December 1st is Giving Tuesday and kicks off ICL’s year-end campaign.
We need your help to continue to bring comfort and support to the most vulnerable in our community. In a year as challenging as 2020, the generosity of the community has never been more important.

Our goal is ambitious, but we know friends and supporters like you understand the urgency of what we do for thousands of people each year – people facing serious health and mental health problems ready to embark on a journey to greater health and well-being.

ICL is seeking to raise $25,000 by the end of the year so that those most in need can look forward to better things in 2021.

Here’s how you can support us on Giving Tuesday

Text to GIVE
Send DONATE to (718) 650-2374

Share our posts on social media!
and don’t forget to use our hashtag #peoplegetbetterwithus

JOIN OUR GIVING TEAM!

Spread the good word about what ICL is doing every day to improve lives and elevate hope.

The pandemic only compounded their problems while so many of the other organizations they rely on can no longer be there for them. In many instances, ICL staff are now the only connection to the world that people have. It is no exaggeration to say we are saving lives!

Start your own Giving Tuesday campaign for the people being helped by ICL’s 100+ programs across the five boroughs.

Here are instructions to help you through the process
For questions related to your campaign page please email
Tushna Bhumgar or Astrudge Mclean

Other ICL Campaigns to Support

ICL’s COVID-19 fund

In the face of COVID-19, our mission to help the most vulnerable New Yorkers has never been more urgent.
Thanks to our incredibly dedicated staff, ICL has been able to meet this unprecedented challenge and been a lifeline to so many.

Donate here to support
ICL’s COVID-19 response

Dianne Kleckner Memorial Fund

Your gift will ensure that ICL continues to be a lifeline for everyone who needs us, as long as this crisis goes on — and for the years of healing we know lie ahead.

Donate here to support ICL’s Emerson-Davis Family Development Center