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Hurricane Sandy Flood Recovery 2012

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, millions of people are in desperate need of assistance. Damage is estimated at over $30 billion and the death toll is now at 120. New York City, New Jersey and Long Island have been hit the hardest. The university community is anxious to respond with any sort of assistance it can contribute. This page has been established in order to provide guidance to individuals as well as campus organizations interested in making an impact. Read more here.

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Donations
Click above for information on making donations of money, food, and other items.
 

If you intend on planning a fundraiser or resource drive, please donate to one of the organizations listed on this page.

Find more information on where to find help, government assistance and updates, click below.

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Off campus opportunities
Click above for more information about upcoming Sandy Relief Events and volunteer opportunities.
 

Hillel Winter Break Relief Volunteer Opportunities Sign-Up

Hillel at Binghamton is working now to identify projects that students may be able to do during Winter Break 2012-13. Thousands of college students will return to the NY / NJ area during breaks and we can make a big difference in the lives of people who were so affected by the storm.

In order to match you up with the kinds of projects you could do and when you are available, please use the form here. This form is a statement of interest, not a commitment that you will definitely volunteer, but it gives us a good sense of the people who will be available to volunteer.

 

Please let us know if you hear about events and volunteer opportunities to support Sandy Relief efforts. Email us: cce@binghamton.edu

Donate through United WaySearch for  projects through United Way's network - 2-1-1 Helpline.  Click "Give Help" to become a registered volunteer and search for community projects and needs.

 

Click here for on campus opportunities
Click above for information about how to plan your own fundraiser or resource drive.
Keep in mind that in times of crisis, nonprofits prefer that you donate money over items. Please consider this before organizing a resource drive. PLEASE DO NOT COLLECT USED CLOTHING.
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Last Updated: 11/21/12