Hurricane Sandy Relief Continues, Thanks to Supporters

Thank you to everyone who has supported The Salvation Army’s ongoing relief efforts along the East Coast following Hurricane Sandy’s devastating blow.

Over the last few days, we have been blessed with encouraging comments from fans and followers on our Facebook and Twitter pages, and continue to receive an abundance of offers to help through either donating or volunteering. We are incredibly thankful for this thoughtful and generous support which enables our Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) crews to meet the needs of communities in crisis throughout the northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.

In New York City, The Salvation Army has served hundreds of thousands meals via several service sites and mobile canteens. With the assistance of 400 National Guard troops, The Salvation Army was able to deliver meals to shut-in residents.

In New Jersey, The Salvation Army is supporting first responders and survivors with food and emotional and spiritual care in 15 shelters throughout 10 counties.

And in Maryland and West Virginia where two feet of snow had left thousands without power and in dire need, The Salvation Army supported evacuees with food and shelter.

If you would like to support those in need through the services of The Salvation Army, there are a few ways in which you can donate:

  • Online: Visit
  • By Phone:  1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769).
  • Text-to-Give: Text the word STORM to 80888, and confirming the donation with the word, “Yes.”*
  • By Mail: Checks may be designated and made out to:

The Salvation Army Disaster Services Center

PO BOX 1959

Atlanta, GA 30301.

For full details on The Salvation Army’s disaster relief efforts up and down the Coast, please see the official press release here, or visit

We thank you for your continuous prayers and support for these communities in need.

*A one-time donation of $10 will be billed to your mobile phone bill. Messaging & data rates may apply. Donations are collected for The Salvation Army by Reply STOP to 80888 to stop. Reply HELP to 80888 for help. For terms, see

8 Comments on “Hurricane Sandy Relief Continues, Thanks to Supporters

  1. I am in a bidding war for an auction in support of Sandy relief
    If I win I would make a donation by cc in bid amount BUT I will need a confirmation
    by email so I can let the person know that I donated………….and it can then be
    written off
    Is it possible for someone to do that for me?
    If not, then I need to find another organization to support.
    Thank you

  2. I am a big suporter of your truly wonderful organization. However the people of New York have spoken and it is clear to me they beleive FEMA and President Obama “will do them the most good” .Let them eat beans.

  3. where can i bring donations for victims of hurricane Sandy en NJ. I am in Worcester MA.

  4. Well,despite the devastating effect of Hurricane Sandy,it is a good thing that there are still people who can care and give help to people who are in dire need.Thank you for sharing these inspiring pictures and information.

  5. Is ‘Doing the Most Good’ really an appropriate slogan?

  6. Hi Sarah, we are so thankful for your donations! Please do consider donating these to your local Salvation Army, as this will fill the need in your local community, and help with future disaster relief.

    To support Hurricane Sandy survivors, The Salvation Army asks for monetary donations as this allows our Emergency Disaster Services teams to meet the immediate and unique needs of victims. Please visit for ways to donate. Thank you so much for your thoughtful support.

  7. Growing up we were taught the importance of sharing & caring. Thank you for being there for so many. I onlyhave one question. About Sandy, while reading the areas you helped I missed something, did you assist Long Islanders in anyway?

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