Huntington Food Drive Drop-Off Location

By AnnMarie Minichiello
November 22, 2016

It is the time of year to focus on what to be thankful for. We have much to be grateful for here at Logic Web Media, but we know that isn’t the case for everyone. So many families on Long Island need assistance, especially during the holidays. Our staff feels that it is necessary to help people in any way that we can. This year, we are proud to be a part of Long Island Cares Food Drive through the Harry Chapin Food Bank.

Long Island Cares
Official Drop-Off Location

Logic Web Media
710 East Jericho Turnpike
Huntington Station, NY, 11746

Monday – Friday 9am-6pm

Feel free to call us at (631) 824-3390 if you have trouble finding us or need to drop off donations outside of our regular business hours.

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The Logic Web Media team is happy to be working with an organization like Long Island Cares. By collecting food, we feel that we play a role in their vision to end Long Island hunger. If you have any questions about how you can help, feel free to contact us anytime.


How Can You Help?

There are many ways to be of service to families that need assistance. The most convenient way to help is by participating in the Long Island Cares Food Drive. Through December 28th, you can simply stop by Logic Web Media and provide to a family that is less fortunate. We are collecting any non-perishable foods, canned proteins, baby food, diapers, and personal care items right here in our office. We are here Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, and located at 710 E. Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station, NY 11746.


What If I Can’t Donate Food?

Long Island Cares accepts tax-deductible financial donations throughout the year. You can always make a donation by visiting Long Island Cares’ website. Other ways of helping those in need is by volunteering at soup kitchens or shelters, or even advocacy to spread awareness of what the organization does.

Long Island Cares Most Needed Donations Include:

Canned tuna/chicken, beans, nut & non-nut butters, etc.


Shelf stable milk, canned/evaporated milk, instant breakfasts, shelf stable parmesan cheese.


Toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergents, paper goods.

Addt’l Foods
Flour, cooking oils, coffee, tea, snacks, condiments.


Canned or dried fruits, juice boxes, bottled juices, jams/jelly, fruit bars.


Diapers, wipes, formula, cereal, unused bottles, plastic jars of baby food, lotions, powder, diaper ointment.

Canned soups, vegetables, Tomato sauces, dry soup mix.


Pasta, rice, hot/cold cereals, quinoa, pancake/waffle mix.

Pet Food
Canned and dry dog/cat food and treats, caged animal foods.


Soap, dental care, shampoos, hairbrushes, deodorants, feminine care.

*no glass jars please*



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About Long Island Cares

The late Grammy winning songwriter and social activist Harry Chapin founded the food bank in 1980, making it the first on Long Island. The organization quickly spread and became Long Island Cares, offering not only food drives but programs of self sufficiency such as job training, veterans’ services, and mobile outreach. LIC is one of the east coast’s most comprehensive hunger assistance programs and serves thousands of families in need each year.

Do You Need Help?

Know that you are not alone if you or members of your family need any assistance as the holidays approach. There are many resources available for you through Long Island Cares. Please know that help is available to you. You can find a list of locations that will help you right on the LIC website.

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