Disaster Relief Resources: Non-profits and charities

Date Published: 
October, 2013

The following are non-profit organizations that aim to provide disaster relief to communities and individuals impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

To list an organization, email: elizabeth@goodjobsfirst.org

Repair the Rockaways is a crowd-source funding site for Respond and Rebuild. 

Henry Street Settlement in Lower Manhattan provides free mental health counseling to people and families affected by Sandy. Hot line: (800) 543-3638; In Chinese:(877)990-8585.  

Community Resource Exchange lists many nonprofit disaster relief resources for individuals, communities and small businesses. 

The NYC Home Repair Consortium seeks to repair 600 homes that have non-structural damage with unmet needs.

The (华埠服务社) Greater Chinatown Community Association provides translation assistance in Mandarin and Cantonese for business owners wanting to apply for FEMA and SBA funding. Phone: 212-374-0032. 

Smart Response collects and shares data on relief organizations coordinating donations and volunteer support for Sandy victims.  

FEGS Project Hope Crisis Counseling Program offers free crisis outreach services to residents of New York City and Long Island affected by Hurricane Sandy. Project Hope