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GDGC, Melville, Requests Items to Donate to the Interfaith Nutrition Network by February 7th

Genser Dubow Genser & Cona (GDGC), an elder law and estate planning firm based in Melville, has teamed up with The Bristal to continue the spirit of giving into the New Year by preparing and serving meals at The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN) in Hempstead on February 11th. 

 

In addition, GDGC is collecting needed items to donate to The INN that will be given to those unable to feed and provide necessities for their families.  The law firm is requesting non-perishable food items and travel size toiletries.  A list of specific items can be found at www.genserlaw.com.

 

All items must be brought to the Susan C. Snowe Caregiver Resource Center located in GDGC’s office at 225 Broadhollow Road, Suite 200 in Melville no later than Friday, February 7th. 

 

“It is gratifying for me and the GDGC staff to have this opportunity to give hands on help to those on LI who are in need,” says Jennifer Cona, Esq., managing partner, GDGC.

 

The INN was founded in 1983 as a single soup kitchen run by a small group of volunteers. The volunteers discovered that there were large numbers of hungry and homeless people on Long Island. They formed an interfaith network of soup kitchens, opening kitchens in Hempstead, Long Beach, Freeport and Central Islip. Today, there are a total of 19 soup kitchens operating as part of The INN’s network across Long Island. 400 people are served each day and more than 7,500 people are fed each week.  They also offer supportive services including emergency and long-term housing.

 

Genser Dubow Genser & Cona is recognized as a leading elder law and estate planning firm on Long Island.  The firm was ranked the #1 Elder Law firm by Long Island Business News in 2012 and 2013.  The firm provides creative advocacy and cutting edge planning strategies and has been featured in many publications including: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, L.I. Business News, Kiplinger’s, Reader's Digest and many others.   GDGC attorneys are frequent contributors to Newsday’s Act II “Ask the Expert” column and have appeared as guests on WNBC-TV, CNN-fn, News 12, News 55, Channel 21 "Act II With Newsday" and many radio stations including WOR, WCBS AM and WFAN.

 

For more information on GDGC and elder law/estate planning, visit their website at:

www.genserlaw.com.

 

 

                                               

 

 

 

 

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