Distributing THE SANDY Relief FUND

The Robin Hood Relief Fund is providing meaningful assistance to organizations that are serving the areas hardest hit by the storm ­—including Coney Island, Red Hook, the Jersey Shore, Staten Island, Long Island, Connecticut and the Rockaways. The groups who received funding Include members of Robin Hood’s existing grantee-network, as well as other organizations that have rallied to aid victims of the storm and its aftermath. 

65% to groups offering housing assistance, such as home repairs and renovations, mold remediation, rental assistance and moving fees.
14% to benefits/legal counseling which includes helping people apply for FEMA and other benefits (unemployment insurance, food stamps), assistance navigating insurance claims, filing appeals for insurance/FEMA denials, and other legal assistance.
7% to medical and mental health support, including counseling services, nursing care and medical supplies. 
5% has gone to organizations providing individual and emergency assistance, such as water, blankets, cash grants and organizational support in the immediate wake of the storm; also includes $2 million grant to New York City Non-Profit Recovery Loan Program.
4% to education programs that provided tutoring to displaced students and day care services.
3% to food pantries and soup kitchens which provided hundreds of thousands of meals to storm victims.
2% to groups helping people find/train for new jobs.

 

SEe The MAP    IN-KIND AND OTHER GRANTS

Please note that as of March 14, 2013, the Robin Hood Foundation is no longer accepting on-line grant applications for Hurricane Sandy Relief since we are in the process of granting the remainder of our funds to organizations serving individuals in need throughout the tri-state area.

Please visit our RESOURCE Page for organizations providing direct assistance.

