Ernie Cervi and Mary Slattery present a check for $5,000 to All For The East End to help address the very real crisis of food instability on Long Island’s East End. Claudia Pilato, AFTEE board president said, “People look at the East End as beautiful and affluent,” Claudia Pilato, AFTEE board president said. “While it is both of those things, it is also a year-round community with the same challenges as any community. Food Instability became very apparent during the pandemic and continues today with high numbers of families in need, especially with inflation and gas prices. This Gift from Corcoran Cares is an important step in helping our local pantries provide food to families in need.”
Recently, Dan’s Paper’s also donated $2500 from the proceeds of its summer events to support AFTEE and its initiatives.
Marit Molin, director of Hamptons Art Camp and Outreach, is providing communities in need in the wealthy town during the pandemic thanks in part to a grant from our AFTEE – Feed the Need Campaign! See it on GMA, here.
June is always a busy month for Hamptons Art Camp & Outreach. proud to be doing this work together.
Over these past few weeks, your generous donations have enabled them to:
Donors to the fund aim to have an efficient and expedited review process so that recipient organizations receive funds in a timely fashion.
There are no grant applications being accepted at this time.