ALL FUNDS

Adler Center -

The Adler Center for Children and Adults with Special Needs provides a comprehensive range of programs and services for participants ages 3 through adults with developmental disabilities. These include learning disabilities, language delays, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Annual Campaign and General Fund -

Annual Giving is the lifeblood of the MIYJCC. It is the financial support we receive from many of our constituents and allows for general funding to be available for all programs, services and day to day operations.

Health and Wellness -

Members utilize the MIYJCC Fitness Center for a positive, educational and rich journey though fitness. Our trained staff is eager to assist everyone on their road to fitness where exercise and wellness are a lifestyle and an investment for their future.

Mid-Island Day Camp -

Camp not only brings joy to children but it also has a profound effect on their development. The benefits include positive social interaction, the promotion of self-esteem, and of course, physical activity. The Mid Island Y/JCC Day Camp offers all of these benefits however, not all families can afford to pay the full tuition. We provide scholarships to children whose families may not otherwise be able to afford camp.

P.O.B. Cares/Project PACE/NNORC-SOS -

POB Cares, Project PACE, and NNORC-SOS help older adults to age-in-place in Plainview, Old Bethpage and Syosset by addressing their physical, mental, social and emotional needs. Our caring social workers, nurses, support staff and volunteers build relationships with each senior to implement services targeted at their unique circumstances as they age.

Rudman Family Food Pantry -

The Rudman Family Food Pantry focuses on homebound seniors and low income families. Approximately half of the people we help are poor/near poor and usually receive monthly assistance from our pantry. The other half are people who can get by under normal circumstances, but are struggling now because of the current COVID crisis. The monthly requests for assistance have quadrupled since March 2020.