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For those looking to donate to Boston, this is a fund set up by Governor Deval and Mayor Menino and is a safe, verified place to donate. Website: http://onefundboston.org/ A word of caution: As we all know, many people want … Continue reading
Thanks to Leslie for putting this together and driving down: “I just spoke to a Burlington neighbor who is volunteering in the Sandy Relief efforts near Brooklyn, NY. He said that along with the traditional supplies needed (blankets, canned food, … Continue reading
Those seeking to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy in New York City will have that opportunity this weekend when an empty 18-wheel tractor trailer sets up for a donation drive at Enosburg Falls Middle & High School on Dickenson … Continue reading
The cleanup from Sandy is in full swing and many local groups and organizations have done a great job of starting to assess needs and reach communities impacted by Sandy. A state by state listing is below: Greater New York … Continue reading
From All Hands Volunteers: Volunteer Signup “When Hurricane Sandy swept up the Northeast coast on October 29, it wiped out hundreds of homes and wrecked entire neighborhoods. All Hands arrived quickly in this densely populated area, moving from community to … Continue reading
Fabulous way to help from afar, thanks to Amanda for organizing! http://lovelanegraveyard.tumblr.com/post/35197922524/help-new-jersey-recover Hundreds of thousands are still without power and heat, and with temperatures dropping and snow in the forecast the wrath of Hurricane Sandy is still very very real … Continue reading
Many parts of the greater New York region are still in need of significant help. Parts of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Westchester remain without power. Lots of grassroots groups have popped up to support these areas and offer a … Continue reading
Another option for giving: NYRR, in partnership with the Rudin Family and the ING Foundation, has established the “Race to Recover” Marathon Fund to aid New Yorkers impacted by the storm. Over $2.6 million has been raised, including a $1 … Continue reading
Great map with volunteer opportunities by location and volunteer skill set. Can also add new volunteer opportunities. LINK
If you planned to run the New York City Marathon and are now not traveling to the area, here’s a great way to help out by donating your room to displaced people.