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Leadership News at Long Island’s Community Foundation
The Long Island Community Foundation has appointed a new chair and vice chair of its Board of Advisors.

A Sad Farewell to LICF Emeritus Board Member Joan R. Saltzman
The board of directors and staff of the Long Island Community Foundation are deeply saddened by the passing of Joan R. Saltzman. Joan died on Saturday, February 9th. She was 99 years old.

Remembering Erwin P. Staller
On February 11, 2019, the Long Island Community Foundation lost a dear friend, donor, and champion, Erwin P. Staller.

LICF Grants $50,000 to Catholic Health Services of Long Island
We recently granted $50,000 to Catholic Health Services of Long Island for their diabetes outreach program at St. Francis Hospital.

Op-ed in Crains: From our president Lorie A. Slutsky
Op-ed in Crain’s: “Without state investment, New York will fail to achieve an accurate count, an outcome that would have disastrous consequences for our state.”

Long Island’s Community Foundation Announces $579,000 in Final Round of Grants for 2018
The Long Island Community Foundation is giving $579,000 to help 25 nonprofit groups across the Island - bringing this year's total to nearly $1.5 million granted through it's competitive grants program.

Tips for Year-End Giving
Now is a great time forgiving. When you make a donation by December 31 to the Long Island Community Foundation, you aren’t just giving money—you’re making a difference in your own backyard. Here are 10 ways to make the most of your year-end giving.

Our next edition of Investing in Change Newsletter is here!
Read how we are empowering civic engagement, helping to ensure every Long Islander is counted for Census 2020, and much more!

Long Island’s Community Foundation Announces $336,500 in Grants
In its second round of grants this year, the Long Island Community Foundation recently provided $336,500 in funding to help nonprofit groups across the Island­—bringing this year’s total to more than half a million dollars given through LICF’s competitive grants program.

CCFE releases Independent Test Results in a report funded by LICF
1,4 Dioxane is secretly lurking in our everyday products, causing unwanted and unnecessary exposure to our families and contamination to our drinking and coastal waters.

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