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Dynamic Worldwide has a history of success and is committed to giving back to the communities and organizations that we serve. We are very proud of our investments in environmental stewardship, which can be reviewed at Sustainable Optimized Logistics.

In addition to funds, over the years we have donated time, vehicles, staff, material and other aid to organizations in support of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and their aftermath. We are very actively involved in the following organizations:

The Gambino Medical and Science Foundation
The Gambino Medical & Science Foundation is a non-profit, charitable foundation whose primary function is to fund the needs of Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center - LIJ Health System.

The new 115,000-square-foot facility, built at a cost of $130 million [≈ Finance industry 2011 political donations] and named in honor of Steven and Alexandra Cohen, will feature, most notably:

  • A Pediatric Emergency Department (ED) and Pediatric Imaging Center
  • 25-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • 25 medical-surgical beds

According to Charles Schleien, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics, the addition of a new emergency department and new ICU will have a dramatic impact on the delivery of pediatric care in the community. “Currently, the pediatric ED located at LIJ treats about 60,000 pediatric emergency cases each year—about a 20% increase since 2007,”said. Dr. Schleien. “The pediatric ED, located on the first floor in the new pavilion has twice the number of beds as the existing facility….it is actually expanding from 16 to 35 beds…along with two trauma bays and three beds for pediatric psychiatry patients. It will be the largest dedicated pediatric ED on Long Island and one of the largest in the region,” he concluded.

Capuchin Food Pantries
The food pantries help feed and distribute free clothing, diapers and toiletries to over 3,000 poor families in New York, with locations in Harlem, Midtown and Lower-Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx and Long Island.

The Mann Foundation
Working with Mount Sinai Hospital and a variety of other fine charities to fund research for geriatric diseases and, ultimately, find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

The De La Salle School
The De La Salle School is a Catholic School in the Diocese of Rockville Centre that shares in the Lasallian heritage and exists to provide a quality education for boys from economically disadvantaged situations.

The Joel Finkelstein Cancer Foundation
Since 1955, the Joel Finkelstein Cancer Foundation (JFCF) has played a significant role in Long Island Jewish Medical Center’s (LIJ) search for the cure for cancer.

The Jack Martin Fund
The Jack Martin Fund was created to name endow a program in Pediatric Oncology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. The Jack Martin Fund Program in Pediatric Oncology seeks to consolidate, coordinate, and expand clinical services for children with leukemia and cancer. It will consist of examination, treatment, consultation rooms, and an outpatient play area.

The Needlers Foundation
The Needlers Foundation is a philanthropic organization, which contributes to children's charities. It was founded 43 years ago by a group of garment center executives to benefit children in need. Today, our membership includes those in allied industries as well as lawyers, CPAs, bankers, doctors and health care professionals who have raised millions of dollars for children's charities.

Belsito Childhood Disease Research FoundationDONATE

The Whole Child
The Whole Child has been helping children and families throughout the Greater Whittier Area since 1957. Our Mission is to give children of all ages the skills and support they need to build emotionally healthy lives and become caring, responsible adults. Our commitment to children includes their parents, whom we empower to create nurturing families. Together, we enrich our community and our world.

Muscular Dystrophy Association
The Whole Child has been helping children and families throughout the Greater Whittier Area since 1957. Our Mission is to give children of all ages the skills and support they need to build emotionally healthy lives and become caring, responsible adults. Our commitment to children includes their parents, whom we empower to create nurturing families. Together, we enrich our community and our world.

The Women and Children's Crisis Shelter
Domestic violence cuts across all boundaries of culture, education, ethnicity, religion, income and age. Battering may be physical, sexual, psychological or emotional. It is always harmful. Established in 1982, Shelter's Right Hand is the non-profit fundraising support group for the Women's and Children's Crisis Shelter, which has been serving victims of domestic violence since 1977.