Information from our community partners about Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

posted Nov 18, 2012, 5:03 PM by Karen C.

For a list of warming centers, charging stations and shelters open to the public please refer to this Montclair Patch article that is being updated on a daily basis.   

  

NJ 211   

One of the best resources for finding existing volunteer opportunities across the state is through NJ 2-1-1. Click here or call "2-1-1" 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week for information.


NJ HELPS
For complete information on all state social services and on-line applications please visithttp://www.njhelps.org.

NJ Volunteer Emergency Response Hotline is 1-800-JERSEY-7 (1-800-537-7397

Salvation Army   

To volunteer with the Salvation Army and help with relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy please use the link below to complete their volunteer application form.    

http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_nj.nsf/ 

 

Anyone who wants to make a financial contribution, can direct it to The Salvation Army - noted Hurricane Sandy.  They are also taking donations of non-perishable food items, water, blankets, sleeping bags, flashlights, batteries.   

 

United Way of Northern New Jersey  

Considering the gas shortage, the United Way is advising residents to stay local and help neighbors in our communities by sharing a warm meal or an outlet to charge a cell phone. Or register with their Volunteer Link website here. You'll be invited to record your skills and interests so you can be alerted to suitable opportunities in your area as they arise.

 

For those wishing to make donations there is also the United Way Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund. Financial donations are most efficient in bringing relief to those impacted. Cash can be used to meet specific needs of survivors while also rebuilding the local economy.

 

 

Please forward and share this message with community members that may need this information.

 

 

Pam Scott

Executive Director  

Partners for Health Foundation  

www.partnersfdn.org   

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