Recovering After Hurricane Sandy: Ways to Get Involved and Where to go for Help
The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has created a great deal of devastation in many communities throughout New York State. Our government agencies and first responders have been working hard to make sure our infrastructure is up and running again, but there is still much work to do. It is important that those of us who are able to volunteer give back to those who were severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy through loss of power, water, and damages due to severe flooding. Below you'll find information on agencies that are seeking volunteers and information on where to go if you have suffered damages due to Hurricane Sandy.
Where to Volunteer:
Resources for Disaster Assistance:
I hope you find this resource list helpful. As always, feel free to contact my office at (212) 828-5829 if you have questions or need further assistance. Also, please follow me on twitter: @SenatorSerrano and on Facebook:Facebook.com/SenatorJoseMSerrano for additional updates. Remember, for all non-emergency, storm related questions or concerns, please dial 311. ONLY dial 911 for a serious, life-threatening emergencies.