ANNUAL REpORT - United Way of Long Island

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ANNUAL REpORT - United Way of Long Island
Annual Report to the Community
annual report
Message from board chair and
president & CEO
As we witness the recent
natural disasters occurring
around the world, we are
reminded of how we, as
individuals, can address
the needs of people in
such circumstances. It also
brings to mind what we are
doing at United Way of Long
Island in support of our
neighbors in need. United
Way fosters the link that we
all share and gives each of
us an opportunity to make a
difference. Last year, your
support enabled United
Way to distribute more than
$15.3 million in support of
our 113 agency partners
and our community impact
initiatives that care for the
most vulnerable among us.
A Year in Review for United Way of Long Island Donors and Community Partners
Education
Each year, nearly 10,000 Long Island students do not
graduate from high school. Many of Long Island’s
children and youth face challenges such as being from
low-income families, living in foster care or facing
homelessness—all of which can contribute to a lack
of family stability and an unsuccessful educational
experience.
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United Way works diligently to support the building
blocks of better lives and stronger communities: a
quality education that leads to a stable job; enough
income to support a family through retirement; and
good health. Locally, this means:
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More than 140 Westbury middle-school students
participated in essential academic tutoring
and skills enrichment activities to help them
succeed in school through our Community
Schools Project.
Over 300 displaced Long Island workers received
“green-building” training through United Way’s
state-of-the-art E3 Career Training Center. This
will allow them to increase their income potential
and gain employment in the high growth, highdemand “green” building industry.
More than 1,200 families from Nassau and
Suffolk counties did not have to choose between
heating their homes and putting food on their
tables, thanks to Project Warmth.
The owners and operators of nearly 300 special
needs housing units will save tens of thousands
of dollars in energy costs thanks to the energy
audits and weatherization efficiency upgrade
measures installed by our industry-leading
Weatherization team.
Throughout 2011, we look forward to building on our
Income platform to help put Long Islanders back to
work, and helping our youth to succeed in school and
in life. We are proud of our successes, but could not
achieve it without your dedication and commitment
to our mission. Together, we can create a brighter,
more promising future for our region and continue to
impact the lives of Long Islanders.
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Through the generous support of the JPMorgan
Chase Foundation, United Way of Long Island’s
Community Schools Project offers unique services
designed to improve the educational outcomes of
disadvantaged students. Last year, 142 students
were enrolled in the Community Schools Project
in Westbury, a supervised after-school program
where students get homework help, participate in
physical activities, explore new skills and talents,
prepare for careers, and develop relationships with
peers and adults. An additional Community School
Project is operated in Brentwood by Family Service
League.
With an estimated 165,000 Long Islanders living below
the federal poverty level, families and individuals are
struggling to make ends meet. Together, United Way and
its community partners are working to respond to people
in crisis, create opportunities for individuals and families
to access and maintain housing and ensure financial
stability that leads to long-term independence.
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The Project Warmth Emergency Fuel Fund provided
$525,073 in energy assistance to 1,370 families,
consisting of 4,202 household members, with
an average grant of $395. Since its inception in
1995, Project Warmth has assisted 21,393 families
– 68,900 Long Islanders – by providing $4,886,429
in emergency aid.
YouthBuild Long Island graduated twenty-five
students who successfully completed a rigorous
academic and pre-apprenticeship green training
curriculum.
• 72% achieved their General Equivalency
Diploma (GED), 96% received an occupational
credential (PACT, NCCER, RESNET, BPI, OSHA
and others), 85% gained employment upon
completion and 28% entered post-secondary
education and training.
Under United Way’s Weatherization Assistance
Program, the “Green Team” performed energy audits
and installed weatherization measures for 298
units of special needs housing. This represents 120
homes—15 of which are owned/operated by not-forprofit providers. In total, 840 individuals benefited
from this service and United Way exceeded the 2010
production goal by 10%.
Three hundred participants enrolled in a 6-week
training curriculum through United Way’s Green
Academy and Green Job Corps. that included training
in building science, weatherization, and emphasis
on diagnostics and standard construction.
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United Way provided home modifications and
accessibility alterations to 63 homes on Long Island
through its Access to Home program, enabling
persons with disabilities and seniors to remain or
return to their own homes.
