About Rosicki Events

Alongside their continuing efforts in the community, the team at Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C. is currently planning the firm's next big event. With a history of fundraising success, whether through hosting the Hunter's Hope Galas or by participating in AHRC's Camp Loyaltown Auction, the firm's partners, attorneys, and staff continually seek new and effective ways to give back to the community.

Continue to visit RosickiGives.com for the latest information on fundraisers, galas, and community-building events sponsored by the firm.

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July 09, 2014

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Joins Habitat for Humanity to Repair Home

Hunters Hope

Several Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates employees volunteered with Habitat for Humanity of Nassau County (HFHNC) on June 28 to rebuild a home in Roosevelt that was in need of repairs after Super Storm Sandy ravaged the area in 2012. Members of the law firm, which is based in New York, worked with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild the home.

Almost two years after the storm, many families are still struggling to repair the severe damage that the storm caused to their homes. The storm destroyed more than 95,000 buildings in Nassau and Suffolk counties, according to federal government statistics.

Habitat for Humanity of Nassau County is working with The Salvation Army to assist hundreds of homeowners who voluntarily applied for assistance after the storm, but who have not yet received help. The most difficult part of the recovery for homeowners has been making their houses livable after the storm, as the cost and scope of the repairs has been overwhelming for many.

In the weeks following the storm, volunteers flooded the area. However, two years later, volunteerism has begun to wane. Thus, groups who volunteer their time, such as Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, are vital to providing much-needed labor and funding for the home repair projects that HFHNC oversees.

Hunters Hope

Individuals who volunteer for HFHNC’s building and repair projects do not need to have experience. Groups focus on restoring homes back to safe living conditions, which can include replacing carpet, repairing floors and walls, and fixing other parts of homes damaged by floodwaters. HFHNC provides volunteers with group leaders, training, and tools to safely work on houses.

The impact that HFHNC’s work has on families can be significant. For example, a recent HFHNC project focused on helping a large family that included several adults with special needs. Through the assistance of HFHNC, the family was able to move out of their rental house and into a home that could comfortably accommodate all of them.



July 09, 2014

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Joins Habitat for Humanity to Repair Home

Several Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates employees volunteered with Habitat for Humanity of Nassau County (HFHNC) on June 28 to rebuild a home in Roosevelt that was in need of repairs after Super Storm Sandy ravaged the area in 2012. Members of the law firm, which is based in New York, worked with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild the home.

Almost two years after the storm, many families are still struggling to repair the severe damage that the storm caused to their homes. The storm destroyed more than 95,000 buildings in Nassau and Suffolk counties, according to federal government statistics.

Habitat for Humanity of Nassau County is working with The Salvation Army to assist hundreds of homeowners who voluntarily applied for assistance after the storm, but who have not yet received help.

The most difficult part of the recovery for homeowners has been making their houses livable after the storm, as the cost and scope of the repairs has been overwhelming for many.

In the weeks following the storm, volunteers flooded the area. However, two years later, volunteerism has begun to wane. Thus, groups who volunteer their time, such as Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, are vital to providing much-needed labor and funding for the home repair projects that HFHNC oversees.

Individuals who volunteer for HFHNC’s building and repair projects do not need to have experience. Groups focus on restoring homes back to safe living conditions, which can include replacing carpet, repairing floors and walls, and fixing other parts of homes damaged by floodwaters.

HFHNC provides volunteers with group leaders, training, and tools to safely work on houses.

The impact that HFHNC’s work has on families can be significant. For example, a recent HFHNC project focused on helping a large family that included several adults with special needs. Through the assistance of HFHNC, the family was able to move out of their rental house and into a home that could comfortably accommodate all of them.

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April 22, 2014

Hunter’s Hope Gala Attendees Show Their Support for Jim Kelly

Hunters Hope

The 2014 gala benefit for the Hunter’s Hope Foundation was bittersweet, as attendees extended their thoughts and prayers to founder and Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who is battling cancer. During the March 28 celebration, Kelly was at a hospital in New York City, where he was being treated for cancer of the head and neck.

