Articles Tagged ‘Charity’

Reports: Michelle Obama to Release Book

Every First Lady has tried to make a difference in their own way as the president manages the country and issues surrounding the world. For…



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Long Island Football Player to Break World Record

Long Island native and arena football kicker, Craig Pinto, will be kick field goals for 12 straight hours on October 10, for two reasons—to set…



For Whom The Bell Tolls

The Kay family used to be the ones who volunteered to wrap and deliver gifts for needy families. But the couple from Holtsville found Long Island to be too expensive to raise their two young children after Mr. Kay was laid off from his Nassau County job and Mrs. Kay was diagnosed with rectal cancer. They packed up and moved south, to the sunny promise of better days in Florida. Once there, the cruel hand of fate dealt them another blow, and a housing scam brought them to their knees. Now, they are back on LI, they had to sell most of their belongings to afford an apartment in Shirley and need help themselves.



Pat Benatar Joins LI Cares

When she was a young artist first making her way in the music industry, Lindenhurst native Pat Benatar had a chance encounter with the late…



Liz Giordano

Linda was just 18 years old and working at a local fast food restaurant when a construction worker’s high-powered nail gun accidentally dislodged a nail that went through an adjoining wall, pierced her skull and damaged her brain.

Injury to the brain can result in physical, cognitive and behavioral changes that can require short term to lifelong treatment.