NY Giants Raise $150K for Long Island Charities

Joel Levine recognizes Matthew, a young staff member, of his organization that has autism yet who works tirelessly within his own organization.

More than 300 gathered to meet current and former New York Giants during the 7th Annual Monday Night Party charity fundraiser on Nov. 6 at the Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor.

‘Alley Oop For Autism’ To Raise Awareness & Funds At Jericho High School

“Alley Oop For Autism” features a “3-on-3” basketball tournament at Jericho High School on March 25, 2017 to raise awareness and much-needed funds about autism and nonprofit Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism!

Alley Oop For Autism Puts Fundraising in Center Court

Hundreds of Long Island amateur basketballers from small children to senior citizens in five-person teams faced off in a tournament this weekend with proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Life’s WORC.

Levine And Wiss, PLLC, had the honor of attending Uniondale's National Night Out celebration.

Levine And Wiss, PLLC, had the honor of attending Uniondale's National Night Out celebration. National Night Out is designed to help the police build camaraderie with the residents they serve and heighten crime-prevention awareness. Levine And Wiss, PLLC, is overjoyed to have the opportunity to give back to the community.

As we've always shown, Levine And Wiss, PLLC, sets themselves apart with its deep connection to the community and the family nature of our business. We’re not only offering legal representation; at Levine And Wiss, we provide a legal experience where you, our clients, neighbors, and friends are part of our family.

LAW attorney Ernest Lawson collected toys for Christmas for the Homeless Coalition

In a tremendous act of kindness, Ernest donated his money and time to secure holiday gifts for those in need. We are proud of his generosity, as well as all of those in our firm to give back to the community.

A Winning Team: NFL-Themed Event Raises Money For Autism, Rare Illnesses

When Joel Levine spoke to the crowd of onlookers gathered at Engineers Country Club to raise money for the Family Center for Autism and the Ellie’s Army Foundation on Monday, Nov. 25, he told them that he figured the hardest job he would ever have was being the parent of a child with autism. As life went on, and his eldest child James grew up, he found that wasn’t the case.