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Helping those affected by Hurricane Sandy
Please join us in crocheting, knitting, loom knitting and sewing needed item for victims of Hurricane Sandy!
Below you will find links adn other info on places accepting handmade hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, blankets and much more!  Please send boxes or envelopes out with handmade goodies as soon as you can.

 
On right, LDS members in Pennsylvania cleaning up, and on left helping Catholic Charities clean up in Brooklyn, NY
To donate to LDS Charities
CLICK HERE

    Accepting Handmade and other items:

"A friend in New York City donates to the Visiting Nurse Service of NY, and they would welcome handcrafted items for hurricane victims.  Baby to elderly and everyone in-between. Washable yarn probably best."(Carol)  Items can be sent asap. 

Kathy Harrington, Volunteer Coordinator
Visiting Nurse Service of New York
107 E. 70th Street
New York, NY 10021



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Needed 200,000 warm coats to help the people of the NY area because of Hurricane Sandy.
http://newyorkcares.org/volunteer/holiday_volunteering/coat_drive/give.php


Search Bev's Country Cottage  for hats, scarves, mittens, toys, washcloths, afghans etc PATTERNS

Update- Nov 3 - I have heard from other knitters and crocheters that for handmade items there seems to be a need for sweaters, all sizes, and blankets. One thing I have thought of is that this need will likely be around a while- all winter, so if you are slow, not to worry as  items will be needed for months.


My son Shaun took this photo today (11-3-12)  at a local store... no bread
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Monetary donations needed:

CARE is delivering emergency clean water and hygiene supplies. Donate to CARE.



Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
is working to help all those affected by this storm including those hard hit areas like Haiti.

Christian Aid Ministries, an Amish-Mennonite organization, has a response team in the eastern part of the US (Pennsylvania, Virginia and New York) Donate to help fund this effort.

The Episcopal Diocese of New York is collecting financial donations to respond to victims’ needs. You can donate through the national organization, Episcopal Relief and Development.

LDS Charities - (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) 100% of money donated goes to those in need.

The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod is accepting financial donations to assist with needs. Visit their website for photos, and to see what they are doing.

Mercury One - acception monies to reach out to victims of this terrible disaster.


Operation USA
is providing aid to victims of Hurricane Sandy. Donate online at www.opusa.org, by phone at (800) 678-7255, or by check made out to Operation USA, 7421 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Red Cross is seeking monetary donations, and blood donations from those living in the area, so they can provide immediate first aid,  food, water, temporary shelter etc.

Samaritan's Purse - reaching out to help all they can - www.samaritanspurse.org

The Salvation Army is helping with food and clean-up kits in the Sandy affected areas.

UMCOR homepage- collecting much needed cleaning supplies




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