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The RESTORE program, which pays for the cost
of emergency repairs to eliminate hazardous
conditions in homes owned by seniors, serviced
19 homes in Nassau County, providing $118,985 in
repairs; and 26 homes in Suffolk County, providing
$141,642 in repairs.
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Nassau County was granted $695,495 from the
National Emergency Food and Shelter Program to
provide assistance for food, utilities and shelter to
individuals and families in emergency situations.
The New York State Set-Aside Committee awarded
Suffolk County $573,754 to fill the gap created by
federal budget reductions.
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Since 1993, 122 homes have been developed for lowincome residents living with HIV/AIDS (or related
diseases) and their families through the federallyfunded Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS
(HOPWA) program. Of these homes, 93 continue to
operate, serving 172 individuals. Additional homes
are planned for development in 2011.
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United Way supports 24 community-based agencies
that work to promote workforce development,
financial stability, housing and childcare options
for Long Island families.
Cummulatively, United Way supports 43 nonprofit
agencies that work to keep kids on track and
improve graduation rates.
Income
Robert Andrew Wild
Chairman of the Board
Theresa A. Regnante
President & CEO
United Way awarded 18 scholarships in academics,
enrichment and community service to youth in
financial need, grades 7 – 12, through its DREAMS
for Youth Scholarship Program totaling $60,300.
Since its inception in 2002, United Way of Long
Island has awarded a total of 192 DREAMS for Youth
scholarships and/or grants totaling $535,000.
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Health
More than 250,000 Long Islanders are either medically
underserved or do not have health insurance. This
leads to a burden on families, health care facilities and
communities as chronic illness and dependence on
emergency care increase.
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Through United Way’s HIV/AIDS Grants Management
Division, 1,978 individuals with HIV/AIDS on Long
Island received critical services that enabled them
to access and remain in medical care. Over 4,700
service visits were provided to individuals living
with HIV/AIDS including, medical case management,
mental health services, substance abuse services,
medical nutrition therapy, transportation and legal
assistance.
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The FamilyWize Prescription Discount Program,
which lowers the cost of medicine for people
without health insurance or who are in need of
medications not covered by their insurance plan,
had 3,923 claims submitted in Nassau county,
saving residents $75,769. Suffolk County had 13,300
claims submitted, saving residents $341,196 in
prescription costs through December 2010.
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United Way supports 59 health-oriented agencies
that work to provide both a healthy start and
healthy living options for Long Island’s children and
families.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Volunteers Make a Difference
At United Way of Long Island, our volunteers are
a vital part of the team, working to advance the
common good on Long Island. In today’s busy world,
the time and talents that volunteers donate to help
our neighbors in need are more valuable than ever
before. Visit our web site at www.unitedwayli.org
to see how United Way volunteers are making a
difference in our community.
Anuual Report to the Community
Statement of Financial Position
Assets
June 30, 2010 June 30, 2009
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments, at market
Pledges and other receivables, net of allowance
Due from United Way of Tri-State
$1,197,316
$919,180
309,537
281,364
3,562,056
3,683,895
7,166
30,296
Prepaid expenses
26,747
26,220
Other assets, net
212,380
204,853
2009-10 United Way of Long Island
Board of Directors
Total current assets
5,315,202
5,145,808
Fixed assets, net
3,801,775
3,927,137
Robert Andrew Wild, Chairman*
Total assets
$9.116,977
$9,072,945
$79,748
$75,792
2,441
2,320
Chairman
Garfunkel Wild, P.C.
Theresa Ahlstrom
Managing Partner
KPMG
William Akley
SVP Operations & Construction, US Gas Distribution
National Grid
Camilla Belser (deceased)
Mercants Insurance Group
Adam Blank
Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Sleepy’s, Inc.
David Calone
President
Jove Equity Partners, LLC
John J. Corrado, Chair Elect*
President
Suffolk Transportation Service, Inc.
