Week Two: Salvation Army Continues Service In NY and NJ

The Salvation Army continues to serve hundreds of thousands of storm survivors following Hurricane Sandy. The most heavily impacted areas include New York and New Jersey where The Salvation Army remains committed to providing food, shelter and emotional and spiritual care.

In New Jersey, The Salvation Army is serving first responders and survivors at 16 shelters throughout the area and has been serving meals in 12 counties. In New York City, The Salvation Army – as the lead agency for the City’s Food Access Plan – is working with partners from across the city to coordinate the distribution of badly needed water and food supplies to 17 sites in Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.

These locations include:

Staten Island

  • Parking Lot – Corner of Mill Road & New Dorp Lane
  • Midland Beach – Father Capodano Boulevard and Hunter Avenue

Queens

  • Conch Playground – 51st Street & Rockaway Beach Boulevard
  • Hammel Playground – 84th Street & Rockaway Beach Boulevard
  • Red Fern House Playground – Redfern Avenue & Beach 12th Street
  • Breezy Point Parking Lot – Highland Park (between Rockaway Pt Blvd and East Market Pkway)
  • St. Francis De Sales – 129 Rocky Beach Blvd

Brooklyn

  • Coney Island – Surf Ave Playground – West 25th Street & Surf Avenue
  • Red Hook – Coffey Park – 85 Richards Street

Manhattan

  • Chelsea Park: West 27th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues
  • Lower East Side: Vladic Playground – East 10th Street, between C & D Avenues
  • Lower East Side: Al Smith Playground – Catherine Street, between Cherry & Monroe Streets
  • Lower East Side: Hamilton Fish Playground – Pitt Street & East Houston Street
  • West Village: Washington Square – 3 Washington Square Village, #1A, entrance at Bleeker
  • Financial District: PS 234 ­–   295 Greenwich, between Warren and Murray
  • Grand Street Settlement Houses (Water Only) – 413 Grand Street
  • Confucius Plaza on Division Street

Volunteers serving in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood

    In Nassau County, NY, meals ready to eat provided by the state and 1,000 blankets provided by The Salvation Army are currently being distributed to residents of Island Park, one of the hardest hit areas. And in nearby Suffolk County, NY, The Salvation Army is working to distribute in-kind donations for Sandy survivors.

    The Salvation Army is so thankful for your continued support. If you would like to make a donation towards our relief efforts along the East Coast, please visit www.SalvationArmyUSA.org. You can also donate via text message: simply text the word “STORM” to 80888 to make a $10 donation through your mobile phone.* To donate by phone, please call 1-800-SAL-ARMY to donate over the phone.

    To send a check by mail, please designate the check “2012 Hurricane Season” and send to:

    The Salvation Army Disaster Services Center
    PO Box 1959
    Atlanta, GA 30301

    For more updates, please visit our Facebook page (Salvation Army USA), Twitter page (@SalvationArmyUS) and Emergency Disaster Services website: www.Disaster.SalvationArmyUSA.org.

    16 Comments on “Week Two: Salvation Army Continues Service In NY and NJ

    1. Hello – where can volunteers sign up to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New York City? Thank you

    2. How can I contribute clothing & blankets, etc. – I live in Maryland and the local Salvation Army has no collection services designated for Sandy relief.

    3. I have clothing to donate to residents of the Jersey Shore. Where can I do this please. I live in
      Apollo PA 15613.

    4. I live in Virginia, but will be driving to NYC this weekend. If I collect used clothing, etc. from my neighbors for hurricane victims, and bring them to NYC, will there be a location where I can drop them off to put them to good use?

    5. if we are coming in from the city, how could we get to either of the staten island locations?

    6. How can I help? Do I just show up to help give food out or help clean up?

    7. Trying to bring in a box of clothing, but your LOCATIONS link doesnt work – error message: 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable. Also in the DONATE NOW SEARCH box: Sorry, your search for 17517 produced no results.
      NEED HELP HERE ASAP!

    8. Ania – thanks for bringing this to our attention. We’re looking into this. Please call 1-800-SA-TRUCK to schedule a pickup. We are so appreciative of your donations and support.

    9. Hi, Jane- please reach out to The Salvation Army in the area in which you wish to help with this question. We are always looking for volunteers. You are a blessing, and we thank you for your willingness to help.

      You can also donate to our relief efforts along the East Coast by visiting http://www.SalvationArmyUSA.org. For other ways to donate, you can visit: http://blog.salvationarmyusa.org/2012/11/05/week-two-salvation-army-continues-service-in-ny-and-nj/

      Thank you again.

    10. Hi, Ayako – Please consider donating to our relief efforts along the East Coast by visiting http://www.SalvationArmyUSA.org. For other ways to donate, you can visit: http://blog.salvationarmyusa.org/2012/11/05/week-two-salvation-army-continues-service-in-ny-and-nj/

      Monetary donations allow our Emergency Disaster Services teams to meet the unique needs of storm survivors.

      In times of disaster, our stores fill these needs from existing, pre-sorted stock. By continuing to donate gently-used household goods to your local Salvation Army store, you not only help your community, you help us prepare for future disaster relief needs. To find your nearest drop-off location, please go to http://www.satruck.org.

      Thank you again.

    11. Marilyn – Donations such as these help us prepare for future disaster relief needs. To find your nearest drop-off location, please go to http://www.satruck.org.

      Thank you for your continued support!

    12. Hi, Barbara-

      In times of disaster, our stores fill these needs from existing, pre-sorted stock. By continuing to donate gently-used household goods to your local Salvation Army store, you not only help your community, you help us prepare for future disaster relief needs. To find your nearest drop-off location, please go to http://www.satruck.org.

      The Salvation Army is also accepting monetary donations for Hurricane Sandy relief. Please visit http://www.SalvationArmyUSA.org. to donate. For more ways to donate, please visit http://blog.salvationarmyusa.org/2012/11/08/noreaster-strikes-ny-and-nj-salvation-army-relief-efforts-continue/

      Many thanks, Barbara.

    13. Fantastic website. Lots οf useful information ɦere. I am sending іt to a few
      friends ans additionally sharing іn delicious. Αnd of coursе, thanҝ уou tо yߋur sweat!

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.

    You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>