"Over the years, LIREG has been very supportive of our projects. They helped us establish Long Island's first air ambulance helipad, a life-saving addition to our trauma care. And they recently helped us refurbish the neonatal ICU at North Shore University Hospital, creating a more pleasant and efficient environment for parents to stay with their newborns undergoing critical care."
Kenneth J. McMillan, Senior Director of Development
Northwell Health Foundation

Nonprofit Northwell Health Foundation supports the mission of Northwell Health, a health care network of 21 hospitals and more than 550 outpatient practices that touch more than 2 million people in and beyond metro New York.

"LIREG contributed to the phase two restoration of our historic building, by providing a grant to repave our old, cracked driveway. Thanks to LIREG, our indoor recreation space is now completely accessible for kids with disabilities or balance issues."
Maureen A. Fox, Vice President External Relations and Communications
Little Flower Children and Family Services of NY

Since 1930, Little Flower has improved the lives of children, families and individuals with developmental disabilities across NYC and Long Island. Its services include foster boarding home care, residential treatment care and, where appropriate, adoption as well as services for adults with developmental disabilities.

"LIREG's donation set the stage for one of the most popular and unique exhibits in our DNA Learning Center: Otzi the iceman. Most of our supporters want to fund research or one of our scientists. It's so helpful for us that LIREG directs their funds to bricks and mortar projects."
Karen Orzel, Director of Development
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories

LIREG donated funds to refurbish the exhibit space for one of only two 3D replicas in the U.S. of Otzi, the mummified remains of a 5,300-year-old man found in the Alps. Founded in 1988, Cold Spring Harbor’s DNA Learning Center is the world’s first science center devoted entirely to public education of elementary and high school students in genetics and disease risk.

"Our programs give children who have received a cancer diagnosis back their childhood. We're very appreciative of the tremendous support we've received from LIREG as an organization, as well as from individual members."
Beth Fetner, Senior VP of Agency Development
Sunrise Day Camp

Sunrise Camps are the world’s only dedicated day camps for children with cancer and their siblings, provided free of charge. LIREG donated to $100,000 to expand the Long Island camp with an Arts & Crafts Shack, Musical Garden and 8,000-square-foot Pavilion that provides much-needed space for indoor and rainy-day activities.

"Everyone's so pleased with our bright, beautiful new Learning Studio, made possible by LIREG. It enables us to provide more programming and our visitors and staff are much more satisfied when they use the space."
Suzanne Leblanc, President and Executive Director
Long Island Children's Museum

LIREG’s donation of $35,000 enabled the complete renovation of the Museum’s Early Childhood Learning Studio, used for pre- school groups, kindergarten readiness programs and reading, art, cooking, and music and movement workshops for families with young children..