Continued Support for Local Charity Through Holiday Season Announced by LI Exchange

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No cost inventory allotment set aside specifically for Toys of Hope Children’s Charity as done each and every year since 2006; LIExchange.com has been the only local website to consistently, year after year, dedicate home page as well as run of site advertising space for charity.

Long Island Exchange Inc. would like to introduce you to "Toys of Hope".

Due to Hurricane Sandy, it is especially important the charity receive donations this year. Supplies were wiped out last year helping those affected by Sandy in addition to the homeless and needy families they help every year.

Today, Long Island Exchange Inc., (http://www.longislandexchange.com) announced it has installed its year after year advertising spaces for the Toys of Hope Children’s Charity during the holiday months of November and December.

“Each year since 2006, LongIslandExchange.com has set aside prominent above-the-fold advertising space for ToysofHope.org throughout the year, as well as increased inventory during the holiday months” said Founder and Managing Partner John Colascione. “At this time of year, when winter’s chill begins to turn down temperatures, more and more families call upon the assistance provided by ToysofHope.org. It is for this reason, that we provide this dedicated advertising space, which is home page large box, header –run of site- and full page ad placement to help generate interest in this wonderful charity” he added.

The website, toysofhope.org is also maintained year-round at no cost to the charity.

“Due to Hurricane Sandy, it is especially important the charity receive donations this year. Supplies were wiped out last year helping those affected by Sandy in addition to the homeless and needy families they help every year. Already, as the cold weather and holidays are approaching, the charity is being hit with over 300 phone calls per day from families needing help. Financial donations are needed immediately.” said Melissa Doktofsky, President & Founder of the Toys of Hope Children’s Charity, a not for profit corporation registered with the State of New York and the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible.

Toys of Hope does not have any paid employees or professional fund raisers. It does not maintain or pay for an office. Storage space for the toys it collects has been graciously provided by a local building management company. One hundred percent of all money donated goes towards helping children and needy families.

To find out more about Toys of Hope please visit http://www.toysofhope.org.

About Long Island Exchange Inc.
Launched over a decade ago in 2002, LongIslandExchange.com is a privately owned media company providing Long Islanders with a wealth of information, news, local business data, and resources for planning activities in the area. The site has won five awards from BOLI, Best on Long Island, in best of categories like "News, Media and Publications" as well as "Best Web Site of the Year".

To find out more about Long Island Exchange please visit: http://www.liexchange.com.

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