The law firm Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., hosted the event, which was held in New York. Prior to the evening gala, Tom and Cynthia Rosicki, who oversee the law firm, read a poem to Jim Kelly and his wife, Jill, at the hospital. At the beginning of the event, Tom Rosicki shared the poem, which recognized the Kellys’ longtime commitment to the Hunter’s Hope Foundation.

The organization supports research to find treatment and a cure for Krabbe disease and other leukodystrohpies. One of the passages reads, “This poem is about two who have been blessed, not by taking, but by giving, and through their faith give life to the living. Because of their strength, we’re here to help fulfill the Hunter’s Hope mission chartered by Jim and Jill.”

Tom Rosicki told the attendees that the Kellys expressed their appreciation for the poem and the outpouring of support. He said, “There’s a reason why it’s called Hunter’s Hope…it’s hope.”

Hunters Hope

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates’ annual gala aims to raise funds to support the Hunter’s Hope Foundation, a nonprofit organization that encourages early screening for newborns in order to detect fatal diseases that affect the nervous system. In 1997, Jim and Jill Kelly began the Hunter’s Hope Foundation following the death of their son, Hunter, who was diagnosed with Krabbe disease shortly after he was born.

The boy died of the disease at the age of 8. Since the Hunter’s Hope Foundation began, it has raised $14 million to fund medical research.

For more information, please visit www.rosicki.com.



March 28, 2014

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates to Host 10th Annual Hunter’s Hope Gala

The law firm Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., will host its 10th annual gala to aid the Hunter’s Hope Foundation tonight at the Hyatt Regency in New York. The celebration aims to raise money to fund the Hunter’s Hope Foundation, where researchers are looking for treatments for Krabbe disease, a degenerative condition that fatally damages the nervous system, and other leukodystrophies.

In 2013, the event was held at the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute at the New York Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, where guests received a tour of the research facility.

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates is a longtime supporter of Hunter’s Hope. Jim Kelly, Hunter’s Hope co-founder and Hall of Fame quarterback, said, “Tom and Cynthia (Rosicki) have stood by our side for what will be 10 years now. Through their ongoing support, the Rosickis and their guests have had a major part in helping us build the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute.”

For more information please visit www.rosicki.com.



March 8, 2013

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Hosts Gala to Benefit Hunter’s Hope

On March 8, guests at the 2013 annual gala for the Hunter’s Hope Foundation enjoyed a tour of the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute at the New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, where more than 30 researchers take an integrated approach to studying Krabbe disease and other leukodystrophies.

The tour was a first for the annual gala, which raises money to help the Hunter’s Hope Foundation’s researchers find new treatments and a cure for these devastating diseases. Guests learned more about the accomplishments of the institute, which also advocates for universal newborn screening for leukodystrophies and provides care for families and children affected by the diseases. Jim and Jill Kelly, who cofounded the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute, attended the gala along with many members of the judicial, banking, and legal communities.

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, PC, a mortgage and real estate law firm with offices in New York, has hosted the gala for Hunter’s Hope for nine years. At the 2013 gala, Mr. Kelly thanked Tom and Cynthia Rosicki, partners in the firm, and their guests for their ongoing support of the institute.



November 4, 2012

Rosicki and the AHRC Foundation Walkathon

Providing a strong network of support for children, teens, and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, The Nassau County AHRC Foundation oversees a wide range of community-based initiatives that might otherwise be unavailable due to sweeping budget cuts in social services. A unique non-profit organization established more than 60 years ago, AHRC Nassau offers an extensive selection of educational and interactive programs designed to foster a sense of excellence in every person who participates. AHRC staff and volunteers extend compassionate guidance and friendship to those who face special challenges and the organization looks forward to continuing its important work long into the future.

As a proud sponsor of the Nassau County AHRC Foundation, Rosicki will take part in a fun-filled event on November 4, 2012. The 2012 Moving Ahead Walk raises money for AHRC Nassau and as always, walkers will make their way over the three-mile course come rain or shine. With a wheelchair and stroller accessible route, the 2012 Moving Ahead Walk stands apart as a particularly family-friendly occasion. To learn more about how you can join Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates in supporting this cause, visit AHRCwalk.org.