ORGANIZATION

AMOUNT

OBJECTIVE

AREA

1199SEIU Bill Michelson Home Care Education Fund$25,000To compensate home health aides for financial hardship. Many of the 2,700 aides with cases in the Rockaways and Staten Island stayed with elderly patients for extended periods. Others lost wages, as they were unable to travel to their clients.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, 
180 Turning Lives Around$70,000To conduct family-based counseling sessions for more than 400 residents of the storm-damaged County through the employment of two case workers and counselors specializing in trauma-based therapy.Monmouth, 
21 Plus$10,000To replace furnishings, medical supplies and pantry staples for two developmentally disabled adults in Ocean County who lost their home. The recipients were relocated to a new, independent apartment furnished by the grant.Ocean, 
Accion USA$100,000To fund the employment of three additional temporary loan officers to handle the increased demand from impacted small business borrowers.Queens, 
Achiezer$200,000To employ two additional social workers to address increased demand for mental health, medical, insurance and emergency financial needs in the Far Rockaway and Five Towns areas of Nassau County.Nassau, 
Adelante of Suffolk County$200,000To provide crisis counseling, case management and emergency cash assistance to 1,000 Spanish-speaking families in need in Suffolk County.Suffolk, 
Affordable Housing Alliance$1,310,000To purchase, transport and install 22 new homes for low-income displaced residents of Monmouth County and provide rental assistance for displaced residents who cannot afford the security deposit on a new rental property.Monmouth, 
After Hours Project$25,000To expand health, social and supportive services for low-income residents of Brooklyn in storm zones. To defray additional emergency operating costs.Brooklyn, 
Afya Foundation$200,000To provide medical equipment to 50 practices in Brighton Beach, Staten Island and Coney Island that serve immigrant communities. By reopening the clinics, more than 25,000 New Yorkers can resume medical care in their community. Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
AHRC Nassau$200,000To support an emergency cash fund to assist roughly 50-75 low-income families in Nassau County using AHRC services for their children. To help defray the cost of the transport vehicles and housing repairs. Nassau, 
Ali Forney Center$25,000To provide emergency food and supplies for homeless LGBT youth and to defray additional operating expenses, such as staffing support.Manhattan, 
All Hands Volunteers$1,000,000To muck, gut and remediate mold in homes in Long Island and Staten Island and train volunteers to expand the program.Staten Island, Nassau, 
American Friends Service Committee$10,000To ensure 150-300 immigrant day laborers working to clean-up and reconstruct storm impacted sites in Orange, Elizabeth and Palisades Park receive fair wages.Essex, 
AmeriCorps St. Louis$25,000To enable the organization, along with the Long Island Volunteer Center, to jointly deploy three to ten person volunteer teams daily, five days a week. Over three months, the grant will allow for muck-out and clean-ups of 180 houses, at a cost of about $500 per home.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Andrew Glover Youth Program$25,000To provide emergency food, expanded services, staff support and supplies to young adults and their families in the Lower East Side and East Harlem. To defray operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Asian Americans for Equality$100,000To launch operations in Coney Island and employ two HUD-certified housing counselors and two service caseworkers to help residents apply for unemployment and housing subsidies, FEMA registrations and SBA loan applications.Queens, 
Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless (ACE)$65,000To provide training in mold remediation and place 55 program graduates in recovery and rebuilding positions.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Atlantic City Long Term Recovery Group$300,000To support essential needs, such as housing, and to provide ongoing case management services for financially vulnerable Atlantic City residents. Atlantic, 
Atlantic County Long Term Recovery Group$300,000Funds will be used to assist low-income and vulnerable Sandy victims living in Atlantic County municipalities impacted by Sandy with financial assistance for rent, mortgage and security deposits and the purchasing of essential home contents and appliances. The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey will serve as the fiscal agent for the grant which will provide assistance ranging between $500 and $2,000 per family on average.Atlantic, 
Bank Street College of Education$50,000To provide a six-week therapeutic classroom intervention and follow up at PS 52 in Sheepshead Bay, PS 197 in Far Rockaway and the Community and Family Head Start Center in Far Rockaway, as these institutions were identified to have a high concentration of students and staff who experienced storm-related trauma and upheaval.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center$100,000To support the rental of four portable classrooms to allow them to accommodate 48 more children until their damaged building reopens. The organization provides childcare to families across southwest Nassau County. Nassau, 
Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation$160,000To provide rental assistance and home repairs for impacted clients.Hudson, 
Bayshore Discovery Project$130,000As New Jersey's poorest county, Cumberland did not receive long term recovery funding until the last days of January. This grant will go toward funding unmet needs and providing part-time case management.Cumberland, 
Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture$25,000To provide for emergency services, relocation, food and supplies for storm-impacted patients.Manhattan, 
Bergen County CAP$225,000This grant will enable B.C.C.A.P. to support low-income members of the community, helping them return to safe and stable housing through rental assistance and security deposits as well as appliance and furniture replacement.Bergen, 
Bergen County Long Term Recovery Committee$750,000To fund the unmet needs roundtable, helping to provide financial assistance to low-income and working class residents to help them return to stable housing.Bergen, 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County$100,000To serve an additional 150 displaced families, matching youth aged five to seventeen with mentors, connecting adults with social services in Atlantic, Burlington and Ocean Counties and providing emergency cash for families to help them return to their homes.  Ocean, 
Borough of Beach Haven$200,000More than 1,100 single family homes in Beach Haven sustained damage due to Hurricane Sandy.  Funds will go to support the short-term needs of senior citizens, such as payment of utility bills, basic needs and repairs to make homes livable as well as the long term needs of year-round residents who need to fill gaps between home expenses and insurance/FEMA coverage.Ocean, 
