We are multifaceted!

Our services include:

  • food bank
  • thrift center
  • classes - ESL, citizenship, and computers
  • immunizations for uninsured children
  • food stamp assistance
  • ​senior services
  • Medicare
  • Healthfirst Insurance
  • summer program for kids


...and more! For more information please visit our Services page or call us at  (631) 231-8290.

"I was hungry and you fed me; thirsty and you gave me something to drink; I was a stranger and you invited me into your homes; naked and you clothed me; sick and in prison and you visited me… When you did it to the least of these, my sisters and brothers, you were doing it to me.” Matthew 25:35 - 40
Our History

Who We Are


Staff, volunteers, members, and visitors


Our work is driven by a core group of staff & volunteers who realize the power to affect change from their tireless efforts.


If you would like to learn more about getting involved with us please view our Contact page or call us at (631) 231-8290.


If you would like to support us by making a donation please click here  or consider buying a brick.


We accept donations of food, clothing and household items at our warehouse at 128 Pine Aire Drive in Bay Shore. Your donations are greatly appreciated.


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What We Do

Home
Serving people in need with basic human services since 1969

Pronto began serving the needy in the basement of St. Anne’s Church in Brentwood. While Pronto’s origin is faith based, we are a non-denominational non-profit 501C3 that serves anyone in need of basic human services.

Over the years, we moved to a storefront in a shopping mall in Brentwood before settling into the little white house in Bay Shore. In 2005, we built our new ten thousand square foot facility on Pine Aire Drive in Bay Shore.

No matter what location, Pronto of Long Island has stayed true to our mission of helping people in need with dignity and respect.


Pronto's mission is to feed the hungry, clothe the needy, welcome the stranger and provide healing and hope to everyone who walks through our doors.