Thank you for visiting the blog of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., a New York-based firm that focuses on mortgage banking law. In addition to handling matters related to foreclosure, bankruptcy, and eviction, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates devotes significant time and resources to a variety of philanthropic efforts. On this blog, you will find articles about the organizations and initiatives that the firm supports, as well as upcoming charitable events.

Over the years, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates has worked closely with several non-profit groups that serve individuals with special needs, including AHRC Nassau. Since 1949, this New York-based organization has provided residential services, vocational training, and recreational opportunities for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Furthermore, AHRC Nassau operates Camp Loyaltown in the Catskill Mountains, a sleep-away camp for those with special needs. The firm has not only provided financial gifts to AHRC Nassau, but has also hosted events and holiday parties for the organization.

Moreover, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates regularly hires individuals with disabilities, offering them the opportunity to achieve greater independence and learn valuable life skills, and advocates for individuals with special needs at the state level. Its partners have served on the New York State Rehabilitation Council, an advisory body associated with the State Education Department’s Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR). Together, these agencies help provide critical services to individuals with an array of disabilities. In addition to providing information about these groups and any upcoming or recent events, this blog will feature articles about policies and initiatives across New York that affect individuals with special needs.

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates’ philanthropic endeavors also reach several other worthy organizations, including Hunter’s Hope Foundation; the Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect; and Gift of Life, Inc. Since 2004, the firm has hosted the annual gala for Hunter’s Hope, a non-profit group dedicated to fighting Krabbe Leukodystrophy. The foundation uses funds from the gala and its other events to support the ongoing work of the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute and to provide services for families battling this fatal nervous system disease. The Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect, located on Long Island, advocates for children and provides prevention programming throughout the area. For more than three decades, this organization has offered counseling to children and their families, coordinated professional and community trainings, and provided legal assistance during court proceedings. Gift of Life, Inc., also serves children in New York by funding medical services for boys and girls battling heart disease.

Finally, many of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates’ partners, attorneys, and staff members individually support charities. From its offices in Batavia and Fishkill, New York to its location on Long Island, the firm and its team members are dedicated to making a difference in their communities every day. Occasionally, this blog will spotlight such individual endeavors.

Thank you for stopping by Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates’ blog. We look forward to providing you with more information about the firm’s charitable involvement and its community advocacy work. For more information about the New York firm’s legal services, attorneys, and professional affiliations, please visit Rosicki.com.

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