing home, and 298-unit senior living center. Offers a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic programs on both an inpatient and outpatient basis.

65-00433
St. Charles Hospital Foundation
Focuses on maternity, orthopedics, and rehabilitation including comprehensive outpatient services for children and adults with disabilities.

65-00434
St. Francis Hospital Foundation
Provides programs and services for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and research of cardiac disease and noncardiac diseases.

65-00286
St. John's Bread & Life, Inc.
Provides emergency food in Brooklyn in addition to offering a broad spectrum of social services for the poor.

65-00432
St. Mary's Foundation for Children

65-00435
Stephanie Joyce Kahn Foundation, Inc.
Produces and distributes audio recordings (talking libraries) to hospital and nursing home patients and homebound individuals who are unable to read in the conventional manner.

65-00290
Stony Brook Child Care Services, Inc.
Maintains a sliding fee scale to provide high quality childcare to university students and staff.

65-00291

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Alliance
Provides education for caregivers to reduce SIDS risk; bereavement services for SIDS families; funds research into causes.

65-00292
Suffolk Community College Association Campus Kids Childcare Center
Campus Kids is a child care center at the college that provides services for parents so they may attend school.

65-00294
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Empowers victims of domestic violence through provision of a wide range of services and works toward the prevention of domestic violence.

65-00438
Suffolk County Girl Scout Council, Inc.
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

65-00296
Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
A humane society that investigates reports of animal cruelty and neglect; offers rabies clinics, spay/neuter programs, disaster relief for animals, educational programs, and elder service support.

65-00298
Suffolk Independent Living Organization (SILO)
Advocates for people with disabilities; works with communities in an effort to modify the environment. Accesses legal, programmatic, civil, social, and economic rights for individuals.

65-00441
Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center, Inc.
Provides a comprehensive arrary of human resource, social service, and recreational programs to people of all ages including day care programs and services for individuals with disabilities.

65-00299
SUNY Farmingdale Child Care
Provides a happy/safe environment, encourages independence in children with, social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and cognitive growth of each child.

65-00458
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. Greater New York City Affiliate
Offers life-saving research and community health programs.

65-00300
Sustainable Long Island
Works with residents in distressed communities and provides resources.

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65-00304
Thursday's Child
Provides independent supportive housing and direct assistance to Suffolk County residents living with HIV/AIDS.

65-00305
Time for Teens
Dedicated to providing teenagers a healing, creative environment following the loss of a loved one.

65-00306
Timothy Hill Children's Ranch, Inc.
Provides alternative living arrangements for boys who cannot live in their own homes.

65-00307
Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc.
Provides information, referral, professional education, direct services, and medical and scientific research for people with Tourette Syndrome, a handicapping neurobiological movement disorder.

65-00309
Transitional Services of New York for Long Island

Operates housing and support for mentally ill adults, permanent housing and case management services for homeless, mentally ill individuals, and families.

65-00310
Transportation Alternatives, Inc.
New York City citizens group working for bicycling, walking and sensible transportation, and fewer cars.

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65-00444
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Suffolk

Provides education, day treatment, vocational rehabilitation, residential, medical, dental, mental health, sports, recreation and therapeutic programs and services to individuals with disabilities throughout Suffolk County.

65-00313
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County
Provides therapeutic programs and services to individuals with disabilities throughout Nassau County.

65-00314
United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Inc.
Sustains 100 health, human services, education, and community agencies, and helps millions in New York, in Israel, and sixty other countries.

65-00317
United States Association of Blind Athletes
Provides athlete training and educational programs.

65-00318
United Way of Long Island
Helps improve access to healthcare, reduce, hunger, support children and youth, and assist our neighbors in need on Long Island.

65-00319
University Hospital Auxiliary
Renders service to University Hospital and its patients to assist in promoting the health and welfare of the community.

65-00445
Urban League of Long Island, Inc.
Provides employment counseling, referral, student career exploration, academic enrichment, senior services, and parent development services.

65-00320
USO of Metropolitan New York
Supports the troops by providing morale, welfare, and recreation services to our men and women in uniform.

65-00456
USO of Metropolitan New York
Supports the troops by providing morale, welfare, and recreation services to our men and women in uniform.

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65-00447
Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk, Inc.
Family violence and rape crisis center provides counseling and advocacy to victims and outreach preventive services to the community.

65-00322
Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation
Co-founder and coordinator of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize-winning global landmine campaign. Operates international rehabilitation clinics, landmine awareness programs and conducts mine impact surveys.

65-00323
Visiting Nurse Association of Long Island, Inc.
A free-standing, not-for-profit, JCAHO accredited, home healthcare agency providing services to the communities of Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens counties.

65-00324
Visiting Nurse Service & Hospice of Suffolk, Inc.
A non-profit home healthcare and hospice agency; provides nursing, physical, speech, occupational therapy, wound care, home health aide care, medical social work, in-home hospice care and inpatient hospice.

65-00325
Volunteer Eye Surgeons International

65-00326
Volunteers For Wildlife

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65-00328
Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, Inc.
Provides rehabilitation to sick and injured wildlife and public education to the factors that threaten its abundance and diversity.

65-00448
Winthrop-University Hospital
A 591-bed teaching hospital that provides excellent healthcare delivered by an outstanding medical staff using the most sophisticated technology in an exceptional environment for healing.

65-00329
Woodward Mental Health Center
The Woodward Children's Center fundraiser events support the children's program, special events, and school trips.

65-00331
World Federation for Mental Health
Works to prevent mental illness, ensure proper treatment of those suffering from mental distress, and promote mental health for people all over the world.

65-00332
World Learning and the Experimental International Living
The only nonprofit international education organization with both academic and project capabilities dedicated to promoting international education, social justice, and world peace.

65-00334
Wyandanch Homes & Property Development Corporation
Builds housing for homeless families and provides supportive services to empower homeless families to become economically self-sufficient.

65-00335
Wyandanch Youth Services, Inc.
Programs include We Care (after-school), Alternatives, Summer Camp, and Special Events, etc.

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65-00337
Young Adult Institute, Inc. YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities
Provides direct services for people with developmental disabilities, including group homes, early intervention, preschool, employment services, healthcare, family support, camping, and travel.

65-00449
Young Men's Christian Association of Long Island
Community-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults, and families through programs that build mental, emotional, and physical health.

65-00450
Youth & Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay-East Norwich
Community-based organization providing substance abuse treatment, supportive counseling, crisis intervention, psychiatric services, emergency assistance, information and referral, early childhood enrichment, and adolescent summer recreation.

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