COVID-19 Response Fund

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Our Family Support Services Are a Vital Lifeline to At-Risk New Yorkers

The COVID-19 pandemic presented many daunting challenges, including unemployment and financial insecurity, to at-risk families across Long Island and New York City. During these difficult times, EAC Network’s family support services and programs provided vital frontline assistance that made a major difference in the quality of life of many underserved members of our community.

Delivering Uninterrupted Assistance Despite COVID-19 Challenges

From face masks to social distancing, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many changes to daily life. But during these challenging times, New Yorkers in need have been able to count on EAC Network’s consistent service. As we approach the one-year mark since the pandemic began, the Community Re-Entry Assistance Network (CRAN), Meals on Wheels, and the rest of our innovative programs and services could benefit from your support. Join our mission to build a stronger community by contributing to our COVID-19 Response Fund.

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Meals on Wheels Delivers Food and Hope to Seniors

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t been easy for any of us. But for marginalized Nassau County senior citizens, it has been a particularly challenging time. Our local seniors have had to deal with increased isolation and decreased access to food. To confront this pervasive problem, EAC Network’s Meals on Wheels in Nassau County has been on the frontlines making daily deliveries of food and hope to home-bound seniors.

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Our Own Tania Peterson Chandler Featured on Long Island Podcast

Recently, EAC Network’s Vice President of Operations/Acting President & CEO Tania Peterson Chandler sat down with veteran Long Island radio personality DJ Fingers to discuss what the social services agency provides and how the average person can support its mission. Listen to this recent episode of the Plugged In To…

COVID-19 Response Campaign

EAC Network, one of News 12’s recent Hometown Heroes, is on the front lines in responding to our neighbors in need throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Our non-profit agency, which serves 82,000 vulnerable individuals across Long Island and New York City, has been addressing the heightened demand for vital programs and…