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Where Barasch & McGarry Has Donated During Coronavirus

Written by Mollie Barasch

Barasch & McGarry salutes the bravery of the health care workers, FDNY, NYPD, sanitation workers, correction officers, Port Authority officers, and other front line workers who are going to work every day and selflessly risking their own safety.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and always, we are deeply grateful for their bravery and exemplary service to the community. We will never forget the sacrifices they make working tirelessly to tend to the health of our loved ones, leaders, and neighbors.

Since the 9/11 community is immunocompromised, many of our clients contracted the virus and unfortunately, some passed away. The dedication of the hospital teams is ever-present on our mind.

To contribute to the relief efforts and show our gratitude, Barasch & McGarry has proudly donated more than 50,000 masks to FDNY, NYPD, sanitation workers, correction officers, Port Authority officers, nursing homes, and other front line workers. Deliveries have been made to 40 NYPD precincts, and 90 FDNY Battalion divisions. Please see below for a list of where we’ve donated.

In addition to donating masks, the firm has established the Barasch & McGarry Health Care Worker Lunch Donation Program which delivers meals every day to New York and New Jersey area hospitals. Please see below for a list of where we’ve donated. (Below the video.)

To those dedicated health workers and first responders, we stand with you and will continue to support you in any way that Barasch & McGarry can. Delivery of lunches and mask donations will continue until the pandemic subsides.

Where Barasch & McGarry Has Donated

NYPD
Precincts (deliveries were sponsored by the Retired Sergeants Association and the Fraternal Order of Police Nassau Lodge 69):

  • NYPD

    Precincts (deliveries were sponsored by the Retired Sergeants Association and the Fraternal Order of Police Nassau Lodge 69):

    1. 1st
    2. 6th
    3. 7th
    4. 10th
    5. 13th
    6. 19th
    7. 23rd
    8. 67th
    9. 70th
    10. 100th
    11. 103rd
    12. 104th
    13. 105th
    14. 110th
    15. 114th
    16. 121st
    17. SRG 1
    18. NYPD Transit Canine
    19. Nassau County PBA
    20. NCPD 1st
    21. 2nd
    22. 3rd
    23. 4th
    24. 5th
    25. 6th
    26. 7th
    27. 8th
    28. Suffolk County 1st
    29. Hempstead Police Department
    30. Malverne Police Department
    31. Rockville Center Police Department
    32. East Quogue Police Department
    33. Port Authority LaGuardia Airport
    34. Queens Court Officers
    35. Queens Bridge and Tunnel PD
    36. Nassau County Sheriffs Correction Department
    37. NYC Department of Sanitation
    38. Ricker’s Island Correction Department

    FDNY

    Engine / Ladder (Division, Squad or Battalion)

    1. Engine 4 / Ladder 15
    2. Engine 6 
    3. Squad 8 
    4. Division 13
    5. Division 14
    6. Ladder 79
    7. Ladder 102
    8. Ladder 113
    9. Engine 116
    10. Ladder 17
    11. Ladder 119
    12. 151 / 76
    13. Engine 152
    14. 153 / 77
    15. 155 / 78
    16. Engine 156
    17. 157 / 80
    18. Engine 158
    19. Engine 159
    20. Engine 160
    21. 161 / 81
    22. 162 / 82
    23. 163 / 83
    24. 167 / 84
    25. 165 / 85
    26. 166 / 86
    27. 167 / 87
    28. 202 / 101
    29. 205 / 118
    30. Engine 210
    31. 216 / 108
    32. Engine 217
    33. 219 / 105
    34. 220 / 122
    35. 221 / 104
    36. Engine 224
    37. Engine 226
    38. 229 / 146
    39. Engine 230
    40. Engine 235
    41. Engine 239
    42. Engine 240
    43. 249 / 113
    44. Engine 251
    45. 258 / 115
    46. 259 / 128
    47. Engine 260
    48. Engine 262
    49. 263 / 117
    50. 273/129
    51. 275 / 133
    52. 276 / 156
    53. 279 / 131
    54. 280 / 132
    55. 282 / 148
    56. 286 / 135
    57. 287 / 136
    58. 289 / 138
    59. 289 / 127
    60. 291 / 140
    61. 292 / 138
    62. 294 / 143
    63. 298 / 127
    64. 301 / 150
    65. 303 / 126
    66. 304 / 162
    67. 305 / 151
    68. 307 / 154
    69. 309 / 159
    70. 311 / 158
    71. Engine 312
    72. Engine 314
    73. 315 / 125
    74. Engine 316
    75. 317 / 165
    76. Engine 319
    77. Engine 321
    78. Engine 324
    79. 325 / 163
    80. Staten Island: every house except Engine 168
    81. Battalion 31
    82. Battalion 32
    83. Battalion 33
    84. Battalion 35
    85. Battalion 38
    86. Battalion 45
    87. Battalion 46
    88. Battalion 48
    89. Battalion 49
    90. Battalion 50
    91. Battalion 51
    92. Battalion 53
    93. Battalion 54
    94. Battalion 57
    95. FDNY Rescue Operations Unit on Roosevelt Island

    Hospitals

    1. Brookdale Hospital
    2. Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center
    3. Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
    4. Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NYP
    5. Glen cove Hospital
    6. Good Samaritan Hospital
    7. Hackensack New Jersey Labor Delivery Unit
    8. Huntington Hospital
    9. King’s County Hospital
    10. Lenox Hill Hospital 
    11. Long Island Jewish Medical Center
    12. Long Island Jewish Forest Hills
    13. Long Island Jewish Valley Stream
    14. Maimonides Medical Center 
    15. Memorial Sloan Kettering Manhattan 
    16. Memorial Sloan Kettering Commack
    17. Memorial Sloan Kettering Nassau
    18. Mount Sinai Beth Israel 
    19. Mount Sinai Hospital
    20. Mount Sinai Nursing Education Center 
    21. Mount South Nassau
    22. NYU Langone 
    23. NYU Langone Winthrop x2 
    24. New York Presbyterian Hospital 
    25. New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
    26. New York Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital 
    27. Nassau County Medical Center
    28. Nassau University Medical Center
    29. Northwell Health Fertility at Manhasset 
    30. Northwell Hospital in Staten Island (The Heart Institute) x2
    31. Northwell Southside Hospital 
    32. North Shore University Hospital
    33. Plainview Hospital
    34. Robert Wood Johnson Hospital 
    35. Roosevelt Island Medical Center
    36. Saint Francis Hospital
    37. Saint Joseph’s Hospital
    38. Saint Catherine of Siena Hospital
    39. Saint Luke’s Hospital 
    40. Staten Island University North Hospital
    41. Stony Brook Hospital
    42. South Hampton Hospital 
    43. Syosset Hospital
    44. Westmed Medical Group 
    45. White Plains Hospital 
    46. Wyckoff Hospital 
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