The permanent theme for all future National Recovery Month observances is “Every Person, Every Family, Every Community.” This is not only a statement but a reminder of how we are all part of the journey to one’s recovery. With recovery comes a sense of pride of accomplishment, and it should…
In August of 2019, EAC Network’s Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) opened a satellite location in Riverhead, filling a growing need for family-oriented social services on the East End of Long Island. This extension of our core child advocacy program was born of a vision to better serve vulnerable children who were geographically isolated from…
EAC Network’s ambitious social services initiatives are made possible through charitable donations from generous Long Islanders. From dropping off clothes to online shopping to our planned giving program, there are a number of easy ways you can support our mission of helping at-risk members of your community.
Each February, millions of people come together to celebrate National Cancer Prevention Month to raise awareness about cancer and ways to safeguard health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), prevention is the most cost-effective and sustainable approach for regulating disease.
Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP possesses experienced workers compensation and social security disability attorneys, including Catherine M. Stanton, Esq., senior partner, who is head of the firm’s workers’ compensation department, and who is also an EAC Network Board Member. Cathy recently shared why she and her firm are so dedicated to giving back to the community and being a Community Partner.
Under the new tax bill, many itemized deductions were greatly reduced or completely eliminated. The deduction for charitable contributions is still intact, and the limitation increased to 60% of AGI, but with the loss of deductions and the increased standard deduction, many taxpayers will no longer itemize. That could mean a significant decrease in charitable giving.