A successful mortgage law firm with more than two decades of experience in the field, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates contributes to a wide range of charities at both the local and national levels. Among these charities is the Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, commonly known as the Lindner Center.
Founded in 2001 as a way to provide important services for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities, the Lindner Center maintains a prominent position in the community. The center works closely with individuals with disabilities and their families and schools to provide top quality care. The Lindner Center offers a wide range of clinical services, including diagnostic testing, speech and language assessment, functional behavior assessments, assessment of educational programming, and specialized assessments of related conditions.
To learn more about the Lindner Center, visit www.fayjlindnercenter.org.
Based in Plainview, New York, the law firm of Rosicki Rosicki & Associates, P.C., has provided a wide range of legal assistance to its clients in the areas of mortgages, bankruptcies, foreclosures, and other personal finance matters since the 1990s. The firm’s principals, Cynthia and Tom Rosicki, and their partners and staff also support numerous professional and community groups and nonprofit organizations.
The firm is proud to lend assistance to The Rehabilitation Institute (TRI), which provides business and trade school education to young adults with disabilities. The team at TRI has devoted four decades to promoting independent living through a variety of educational and counseling programs. TRI provides high school equivalency and vocational aptitude testing, job training and remedial work, and logistical and socialization skills training. In addition, the group offers coaching and follow-along services to clients as they continue in the workforce.
TRI receives support from the governments of New York State and Nassau County as well as from generous community partners such as Rosicki Rosicki & Associates and other businesses.
USFN, a professional organization serving the mortgage banking industry, annually presents its highest-performing members with the Diamond Award of Excellence. A distinguished member of USFN, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., has earned one of the coveted awards every year for the last eight years. The Diamond Award of Excellence recognizes the firm’s commitment to professional activities as well as its dedication to volunteerism and service.
USFN first established the Diamond Award of Excellence in 1993 and has since recognized dozens of worthy firms for their client relations, internal development, and philanthropic endeavors. The organization presents the winning firms with their awards at its member education retreat, held every fall.
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates provides a comprehensive range of mortgage banking legal services from its three New York locations. For more information about the firm’s practice areas, attorneys, or philanthropic projects, please visit Rosicki.com.
Since Cynthia Rosicki founded it in the 1990s, New York-based law firm Rosicki Rosicki & Associates, P.C., has provided responsive, customer-centered legal services to clients concerned about issues involving mortgages, liens, foreclosures, bankruptcies, and other real estate matters. The firm and its partners maintain close ties to their community, participating in numerous fundraising and charitable events.
Rosicki Rosicki & Associates lends extensive support to nonprofit groups and government agencies that bring wider opportunities to individuals with disabilities. These include The Rehabilitation Institute, which offers assistance with job training and career development; AHRC Nassau, an advocacy and fundraising group assisting those with developmental conditions; and the New York State Rehabilitation Council (SRC). The SRC is an advisory body that represents sight- and hearing-impaired members of the public as well as families, teachers, consumer organizations, and professional groups concerned with ensuring that developing policies take the needs of disabled citizens into account.
Craig Wolfson, a partner with Rosicki Rosicki & Associates, recently received an invitation to join the SRC’s Workforce Development Committee. He and his firm aim to continue their strong support of initiatives to assist the disabled community and their focus on internal employment practices that recognize and highlight the contributions of disabled individuals.
The legal team of Rosicki Rosicki & Associates, P.C., headquartered on Long Island, provides high-quality representation in matters of bankruptcy, foreclosure, mortgages, liens, evictions, and other matters related to real estate and personal finance. In addition, managing partners Cynthia and Tom Rosicki and their partners, associates, and staff give generously of their time and talents to further the goals of a number of charitable organizations. Among these is Gift of Life, Inc., which provides uncompensated medical treatment to children suffering from heart disease in the United States and around the world.
In operation since the mid-1970s, Gift of Life is a project of Rotary District 7250 of Queens, Kings, and Nassau Counties of New York in partnership with a broader network of Rotarians and physicians worldwide. Gift of Life-sponsored doctors have performed 10,000 open heart surgical procedures on ill children in Russia, China, Malaysia, India, the Philippines, the Dominican Republic, the United States, and other countries. The group also funds training programs for physicians around the world to receive advanced training in the U.S. in order to offer a higher level of skill to children in their home countries. Gift of Life encourages medical institutions and personnel throughout the developed world to open their doors and share their skills without respect to borders for the sake of children in need.
Situated in the beautiful Catskills Mountains, just several hours north of New York City, AHRC’s Camp Loyaltown provides a safe and fun summer camp experience every year to over 650 campers with special needs. A program of Citizens, Inc., one of the leading providers of services for those with developmental and intellectual disabilities, the camp has operated for more than four decades.
Corporate, foundation, and government funds help keep tuition costs manageable. Additionally, many fundraising events are held in support of this venture, including the Camp Loyaltown Auction. Through donor support, the auction has raised funds for worthy projects such as paving camp roads for wheelchair accessibility, installing a solar-panel-heated swimming pool, and offering therapeutic horseback rides.
The law firm of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates attended the auction in 2012, which sought to raise funds to install an interactive sensory garden on the campgrounds, to further engage campers in nature.
On October 20, 2012, the law firm of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., generously sponsored a group of almost 20 participants in the Tough Mudder challenge, an event that benefits the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). The firm joins a growing group of supporters across the United States helping injured soldiers’ transition from the battlefield to civilian life.
Designed by the British Special Forces, Tough Mudder tests an individual’s physical limits with a grueling 10-plus mile obstacle course, assessing not just strength and stamina, but also mental endurance and teamwork. All proceeds raised through athlete sponsorships go directly to WWP and, to date, the challenge has inspired 500,000 participants and raised more than $3 million worldwide.
A not-for-profit organization, WWP provides support for returning soldiers injured in service, giving them access to quality social services and support channels for veterans throughout the country. Resources include combat stress recovery assistance, counseling on available benefits, and employment search services.