Liabilities and Net Assets
Current Liabilities
Current portion of bond payable
Current portion of promissory note payable
Current portion of capital lease obligation
41,194
37,960
1,268,235
807,288
Approved allocations payable to agencies
932,859
1,065,259
Donor designations payable
360,411
795,555
Accrued pension expense
448,835
443,593
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
Deferred income
Total current liabilities
498,984
514,970
3,632,707
3,742,737
2,835,619
2,915,368
Long Term Liabilities
Bond payable
Promissory note payable
90,433
92,873
Capital lease obligations payable
57,688
98,882
Total long-term liabilities
2,983,740
3,107,123
Total liabilities
6,616,447
6,849,860
1,404,468
1,073,288
Board designated
784,951
794,241
Temporarily restricted
124,135
177,184
Matthew Dapolito*
Partner
Condon O’Meara McGinty & Donnelly LLP
Net Assets
Robert Detor
Undesignated
President & CEO
The Long Island Home
Richard R. Dina, DSW*
Long Island Center for Nonprofit Leadership
John Durso, First Vice Chair*
President
RWDSU/UFCW Local 338
Eric Eversley, Ed.D.
Mark Fasciano
President & CEO
Karma 411
Paul Fleishman*
Vice President, Public Affairs
Newsday
John S.T. Gallagher
Thomas N. Gilmartin
Executive Vice President & Chief Lending Officer
Madison National Bank
Maria Grasso*
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Flushing Bank
Unrestricted
Permanently restricted
Total Net Assets
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
For the year ending June 30
Public support and revenue contributions
Long Island sources
Tri-State
Total funds raised
20,902,567
14,698,029
Amounts raised on behalf of others
(2,114,794)
(2,894,176)
Total contributions
18,787,773
11,803,853
Collection losses and operating expenses at the Tri-State level
(223,160)
(312,857)
Provision for estimated collection losses at the UWLI level
(932,256)
(905,123)
17,632,357
10,585,873
4,063
1,670
518,413
543,361
18,154,833
11,130,904
13,375,508
7,033,070
1,996,760
1,682,302
874,308
1,065,728
Administration
1,630,499
1,610,649
Total allocation and operating expense
17,877,388
11,319,749
Net contributions
Allocations and operating expenses
Program services
Senior Vice President Member Services
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
Allocations and contracts
Seth Ingall
Supporting and administrative services
Counsellor at Law
$7,970,915
2,316,717
Total public support and revenue
Daniel J. Keane, Esq.
$8,680,359
4,410,397
Katherine Heaviside, Secretary*
President, Long Island Market
Bank of America
June 30, 2010 June 30, 2009
1,766,686
Other
Robert A. Isaksen
$9,072,945
10,455,522
Interest
Regional Vice President
GEICO
$9,116,977
Government contracts
Tonio Burgos and Associates
Robert Hoppenstedt
178,372
2,223,085
Statement of Activities
Christopher M. Hahn
President
Epoch 5 Public Relations
186,976
2,500,530
Other
Fund Raising
Increase in net assets
Net assets at beginning of year
Net assets at end of year
277,445
(260,845)
2,223,085
2,483,930
$2,500,530
$2,223,085
Annual Report to the Community 3
Community Impact on Long Island
Our experience tells us that the best way to help people is to bring communities together to tackle primary causes
of problems. Each year, United Way of Long Island partners with community leaders, businesses, labor unions,
government and nonprofits to advance the common good, by investing in and developing programs that address
Long Islanders’ critical needs in education, income/financial stability and health.
With help of generous donors, United Way of Long Island distributed more than $9.1 million in grants in support
of our agency partners and United Way’s Community Initiatives. United Way’s top workplace campaigns include
National Grid, GEICO, Newsday and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Visit www.unitedwayli.org to see more about
our supporters.
Corporate and Government Grants to United Way’s Community Impact Initiatives
Project Warmth Emergency Fuel Fund Grants
Blackman Plumbing
Shell
Caithness
Flushing Savings Bank
Hagedorn Fund
ICL Data/Lane Foundation
Iroquois Gas Transmission System
Island Transport
Mayrock Fund
National Grid
National Grid Foundation
NYS Assembly 1st Distric Marc Alessi
NYS Assembly 5th District Ginny Fields
NYS Assembly 6th District Philip Ramos
Northville
Oil Heat Comfort, Inc.
Petro and Meenan
Swezey Fuel
United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 7
Wachovia Foundation
YouthBuild Long Island
Project Warmth
LIPA
Douglas W. Kurz*
Nicholas LaMorte
President
CSEA, Long Island Region
Jim Morgo
Morgo Private Public Strategies, Inc.