October 20th, 2012

Rosicki Supports the Wounded Warrior Project

In recognition of America's brave and selfless servicemen and women, the Rosicki firm is sponsoring a group of individuals who will test their physical limits on a grueling 10-12 mile obstacle course designed by the British Special Forces. A challenge unlike any other, Tough Mudder takes place this year on October 20th, with proceeds raised by sponsored athletes going directly toward the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).

A non-profit organization that provides injured soldiers with the support they need to live happy and productive lives as civilians, the Wounded Warrior Project partners with our nation's leaders to ensure that those who sacrificed so much for their country can return home to a deeply supportive and appreciative community. WWP believes that our nation's veterans deserve access to the best social services available and channels considerable resources to ensure that these brave men and women can thrive personally, support their families, and enjoy the hard-won respect that they have so dutifully earned. To learn more about how you can join Rosicki in sponsoring a Tough Mudder participant, visit www.toughmudder.com



October 11, 2012

Rosicki and the 17th Annual Camp Loyaltown Auction

Supporting the local community has always been a top priority for Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates. To show appreciation for a fantastic children's organization in the Catskill Mountains, the firm is hosting a fundraising auction to benefit Camp Loyaltown on October 11, 2012. Established more than 40 years ago as a program of Citizens, Inc., Camp Loyaltown provides developmentally disabled youth with an opportunity to join their peers for a summer of fun in the great outdoors. In addition to its programs for children and teens, Camp Loyaltown offers a special two-week session for challenged independent adults ages 21 and over. Developmentally disabled adults who live at home or in a monitored community are also welcome to participate.

Each summer, more than 650 campers from across the Northeast gather together to enjoy a host of recreational activities including swimming, pedal boating, and miniature golf. Campers also have access to a dance studio, theater, and craft center to engage their creative inclinations. Emphasizing one-on-one care, Camp Loyaltown assigns only four campers to each of its counselors and keeps both doctors and registered nurses on staff to ensure a safe and happy time for all.

Rosicki invites you to learn more about this special event. Visit www.CampLoyaltown.org to learn more.



October 2, 2012

Rosicki and the National Disability Employment Awareness Month Annual Awards and Breakfast Celebration

Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C. will join local businesses to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) this October. A congressional initiative launched in 1945 that aims to raise awareness of the challenges faced by disabled American workers, NDEAM also heralds the many valuable contributions people with disabilities make to our country as dedicated employees who possess unique gifts and talents. Inspired by a different theme each year, NDEAM 2012 emphasizes the bold statement "A Strong Workforce is an Inclusive Workforce: What Can YOU Do?" Like all of the American enterprises that observe this special time of the year, Rosicki takes great pride in its commitment to our nation's disabled population and actively supports these commendable individuals in their professional endeavors.

The National Disability Employment Awareness Month Long Island event will take place on Tuesday, October 2, 2012. In addition to enjoying a delicious morning meal surrounded by colleagues, friends, and family, attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the campaign. Rosicki Partners Craig Wolfson and Tom Rosicki have served as past NDEAM speakers and award recipients.



September 20, 2012

Rosicki and Tantalizing Tastes: A Benefit for the Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities

On September 20, 2012, Rosicki will sponsor a celebratory fundraiser on behalf of the Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities. Playing an integral role in the lives of children, teens, and adults diagnosed with one of the many forms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), this commendable organization provides an extensive range of treatment services based on the latest scientific research, all of which are delivered in a fully supportive and compassionate environment. To support the center in its endeavors, Rosicki is involved with a night to remember where guests will enjoy sumptuous cuisine prepared by Long Island's top chefs. Fine wine from prominent, highly regarded producers will be poured alongside selections from some of the Northeast's best vineyards. Capping off the evening, the hosts of Tantalizing Tastes will hold a raffle, in which the grand prize is a tropical vacation getaway for two to Bermuda. Individuals who are unable to attend but would still like to make a 100% tax-deductible donation to the Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities can do so online. Visit www.FayJLindnerCenter.org to reserve your seat at the 2012 Tantalizing Tastes.


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