Borough of Belmar$150,000To bridge the gap between the cost of home repairs and insurance payouts for up to 50 families in need in Belmar to ensure they are able to return home.Monmouth, 
Borough of Keansburg Trust$300,000The Borough of Keansburg has identified 140 low and moderate income owner-occupied residences and tenants/renters in the Borough whose properties were substantially damaged due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. This grant will fund the assessment demolition and rebuilding needs of these families and broaden outreach to an additional 1,700+ families.Monmouth, 
Borough of Lake Como$75,733To assist its residents in greatest need after 200 homes were flooded. Through an application process, basic needs are assessed and funds will be used for home repair, transportation, security deposits and rental assistance.Monmouth, 
Borough of Sayreville$165,000This grant will allow the Borough of Sayreville to hire a company that can provide elevation certificates - needed in order to get an accurate estimate of the cost to repair the homes in the flood-affected areas - for affected parts of the town. The grant will also go toward hiring a coordinator to track this assessment process and the status of the applications of the residents.Middlesex, 
Borough of Seaside Heights$359,700To provide $2,500 in direct financial support for the estimated 100 homeowners living at or below 250 percent of the poverty line and $500 to 300 renters.Ocean, 
Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc.$117,000To help clients achieve housing stability by paying for moving costs, security deposits, basic household supplies (bedding, furniture, kitchen supplies) and other necessities not covered by other disaster relief programs.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Breezy Point Disaster Relief Fund$250,000To provide assistance to needy Breezy Point residents to complete home repairs in this devastated neighborhood. Queens, 
Broad Channel Athletic Club$225,000To provide cash assistance to residents of the island in Jamaica Bay, so they can make necessary home repairs. Out of 1,100 homes on the island, only 200 are currently occupied. The rest are in need of major repairs and renovation. Queens, 
BronxWorks$25,000To provide emergency food, services and supplies to Bronx-based families and individuals and help defray additional operating expenses. Bronx, 
Brookdale Community College Foundation$125,000To provide $100-$1,000 in direct assistance to help keep 250-300 students enrolled in college.Monmouth, Ocean, 
Brooklyn Chinese-American Association$65,000To reach 250 Chinese immigrant families by conducting outreach and providing families with additional mental health care services over the next six months. Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Brooklyn Jubilee$180,000to continue operating legal clinic trailer at coney island/pastor connieBrooklyn, 
Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation$25,000To assess the twenty percent of Navy Yard businesses damaged by the hurricane and to help businesses secure emergency funding.Brooklyn, 
Caffrey Conroy Learning Center$10,000To replace lost items such as desks, chairs, tables, and other essentials so the Center, located just two blocks from the fires that destroyed homes in Breezy Point, can resume services for the families of Breezy Point. Queens, 
Cape May County Long Term Recovery Group$235,000To provide low-income and vulnerable Hurricane Sandy victims in Cape May County with rent payments, rental deposits, utility payments, home furnishings and mold remediation.Cape May, 
Carroll Gardens Association$120,000To replace the drywall and conduct mold remediation for eight of the CGA's 150 affordable housing units in Carroll Gardens, the Columbia Waterfront District and Red Hook.Brooklyn, 
Catholic Charities of San Diego (Rockaway Relief Fund)$100,000To assess and repair homes in the Rockaways, restoring heat, hot water and electricity, to make them habitable.Queens, 
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Metuchen$400,000To cover direct housing assistance for 155 households and to provide for long-term needs such as mental health services and relocation assistance. Middlesex, 
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton$137,500To help individuals with a range of services, including financial counseling, housing, and mental and physical health assistance. To support five trained disaster case managers for one year, and fund a mental health counselor trained to work with disaster survivors to help them cope.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
Center for Court Innovation$25,000To provide emergency assistance to at-risk youth.Manhattan, 
Center for Employment Opportunities$134,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to its client network of ex-offenders and support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm and to provide work crews for clean up services in several of the most affected areas.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Center for Family Life in Sunset Park$50,000To provide support, emergency supplies and cash assistance to people in the Coney Island and Brighton Beach areas of the impact zone.Brooklyn, 
Center for New York City Neighborhoods$250,000To provide grants to homeowners to clean up homes and make small repairs. To finance larger rebuilding projects and to provide gap financing or enhancement credit standing to help homeowners qualify for other repair programs.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Center for Urban Community Services$25,000To provide emergency assistance, food, blankets and supplies to low-income and formerly homeless individuals along with support for staffing and operating expenses.Bronx, 
Central Connecticut Coast YMCA$25,000To provide scholarships to families for pre-school, after-school and summer programs at the Fairfield, Woodruff (Milford), Soundview (Branford) and Bridgeport branches of the YMCA.Fairfield, 
Child Mind Institute$250,000To deploy clinicians to schools in areas especially hard-hit by Sandy, including Breezy Point, Coney Island, Red Hook, Staten Island and the Rockaways, reaching thousands of students in more than 100 public elementary, middle and high schools. Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Children's Aid Society$25,000To expand social services to families and children who reside in Richmond Terrace, Staten Island. Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, 
Children's Health Fund$500,000To provide free primary healthcare to people who aren’t able to travel to their usual medical provider by funding the ongoing deployment of mobile medical units and supplies.Manhattan, Bronx, 
Children's Storefront$25,000To provide emergency supplies and support to struggling students and their families. Manhattan, 