Senior Access to Home
Dr. Yacov Shamash
HIV/AIDS Services: Ryan White Treatment
Modernization Act
Frank H. Shih, Ph.D.
New York State (NYS) Housing Trust Fund
Resource Services Administration
Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS
Executive Director
Long Island Community Foundation
Ellen Redmond
Director
IBEW Local 1049 Benefit Plans
William M. Savino, Immediate Past Chair*
Managing Partner
Rivkin Radler LLP
Vice President for Economic Development
Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Sciences
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Anthony Stupore, Treasurer*
Housing & Urban Development
Partner
Deloitte
DREAMS for Youth Scholarship Fund
Agency Executive Representatives
New York State Homes and Community Renewal
Anton Community Newspapers
Cox Radio
Karma 411
Long Island Radio Group
Newsday
President & CEO
New York Power Authority
David Okorn
Weatherization Assistance Program
Media
Richard Kessel
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Department of Justice Congressman Steve Israel
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Byron T. and Ruth D. Miller Scholarship Fund
Citizens Bank
Citi
MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc.
Office of Nassau County District Attorney, Kathleen Rice
TD Bank
NY Community Bank Foundation
Dreams R Us Foundation
In Kind Support
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kathy Rosenthal
Vice President of Long Island Operations
FEGS Health & Human Services System
Karen Boorshtein*
President & CEO
Family Service League
Adrian Fasset
Executive Director
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk
* Denotes Board Executive Committee members
United Way of Long Island
MANAGEMENT TEAM
Theresa A. Regnante
President & CEO
Georgette Beal
Senior Vice President
HIV/AIDS Grants Management
Michael Cooney
Senior Vice President
Resource Development
Craig Fligstein
Vice President
Community Impact, Program/Grant Development
Sandra Mahoney
Vice President
Community Impact, Education
Julie Robinson-Tingue
Vice President
Marketing & Communications
James Sands
Chief Financial Officer
Barbara Travis
Vice President
Leadership Development and Donor Development
Rick Wertheim
Senior Vice President
Housing and Green Initiatives
2010 Report to the Community 7
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NON PROFIT PARTNERS
EDUCATION
KEEPING KIDS ON TRACK
Adelante of Suffolk County
Ascent School
American Red Cross, Nassau Chapter
Association for Children with Down Syndrome
Bellport Boys & Girls Club
Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk Council
Boy Scouts of America, Theodore Roosevelt Council
Building Blocks Day Care Center
Circulo de la Hispanidad
Colonial Youth & Family Services
COPAY
Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau
Family & Children’s Association
Family Service League of Suffolk County
Federation of Organizations/Foster
Grandparent Program
La Fuerza Unida de Glen Cove
Girl Scouts, Nassau Council
Girl Scouts, Suffolk Council
Hicksville Youth Council
Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre
Littig House Community Center
Long Beach Martin Luther King Center
Long Beach Reach
Open Door Parent-Child Caring Center
Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center
Suffolk Independent Living Organization (SILO)
Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch
Urban League of Long Island
Variety Child Learning Center
Woodward Children’s Center
Wyandanch Youth Services
PROMOTING SCHOOL SUCCESS
Association for the Help of Retarded Children, Suffolk
Developmental Disabilities Institute
East Hampton Day Care Center
Hi-Hello Child Day Center
Long Island Child & Family
Development Services
Mid Island Y Jewish Community Center
North Amityville Community Economic Council
Parent-Child Home Program
Port Washington Children’s Center
Rosa Lee Young Childhood Center
SNAP Long Island (Building Skills, Networks,
Assets and Programs for Youth and Families)
Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center
INCOME
FINANCIAL STABILITY
AHRC, Nassau
Community Development Corporation of LI
Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center
Health & Welfare Council of Long Island
JCC of the Greater Five Towns
Mental Health Association of Nassau County
The Rehabilitation Institute
The Retreat
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Annual Report to the Community
2010 United Way of Long Island Leadership Givers
United Way of Long Island extends its gratitude to the 2010 Leadership Givers who contributed $2,500 and above.
Last year, thousands of Long Islanders took community investing to the next level to become Leadership Givers,
and set an outstanding example to others in our community.
