Long Island Community Foundation



In 1978 The New York Community Trust, the Nation's largest community foundation, established a Long Island division to provide Nassau and Suffolk County residents with an economical alternative to a private foundation or a commercial gift fund.

Like the other 650 community foundations around the country, the LICF offers a dual service: for donors, an efficient and hassle-free way of giving; and for the region, a philanthropic institution to support and assist the nonprofit community.



    

Recent News from Long Island Community Foundation


The 2023 Nonprofit Power 100 - City & State New York
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation, New York Community Trust, Westchester Community Foundation

Recently, Gov. Kathy Hochul appointed Ho to the Contracting Advisory Committee, where he consults on matters of nonprofit fund management and...more

North Shore Animal League teams up with National Mill Dog Rescue to save 50 ... - CBS News
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation

... collaboration between North Shore Animal League and National Mill Dog Rescue, funded by a grant from the Long Island Community...more

Long Island Community Foundation Gives $937,500 In Grants To 34 Nonprofits
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation

The Long Island Community Foundation awarded $937,500 in grants to 34 nonprofit organizations this week, bringing the total given to Long Island groups this year to more than $3.3 million. The...more

Nonprofits get $900G in grant funding from Long Island Community Foundation | Newsday
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation, New York Community Trust

The foundation, a philanthropic organization that is a division of the New York Community Trust, said the grants of $896,180 bring the...more

How Philanthropy Can Help Rebuild Main Street for a Post-COVID World
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation, Rauch Foundation

For decades, suburban malls and online shopping had drawn customers away from the beating heart of communities — the shops where residents once congregated, conversed, and consumed. A recent study...more

Despite recent wet weather, lawn irrigation still threatens water supply
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation

The water district has collaborated with Peconic Green Growth and the Long Island Community Foundation on a pamphlet to inform residents...more

2021 City Of Cambridge Scholarship Recipients Announced
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation

We especially want to thank Northern Trust, The Long Island Community Foundation, the Bruce Foundation, and the Estate of Elizabeth Burren...more

$75K Grant Awarded To East End Angels Helping Vulnerable
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation

The Long Island Community Foundation announced this week that with a contribution by the Yurman Family Foundation to the COVID-19 Long...more



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