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Sandy relief

This list ambitions to gather in one single place both the relief resources and the volunteering opportunities for those affected by 'frankenstorm' Sandy on the East coast.
The Sandy relief list aims to make it easy for every single one of us to help those affected.

As the situation is very fluid and new initiatives arise constantly, we invite you to contribute with your input too.

Let's just try to avoid duplicates and make sure we keep it fresh!

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Restaurants Unite for Sandy Help

An event & organization Called R.U.S.H, Restaurants Unite for Sandy Help, set up by Ty Sulivan.

"We are coming together as a community to help raise money for victims of Sandy by doing a fundraiser on November 18th at Sunnyside Center Services from 4pm until 8pm.

Through R.U.S.H we are asking our social media friends & heavy hitters to support this cause by taking the “cover banner” from my or your friends Facebook page and using it as yours until November 18th, the day of the event. Also, please pass along the picture of the poster. Now, we will have a link for people to donate complete soon and I will ask you to PLEASE support the cause by Tweeting it out as much as you can to some of the heaviest hitters in Social Media. Almost a Tweetathon style blast but at your leisure over the couple of days after you get the link.

I have high expectations for this. If you know me, I reach my goals. I want to raise $50,000 in relief funds! I’ll be frank: I have been there for every charity that has come my way, I now ask for your help as my community struggles to clean up, survive and rebuild."

Sandy - Google Crisis Map

Damage assessment, supplies and resources, volunteering opportunities, repair status and much more across the tri-boro area.

American Red Cross - How You Can Help: Hurricane Sandy

How You Can Help: Hurricane Sandy
The American Red Cross in Greater New York is a nonprofit humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to individuals affected by disasters, and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

Occupy Sandy Relief | InterOccupy Hub

Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to help distribute resources & volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy. A coalition of people & organizations who are dedicated to implementing aid and establishing hubs for neighborhood resource distribution. Members of this coalition are from Occupy Wall Street, 350.org, recovers.org and interoccupy.net.

Occupy Sandy Relief | Real-time Live Updates from Sandy Social Media

The real time updates of Occupy Sandy, also visible on Twitter under #OccupySandy

Ways To Help Sandy Relief Efforts In NYC - NY1.com

Here is a partial list of ways to donate and volunteer to help Sandy relief efforts in New York City. |

Hurricane Recovery and Volunteer Resources - NYTimes.com

A list from the New York Times for places to help, find help, donate, support, volunteer

New York Cares :: Disaster Response

New York Cares meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service. Part of NYCGov.

How to Help | Sandy Recovery - WNYC

Are you able to assist in storm cleanup? Volunteer your nursing skills? We're keeping an updated list of how people can help.

How to help in New York City after Hurricane Sandy [UPDATED]

Find out where to volunteer in NYC, who to donate money to and how to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

The New York Blood Center

Where to donate blood in NYC.

Food Bank For New York City

Food Bank For New York City warehouses and distributes free food for over 1.5 million hungry New Yorkers each year.

Lower East Side recovers.org

recovers.org helps towns organize disaster recovery with mobile and web-based technology

Brooklyn Recovery Fund | Brooklyn Community Foundation

The Brooklyn Recovery Fund is a joint effort between the Brooklyn Community Foundation, the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President, and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to create a pooled fund to provide support to Brooklyn’s nonprofit organizations working with the communities and individuals most affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Astoria recovers.org

recovers.org helps towns organize disaster recovery with mobile and web-based technology

Staten Island Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Organizing help information for Staten Island recovery effort. An online crowdsourcing interactive map created for Staten Islands Hurricane Relief.

Staten Island recovers.org

recovers.org helps towns organize disaster recovery with mobile and web-based technology

Strong Island

Long Island helping Long Island

Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund

To donate to the New Jersey Relief fund

Jersey Shore Hurricane News

Jersey Shore Hurricane News, South Seaside Park.

Red Hook recovers.org

recovers.org helps towns organize disaster recovery with mobile and web-based technology

Eventbrite curated list of fundraising events

Eventbrite NYC aka @BriteNYC's list of fund raising events as well as resources for the victims of Sandy

Salvation Army

Donate to the Salvation Army to help the victims of hurricane Sandy

Artists/Musicians/Writers/Performers: Resources for Recovering from Sandy

Here are some resources for artists and arts organizations. If you are a Staten Island-based artist needing person-to-person support, please contact Melanie Cohn at the COAHSI offices and at mcohn@statenislandarts.org.

from Womencentric.net

Links to the local fundraising initiatives for members