Local Hurricane Sandy Relief — Get Involved!

Fans from across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have asked how they can get involved with the Sandy Relief Effort. One of the most effective ways to make a difference is still to make a contribution to the American Red Cross.

If you do have the time to roll up your sleeves and pitch in or wish to deliver physical donations, we’ve compiled a list from relief organizations in the Tri-State area. Check back here to this post for the latest information and please feel free to share other worthy local organizations with specific needs in the Comments below.

Donations and Volunteers NeededUpdated 11-19-12

Food Bank NYC

For New York-Area folks, we have a great volunteer opportunity calendar that can be found here by clicking through to this link. It provides date, time, remaining volunteer slots, description from now through the rest of the year and updates as we add additional opportunities. All of our volunteer opportunities are in all five boroughs at this time.

This link provides folks with the option to host a virtual or traditional food drive, items urgently needed and how to register a traditional food drive for pick up. We cannot accept food donations via mail.

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