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Peace Promoter $100+
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Champion of Hope $5,000+
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What People are Saying
Whether the issue is poverty, food insecurity and hunger, the rights of immigrants, or advocating for sound and intelligent social policies, we rely upon our strong and collaborative relationship with the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island to achieve much of our mission. They are great partners with the regional food bank, and we value the work we do together.
CEO, Long Island Cares
During this time of uncertainty and fear in the Latino community on Long Island, HWCLI’s leadership and commitment to all of our Long Island neighbors has been unwavering and necessary. I applaud HWCLI in bringing critical conversations on race, ethnicity, and equity to the non-profit community.
CEO, Hispanic Counseling Center
Join us in creating a future for Long Island in which everyone has an equal opportunity to prosper and thrive.
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Established in 1947, the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) is a regional, nonprofit umbrella organization for health and human service providers. We are dedicated to improving the lives of Long Island’s most vulnerable residents by responding to their needs through the promotion and development of public policies and direct services.
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