Super Storm Sandy- Updates and Resources

Flooded Cars in New York parking areaHurricane Sandy pounded the East Coast leaving millions of people homeless and causing billions of dollars in damage from fallen trees, power lines, flooding and fire.

Through our experience responding to Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, we know Adirondackers care deeply about their neighbors and give back in times of crisis.

Here are some ways to help those in need as a result of Sandy's ferocity:

The American Red Cross offers immediate emergency response to those in need. Donate Now to Red Cross Disaster Response.
Adirondack Community Trust fund holders can also make a grant recommendation to the Red Cross or other organization through their fund.

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo's website offers updates on the aftermath of Sandy and local resources in NYC for disaster assistance.

New York City's website also offers important updated information on the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in New York City such as emergency shelter locations, transportation updates and re-occupation information.

The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City is accepting donations to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims.  100% of donations to this fund go to support those in need.  There are no fees associated with support offered through the Mayor's Fund.

Tree on a house after SandyThank you for all you do to support Adirondack communities and beyond.