ROBIN HOOD RESPONDS: HURRICANE SANDY
WHERE TO GIVE ITEMS & FOOD

Good ShepHerd Services
Deliver to: Good Shepherd Services, Attn: Rachel 173 Conover Street, Brooklyn, NY between 11am to 5 pm
Flashlights, D batteries, blankets, Mylar thermal blankets, baby wipes, diapers, feminine products, cleaning supplies, detergent, toilet paper, baby food, formula, new socks and underwear.  Please do NOT bring clothes - they have an oversupply of clothes right now. 

Coalition for the HomeleSs
Deliver to: 129 Fulton Street, Manhattan or they can arrange to pick up a large quantity of coats
100 XL or XXL adult down jackets to be distributed by their mobile feeding program

Deliver to: Friends House, 130 East 25th Street, Manhattan.
The Friends House, a 60-bed AIDS residence, is in desperate need of blankets.  

RED HOOK INITIATIVE
Deliver to: 173 Conover Street OR Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 98 Richards Street/ Verona Street between 10am - 5 pm
Canned Food/ Non-perishables / Flashlights/ Candles/ Blankets

Deliver to: 402 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn. 10 am - 5 pm
Heavy Duty cleaning supplies: rags, gloves, trash bags, masks, mops, buckets, bleach, brooms, dehumidifiers, generators, pumps

Deliver to: Red Hook Initiative, 767 Hicks Street 11 am - 5 pm  If you plan to bring a meal, send an email to food@rhicenter.org.
Ready to serve, hot meals. Please tell us if you plan to deliver hot food and at what time. We’d like to try to make sure we have enough and that we don’t get too much knowing other communities need the same.

http://rhicenter.org/tag/hurricane-relief/

St. John's Bread and Life
Deliver to: 795 Lexington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221 (Attn: Janette Mercedes).  Note you can also ship items to this address, but please have them reach the facility as soon as possible.
Baby food, formula, rice cereal for infants, toiletries (including, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, feminine products, shampoo/conditioner), blankets, sweaters, diapers (size 5-6 most requested), batteries, flashlights, socks, thermal underwear, hats and scarves (child and adult), sleeping bags

THE RIVER FUND
Deliver (before 7 pm) to: The River Fund Attn: Swami  89-11 Lefferts Blvd. Richmond Hill, NY 11418.  You can also ship to this address - the sooner they receive these items, the better!
Canvas tote bags (to carry home food and goods that are being donated), hand warmers, feet warmers, blankets, hats, gloves, scarves and socks.

NYCHA
Deliver to: RCano Events, 43-42 10th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
In need of 90,000 blankets and coats.

Deliver or ship to: Gowanus Community Center, 420 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Baby food, ready-made formula, diapers (newborn - size 6), toddler training pants (size 4+), evaporated milk, Pediasure, Ensure (regular and for diabetics), canned goods, protein/granola bars, flashlights, batteries (especially C and D), candles, blankets, Mylar thermal blankets, peanut butter, sliced bread, fruits (apples, oranges, bananas), testing strips for diabetics, disposable hand warmers, gloves.

PROJECT HOSPITALITY
Deliver to: 100 Park Avenue Staten Island, NY 10302
Toiletries, new socks, new underwear, sweatpants and sweatshirts, coats, blankets, batteries, LED lanterns

Deliver or ship to: 514 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10304
Non-perishable food

AID SERVICE CENTER
Deliver or ship to:  41 East 11th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY  10003 Attn: Brenda OR AIDS Service Center, 2036 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10032 Attn: Brenda
Toiletries (soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste), first aid kits, diapers, baby wipes, winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, blankets, canned goods and non-perishable food
 

NY CARES
Deliver to: 157 West 31st Street between 6th and 7th Avenue. Hours of operation: Monday through Friday. 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
New or gently used, warms winter coats.
If you have additional questions, please contact Lia Papazoglou at lia.papazoglou@newyorkcares.org.

NYC SERVICE
NYC Service has a variety of ways to get involved in the cleanup and recovery efforts throughout the five boroughs.  As they receive more information, more opportunities will be added and current ones updated.  Check out their website to find out how you can help your neighbors.

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