Ordre de Fraternite
$75,000 to $99,999
• Frederick D. Schaufeld
Scholarship Fund
• Dreams R’ Us Foundation
• Robert Catell
Ordre de Eqalite
$50,000 to $74,999
• A Friend of United Way
Ordre de Liberte
$25,000-$49,999
• John Corrado
• Horace and Amy
Hagedorn Fund
• Randi & Clifford
Lane Foundation
• John Corr
Membres de las Societe
$10,000 to $24,999
• Mark and Pattie Glod
• Ruth & Bryan T. Miller
Scholarship Fund
• Richard F. Mahoney
• Malva Rabinowitz and
Steve Abrams
• John and Mary Frances Jeffrey
• Maria and George Simeone
• Joseph J Fennessy
• Daniel J. Miele
• Veronica Renken
• Doreen Down
Miller Foundation
• Kissinger Family Foundation
• Richard Rapp
• Steven Schector
• Robert and Judy Wild
Gold Pillar
$5,000 to $7,499
• David Jensen
• Gail and Robert Schmidt
• Lynn and Trevor Gee
• Laurie Olson and Maria Fasulo
• Marc Dieli
• Merrill Fliederbaum
• Jeffrey Frisch
• Theresa A. Regnante
• Robert Detor
• Thomas P. Shea
• Liz and Larry Rosenberg
• Bob DeBatto
• Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Arning
• Peter & Julie Fleming
• Ellen H. Auster
• Timothy and Donna Conlon
• Ken and Mary Cotty
• Frank Fumai
• Jay Linden
• Francesco Scattone
• Anthony and Carol Stupore
Silver Pillar
$2,500 to $4,999
• Seth Ingall
• Michael M. Oleske
• Jeffrey Hoops
• Thomas King
• Michael Bebon
• William & Elaine Akley
• Joseph M. Bennett
• Tony and Debbie Devincentis
• Brendan Sheehan
• Victor J. Tutino
• Patricia Lee
• Terence McCann
• William Savino
• Rimma Mogilevsky
• Suzanne Mayr
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Roy Hunt
Mitchell Leventhal
Stephen Kramer
Glenn Simmons
David Calone
Michael T. Barriere
Robert W. Dixon
Barbara Hoffhems
John Karen
Kenneth and Agnes Kirschner
Tom and Jean Rollauer
Randy Scalise
Catherine M. Gleason
Richard J. Taigue
Eileen (Dillon) Connell
Kevin Hogan
Michael J. Oliviero
Rod Curran
Maria Grasso
William Gross
Edward Keenan
Amy Marceau
John Pham
Michael J. Senken
Bill and Tina Brennan
Christopher and Eileen Cahill
Michael & Monica Cooney
Richard Cunniff
Mr. and Mrs. Randy DeYulio
The Dulik Family
Robert and Kathleen Fabio
Alicia and Peter Fitzgerald
Richard Gander
John V. Gibson
David Hall
Katherine Heaviside
Lynda Hullstrung
Michael B. Malloy
Abby & George O’Neill Trust
John and Renee Pope
Adam and Leslie Weisman
United Way of Long Island Hallmark Events
Thousands Participate in Inaugural Dress Down Day Event
More than 5,000 Long Islanders went casual and ‘dressed down’ in support of military families as part of United Way
of Long Island’s first LIVE UNITED Dress Down Day event. Over $60,000 was raised from the event, which benefited
military personnel (both active and reservists) and struggling families on Long Island. Bethpage Federal Credit
Union kicked off this effort by offering the shirts at the Jones Beach Air Show during Memorial Day Weekend and
was the largest participant, raising nearly $25,000. More than 50 companies participated including: Adelphi, Arrow
Exterminating, CA Technologies, The Office of U.S. Congressman Tim Bishop, Food Authority, Garfunkel Wild, PC,
Local 338 RWDSU, Long Island Radio Group, National Grid, Rivkin Radler, Suffolk Transportation Service, Teachers
Federal Credit Union, Telephonics, YMCA Long Island and more.
HOUSING
Bellport, Hagerman, East Patchogue Alliance
Catholic Charities
Habitat for Humanity
Housing Help
Long Island Housing Services
Nassau-Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless
Nassau-Suffolk Law Services Committee
Options for Community Living
Peconic Community Council
Wyandanch Homes & Property Development
Corporation
Employees of Utica National Insurance
Employees of Sbarro
Employees of CA Technologies demonstrated their
creativity on LIVE UNITED Dress Down Day
Employees of Suffolk Bus Corp.
