Disaster Relief for Hurricane Sandy: How to Give or Get Help

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, people across the region are beginning the long road to recovery, dealing with the destruction and finding ways to help those in need.

Executive Director of Catholic Charities Monsignor Kevin Sullivan noted, “Catholic Charities has been in the forefront of helping the disaster victims…Our workers, trained in disaster response, are prepared to meet the human needs such disasters cause.”

Catholic Charities is available in multiple ways to help meet these needs for you and your neighbors:

  • For Help: If you or anyone you know has lost power or been evacuated, click here for available resources.

Catholic Charities appreciates your support as we work together with our neighbors, providing help and creating hope in this time of great need.

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3 Responses to “Disaster Relief for Hurricane Sandy: How to Give or Get Help”

  1. Frank Maggio says:

    My friends and I wouldlike to learn about how we can assist after Hurricane Sandy. A few of us were fortunate to have assisted in MS after Katrina. A suggestion would be to contact the Diocese of Biloxi, MS to have them share their ideas.

    Look forward to hearing back.

    Thanks,

  2. Christi Banks says:

    I am a civil engineer and helped with the clean-up/rebuild after Hurricane Katrina. The company I worked for arranged for 30 superintendents and workers to help around 10 households rebuild. I am Catholic living in the Diocese of Cheyenne Wyoming. I would like to come to give real help in the clean-up and rebuilding effort especially in the hard-hit areas of Staten Island and areas in NJ.

    I look forward to hearing any way I might be of help. Many prayers go out to those that are struggling! Time is of this essence with winter coming….

    God bless!

  3. admin says:

    Hello Christi and Frank,

    Thanks so much for your willingness to help those affected by the hurricane. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit: http://www.catholiccharitiesnyvolunteer.org for volunteer options or e-mail ccvolunteer@archny.org. To help in Brooklyn and Queens, please contact Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens through here: http://www.ccbq.org/about-us/contact-us.

    If you have any further inquiries, please contact cccontactus@archny.org

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