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How You Can Help Sandy's Victims in Northeast

The New York Red Cross offers ways you can help friends and family devastated by the storm.

The American Red Cross Greater New York Region provided the following information with suggestions for helping those affected by the impact of Sandy.

  • Donate Blood or Host A Blood Drive
    Encourage employees to participate in community blood drives and/or host a blood drive on-site for both staff and customers. As a blood drive sponsor, you can help meet the blood needs of patients in your community and across the United States.
  • Implement a Customer Donation Program
    Give your customers the opportunity to support Disaster Relief by simply adding a dollar amount to their total purchase.   
  • Sponsor an Employee Giving and Matching Gift Program
    Engage employees by sponsoring a fundraising campaign in support of Disaster Relief and provide an incentive to participate by matching employee donations.
  • Conduct a Percentage of Sales Program
    Showcase your commitment to the Red Cross and the people we serve while generating sales for your company by donating a percentage of your sales to Disaster Relief.
  • Donate Ad Space
    Donate a portion of your advertising inventory and help share our stories about the individuals, families and communities affected by disaster. 
  • Place a Red Cross Banner Ad on Your Website
    Place a Red Cross banner ad on your company website to reinforce your support of the Red Cross and encourage donations through our Donate Now webpage.
  • Text "REDCROSS" to 90999 to Make a Donation
    Customers of participating wireless carriers can make a $10 donation to support Disaster Relief by texting “REDCROSS” to 90999. Donations will be added to your mobile phone bill or deducted from your prepaid account. Message and data rates may apply. Full terms and privacy policy can be found at redcross.org/m.
Carol Walsh November 04, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Is there a way to send warm clothes directly to that area?

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