CHILD CARE
American Red Cross, Suffolk Chapter
Child Care Council of Nassau
Child Care Council of Suffolk
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk
Harbor Day Care Center
Annual Report to the Community 5
United Way of Long Island Hallmark Events (continued)
45th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon
United Way of Long Island honored four corporate and community citizens at its 45th Anniversary Celebration
Luncheon. The event raised over $300,000 to benefit United Way’s Community Impact Fund, which supports
agencies and programs that directly address and assist those most at imminent risk in our communities.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. received the LIVE UNITED Corporate Leadership Award; IBEW Local 1049 received the
LIVE UNITED Advocate Award; Ronnie Renken of Garden City received the Elena M. Perez LIVE UNITED Volunteer
Leadership Award; and Freeport resident Ruth Dobrin Miller received the Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award.
All were recognized for their continued long-time support of United Way of Long Island, as well as their dedication
and commitment to helping Long Islanders to live better lives.
Members of United Way of Long Island’s 45th Anniversary
Celebration Luncheon Committee
Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award recipient and luncheon
sponsor Ruth Dobrin Miller & Rick Wertheim,
United Way of Long Island’s Senior Vice President of Housing
and Green Initiatives.
Ronnie Renken, Elena M. Perez LIVE UNITED Volunteer
Leadership Award recipient and luncheon sponsor, and Julie
Robinson-Tingue, United Way of Long Island’s Vice President
of Marketing and Communications.
Representatives from Star Gas/Meenan/Petro, luncheon
sponsor.
United Way of Long Island Annual Meeting
United Way of Long Island presented several Awards
of Excellence to its top partners at its year-end Annual
Board of Directors Meeting. These awards recognized
the dedication and commitment that individuals and
organizations demonstrated during the 2009-10
United Way of Long Island Campaign.
Photo: United Way’s President & CEO, Theresa Regnante,
presented awards to Chattar Sahni-Khanpuri, Jackie Lateef,
Charlotte Podolsky, Joe Domina and Matt Dapolito (not
shown), for their long-term volunteer efforts, as well as to
Robert B. Catell of StonyBrook University. United Way’s top
workplace campaigns included GEICO, IBEW Local 1049, JP
Morgan Chase Foundation, National Grid and UPS.
Long Island Capacity and Optimization Tank a Success
United Way of Long Island is grateful for the support provided
by Bank of America which made The Long Island Capacity and
Optimization Tank (LICOT) a reality in 2010. LICOT is the first
resource center of its kind on Long Island and is United Way of
Long Island’s commitment to strengthening the organizational
potential of nonprofit agencies at a time when significantly
less public, private and corporate resources are available to
improve the lives of those in need. Over the past year, United
Way, in conjunction with other partners such as Adelphi
University, pro bono experts and a volunteer committee of
nonprofit leaders from the community, embarked on a capacity
building mission to help bolster the human, technical and
financial needs of agencies to enable them to serve their clientele more effectively and efficiently.
The goal of LICOT in its first year was to have broad impact. As such, it focused on the following three areas of capacity
building support: Leading and Managing People, Increasing Nonprofit Capacities with New Tools and Technologies,
and Increasing the Strategic Use of Partnerships and New Organizational Structures.
LICOT houses two computers and conference space for use by nonprofits. The computers are equipped with access to
the Foundation Center’s on-line directory, as well as other resources like Guide Star. This resource room is available
to any nonprofit, free of charge.
Photo: United Way of Long Island CEO, Theresa Regnante, with Robert Isaksen, President and CEO — Long Island Market, Bank of
America, and Lorraine Aycock, Vice President , Community Relations Manager, Bank of America, Long Island.
