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  Hurricane Sandy Recovery Efforts
   disaster response
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What is the difference between these two funds?

Donate To United Way and 2-1-1
Funds donated to United Way will be used to help United Way continue to be the voice in the dark with 2-1-1 and to strengthen the long-term needs of our community in education, financial stability and health.

Donate to the Westchester Disaster Recovery Fund
This fund is designed to help the long-term recovery of Westchester residents when all other services are depleted. A partnership between United Way and Westchester County. To pay by check please NOTE "Westchester Disaster Recovery Fund" on the check. Read more.

To pay by check: Mail checks to 336 Central Park Avenue, White Plains NY 10601. Make sure you write which fund you are donating to on on the check.

Other Ways to Help

image1 Volunteer at United Way's 2-1-1 Call Center - All spots currently filled
Thousands of people have called United Way’s 2-1-1 before, during and after the storm. Volunteers are needed to both respond to 2-1-1 storm related calls and to input the calls into the system so we can give reports to elected officials about the changing needs in the community. Special thanks to The Volunteer Center of United Way for their help managing United Way’s 2-1-1 volunteers.
To sign up for future opportunities to volunteer with 2-1-1 please email lclifford@uwwp.org or call 914-997-6700 x706.
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Sandy Recovery Efforts Throughout the Region
The Volunteer Center of United Way has an ongoing list of Sandy recovery needs. New items are added every day so check back frequently.

Find out how you can help.

image2 Donate Food: Find a Food Pantry Near You
United Way’ 2-1-1 is seeing a rising volume of calls from people in need for food. United Way met with the Food Bank of Westchester and Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless to find out what emerging needs there are.

Most needed food items include:
Peanut Butter in plastic, Jelly (squeeze in plastic), Crackers, Tuna Fish, Canned cooked tiny "hog dogs", Can pull-up top soups, Can preferred: fruit, Can preferred: baked beans, Nuts and dried fruit, Baby diapers all sizes, Rice (white, brown, basmati), Water, Canned beans (pinto, kidney, etc.)

Please consider donating to your local food pantry. Click here for a full list.

Thank you for all your help!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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