We know that our long-term success is directly linked to the success of our customers and the communities we serve. Community giving has built a combination of strong relationships with local nonprofits, volunteer activities, and other community investments that help strengthen the communities in which we operate.
FCSB is proud to have supported the work of the following organizations:
- Queens Community House, a multi-site, multi-service settlement house that serves the diverse neighborhoods of Queens. They serve residents of all ages, races, faiths, and ethnicities while supporting the viability of the borough as a whole.
- Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens, established in 1957 the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens serves children from all neighborhoods in NYC, offering quality, affordable programs for all of the children to help them find and develop their passions.
- American Heart Association – Go RED for Women, a passionate, emotional, social initiative designed to empower women to take charge of their heart health.
- NYC Children’s Theatre, nonprofit organization that creates original, entertaining and enriching theater for young audiences and adults to enjoy together serving children in all communities across the five boroughs.
- Long Island Library Resources Council, a regional multi-type library organization serving academic, special, public, school libraries and library systems in Nassau and Suffolk counties, to enhance access to information, encourage resource sharing, and promote library interests.
- American-Italian Cancer Foundation – Mobile Care Clinic, providing life-saving breast cancer screening services to women in need.
- Chian Federation, a community based, non-profit organization to help those in need and to promote Greek culture and language in the United States.
- Peter Latos Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit which aims to achieve increasing awareness through education and providing information about prostate cancer to the public.
- Freeport Educational Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit dedicated to changing the lives of the children in the Freeport Public Schools by funding innovative educational programs that provide extraordinary learning experiences.
- Hispanic Brotherhood, a 501 (c) (3) that assists the fast growing population of immigrants from different Spanish language cultures providing a wide range of resettlement services, an After-School Child Care and Tutorial Program, and Senior Club.
- Astoria-Long Island City Kiwanis, a 501 (c) (3) creating opportunities for children to be curious, safe and healthy in Astoria and Long Island City.
- Richmond Hill Community Center, an after school program for children, which hosts video conferences with NASA
- Bayside Village BID, promotes and provides services along Bell Boulevard, the “Main Street” of Bayside, Queens.
- Shareing & Careing, the face of hope, recovery and cancer survival in Queens. Providing education on prevention and wellness, links to cancer treatment and practical needs, and ongoing counseling support.