NON PROFIT PARTNERS
HEALTH
HEALTHY LIVING
Adults & Children with Learning & Developmental
Disabilities
Angelo Melillo Center for Mental Health
Baldwin Community House
Barry & Florence Friedberg South Shore Y JCC
Cancer Care
Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services
Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect
Community Counseling Services of West Nassau
Concern for Independent Living
Dominican Sisters Family Health Services
Doubleday Babcock Senior Center
Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island
FEGS Health and Human Services System
Freeport Pride
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Haven House/Bridges
Helen Keller Services for the Blind
Hispanic Counseling Center
Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)
Labor Education & Community Services Agency
Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation
Long Island Association for AIDS Care
Long Island Cares
Long Island Crisis Center
Lutheran Family & Community Services
Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, LI Chapter
Pederson Krag Center
Port Counseling Center
Pronto of Long Island
Selfhelp Community Services
The Salvation Army
SJK Listening Therapy Program
Skills Unlimited
South Fork Community Health Initiative
Southeast Nassau Guidance Center
Suffolk Community Council
Suffolk Hearing & Speech Center
Transitional Services of New York for Long Island
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Suffolk
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County
Visiting Nurse Association of Long Island
Visiting Nurse Service & VNS Hospice of Suffolk
HEALTHY START
Education & Assistance Center (EAC)
Family Counseling Service
Hagedorn Little Village School
The Life’s WORC
Long Island Hearing & Speech Society
The Ministries
Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center
Peninsula Counseling Center
South Shore Child Guidance Center
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk
Y.M.C.A. of Long Island
YES Community Counseling Center
Youth & Family Counseling Agency of
Oyster Bay/East Norwich
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COMMITTEE RECOGNITION
Annual Report to the Community
Committee Recognition
AGENCY EXECUTIVES COUNCIL
FUND DISTRIBUTION
VOLUNTEERS
Kathy Rosenthal,President
Karen Amato *
F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services System
Jim Harnett, Vice President (deceased)
Family & Children’s Association
Karen Boorshtein, Secretary Family Service League of Suffolk County
MEMBERS
Diane Amarosa
American Red Cross, Suffolk County Chapter
KPMG
Alice Blanch
Gene Bernstein
Maurice Chaikin *
Mark Chernoff
Focus Financial Partners LLC
Mario Conde
Roberta Daniels
Jamie Bogenshutz
Mary D’Antonio
YES Community Counseling Center
SUNY Old Westbury
Laura Cassell
Matthew Dapolito *
Adrian Fassett
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk County
Lance Elder
EAC
Jon Feingold
Hagedorn Little Village School
Anita Fleishman Pederson-Krag Clinic
Yvonne Grant
Girl Scouts, Suffolk County Council
Vivian Hart
Pronto of Long Island
Mary Lou Jones
South Shore Child Guidance Center
Condon O’Meara McGinty &
Donnelly LLP
Nick DeFlorio
Joseph Domina
Eleanor Fapohunda
Farmingdale State University
Oluwafunmilayo Fapohunda
North Shore-LIJ at Southside
Hospital
Bob Farrell *
National Multiple-Sclerosis Society, LI Chapter
Darlene Mercieca
South Fork Community Health Initiative
David Nemiroff Mental Health Association of Nassau County
Sandy Oliva
Veronica Henry
Farmingdale State University
Florence Joyner
Suffolk Community Council
Laurie Kaye
Dave Richardson
Bruce King
Coalition Against Child Abuse and Neglect
Joe Smith
Long Beach Reach
Paul Vincent
The Salvation Army
Janet Walerstein
Child Care Council of Suffolk
Sarah Walzer
Parent-Child Home Program
Vacant
Peconic Community Council
* 2010 Membership
Mark Schmittzeh
Blackman
David Widmer
Long Island Radio Group
Gary Zanazzi
Swezey Fuel Corp
BOARD DEVELOPMENT
COMMITTEE
Douglas W. Kurz, Chair
Paul Fleishman
Newsday
Maria Grasso
FINANCE &
ADMINISTRATION
COMMITTEE
Robert Dixon
Carol Ann Hochbrueckner
Cindy Scott
Long Island Community
Foundation
Eugene Gelling *
Gwen O’Shea
Theodore Roosevelt Council, Boy Scouts of America
David Okorn
Louis Cassara
Jacqueline Lateef
Robert Murphy *
Fusco & Murphy LLP
Robert Dixon Associates
Matthew Dapolito
Condon O’Meara McGinty &
Donnelly LLP
Lance Elder
Education & Assistance Corp.
Robert Foster
Peter Kaplan
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Norman Meyer
Jim Morgo
Morgo Private Public
Strategies, Inc.
Paul Scollan, ESQ.
National Grid
Carol Musial
GEICO
Charlotte Podolsky
Community Volunteer
John Shea
Cox Radio, Inc. Long Island
Petro
GEICO
Patricia Hill Williams
Judy Pannullo
Ed Gomez
United Way of Long Island
Nassau Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
Paul Bryant, Jr
National Grid
Theresa Regnante
Sam Gross *
Katherine Heaviside
Long Island Business
News
Carol Furgueson
Deloitte
Options for Community
Living, Inc.
Joseph Calabrese
Epoch 5 Public Relations
Alyssa Gatta
Jennifer Baldwin
Newsday
Long Island Association for
AIDS Care (LIAAC)
Goldstein & Company LLP
Paul Fleishman
Kathleen Gobos
Katherine Heaviside
Flora Garsten
Community Volunteer
Northville Industries
Chris Farrell *
Victims Information Bureau
Wendy Abt
411 Karma
Gail Barouh, Ph.D.
US Power Generating Company
Nancy Gembitsky
Mark Fasciano
Epoch 5 Marketing Inc.
Flushing Bank
Pamela Johnston
Pam Mastrota
Kevin Rooney
Oil Heat Institute
Child Care Council of Nassau
Catholic Charities
PROJECT WARMTH
COMMITTEE
Richard Berman *
Ambrico & Conde
Jan Barbieri
* Accountants
Anthony Stupore
Deloitte
Dave Widmer
Long Island Radio Group
James Colson
Wendy Abt
Community Volunteer
Community Volunteer
Arthur Brown
Community Volunteer
Debra Brown
Center for Public Health
Education, Stony Brook
Champ Hallet
Community Volunteer
James Hollingsworth
Community Volunteer
EGC Group Advertising &
Marketing Services
Isa Zale
Jim Condron
Walk Radio
South Oaks Hospital
Letitia Hawkins
Community Volunteer
Christine Hunter
Kevin McHugh
South Brookhaven Health
Center
Community Volunteer
Catherine Martens
Community Volunteer
Community Volunteer
Maria McCue
SNAP Long Island
Kevin McHugh Co-chair
Michael Moore
Victoria Osk, Esq.
Nassau-Suffolk Law Services
Kenneth Quarles
Town Of Islip
Community Volunteer
Traci Shelton
Maria Mezzatesta Co-chair
Jane Sholkoff
FEGS Health and Human
Services System
Martine Michel-Toure
Nassau University
Medical Center
Michael Moore
Community Volunteer
Katelin Thomas
Suffolk Project for AIDS
Resource Coordination
(SPARC)
Edward Weingarten
Nassau County
Department of Health
Jackie Mazzeo, Chair
Yana Squeri *
Richard Greco
Barbara Martens
Laurie Bloom
Ernie Canadeo
Economic Opportunity
Council of Suffolk
North Shore University
Hospital
PLANNING COUNCIL
COMMITTEE
Vaughan Spilsbury
Adrian Fassett
Joseph McGowan, MD
Anton Community Newspaper
Rivkin Radler
New York State AIDS Institute
Planned Parenthood
Hudson Peconic
Angela S. Anton
Yanick Eveillard
Anthony Marmo
Ronnie Renken
Carol Slippen
Nancy Duncan
Community Volunteer
KPMG
Chattar Sahni-Khanpuri
Community Volunteer
Nassau County Department
of Health
Marie E. Leger Jean Wright
Humera Qazi *
Commissioner, Nassau
County Department of Health
NASSAU-SUFFOLK
HIV CARE NETWORK
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MARKETING &
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMITTEE
Maria TorroellaCarney, MD
Suffolk County Department
of Health Services
North Shore University
Hospital
Margaret Sukhram,
Ed.D., Vice Chair
SUNY Old Westbury
Community Volunteer
Nassau County Department of
Social Services
Sabina Steiner
Center for Public Health
Education Stony Brook
University
Katelin Thomas
Suffolk Project for AIDS
Resource Coordination
(SPARC)
James Tomarken, MD
Commissioner,
Suffolk County Dept of Health
Services
Kevin Urban
Community Volunteer
Michael Wade
Suffolk Project for AIDS
Resource Coordination
(SPARC)
Listings reflect sitting members
in 2010
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