Chinese American Planning Council, Inc.$25,000To provide emergency support for staff and operating expenses to this provider of social services for the Asian immigrant community. Manhattan, 
Circulo de la Hispanidad, Inc.$125,000To provide funds to help low-income clients recover lost property, make security deposits or rental payments for short-term leases and to help with job placement services.Nassau, 
City Harvest$375,000To provide emergency food rescue and redistribution services to New Yorkers in need.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
City Meals on Wheels$70,000To provide funding for 9,000 additional meals to meet increased demand from home-bound elderly New Yorkers and individuals with disabilities. To fund the re-stocking of the warehouse for future distribution efforts.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
City of Bridgeport$500,000To help elderly and low-income residents of Marina Village and Seaside Village, developments that suffered significant damage due to Hurricane Sandy. To support housing rehabilitation, reconstruction, temporary rental assistance and furniture and appliance replacement.Fairfield, 
City of Hoboken, Department of Health and Human Services$210,000To repair and refurnish classrooms and office space for Hoboken Day Care 100. To restore Hoboken Family Planning, which served as the sole source of medical care for 45 women per week.Hudson, 
City of Milford Long Term Recovery Task Force$125,000To provide assistance to displaced homeowners in the community of Milford who are struggling with the cost of paying the mortgage, taxes, utilities and insurance on unserviceable homes while paying the rent on temporary housing. New Haven, 
Clubhouse of Suffolk$90,000To provide staffing support for a full-time, licensed mental health professional to provide in-office and home visits for 100-150 individuals affected by Hurricane Sandy. To provide $1,000 gift cards to 50 low-income Suffolk County residents to help replace lost and damaged furniture.Suffolk, 
Coalition for Hispanic Family Services$25,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to Latino children and families living in poverty, along with support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Brooklyn, 
Coalition for the Homeless$50,000To provide emergency cash assistance to homeless and displaced New Yorkers. To enable outreach and advocacy for individuals living in permanent and temporary shelters.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Coastal Habitat for Humanity$150,000To provide funds for labor and the purchase of supplies to repair 50 homes belonging to low-income and elderly individuals in Manasquan, Neptune and Belmar.  Monmouth, 
Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence$15,000To provide staffing support to enable outreach to the 300 individuals who have contacted them since Sandy to identify unmet needs and assist with the application for public benefits.Manhattan, 
Common Ground Community HDFC, Inc.$25,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to homeless individuals across New York City and support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Community Access, Inc.$100,000To provide residents of buildings without power and heat outages with necessary items and food and necessary repairs. To expand mental health services to affected areas in Brooklyn.Manhattan, Bronx, 
Community Affairs and Resources Center$60,000To serve Monmouth County residents thrown into unemployment by Hurricane Sandy with job-readiness training and vouchers for basic family needs.Monmouth, 
Community Development Corporation of Long Island$460,000To employ a full-time case manager to aid clients with rebuilding, construction management, mold remediation, mortgage and insurance issues in Suffolk County after being awarded a contract to operate the FEMA STEP program.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Community Environmental Center$100,000Community Environmental Center (CEC) is a longstanding provider of weatherization and energy efficiency services to low-income homeowners and multifamily buildings in New York City. CEC will combine funding under these programs with this grant to rebuild 20 homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Community Food Bank of New Jersey$430,000To train and employ eight temporary staff members to conduct food stamp, member agency, VITA (tax preparation) outreach to significantly expand their reach into some of the most affected communities in New Jersey, including Atlantic City.Ocean, 
Community Health Action of Staten Island, Inc.$65,000To canvass door-to-door in Staten Island to connect families to needed health care and benefits.Staten Island, 
Community Health Law Project$125,000To fund legal staff to represent 100 impacted people, many with more than one legal issue. The organization provides legal services to low-income persons with disabilities.  The attorneys will focus on shelter issues, foreclosures, FEMA, private insurance, health issues and appeals for denied benefits.    Monmouth, Ocean, 
Community Parents, Inc.$140,000To repair the first floor at a Head Start site in the Rockaways. To replace flood damaged equipment and furniture, enabling 40 children to return to school.Queens, 
Community Resources$20,000The Freeborn Street residence in Midland Beach houses adults with mental disabilities. Damaged due to flooding, these funds will help outfit the home with appliances and proper furniture for the residents.Staten Island, 
Community Services, Inc. of Ocean County$50,000To provide for additional hot meal delivery services for home-bound seniors in Ocean County.Ocean, 
Community Solutions$80,000To provide cash assistance for relocation, in coordination with the New York City Department of Homeless Services. To provide emergency food and supplies and support for increased staffing and operating expenses.Brooklyn, 
Coney Recovers$33,400To train and place residents of Coney Island in positions needed for the clean-up effort.Brooklyn, 
Connecticut Food Bank$50,000To replenish 600 emergency food assistance programs in Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London and Windham counties.New Haven, Fairfield, 
Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush, Inc.$130,000To expand staffing to provide for continuity of care, help families access benefits and insurance (including FEMA) and to ensure 250 families become stably housed in Sheepshead Bay, Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Seagate, Gerritsen Beach, Bergen Beach, Breezy Point, the Rockaways, Belle Harbor and Bayswater.Queens, Brooklyn, 
County Harvest$10,000To cover damage to refrigerators and food storage units and to help two kitchens in Mount Vernon and New Rochelle.Westchester, 
Covenant House New Jersey$75,000To support new services to youth affected by the storm, to help defray relocation costs and meet increased demand from the more than 1,000 homeless youth.Atlantic, 
CPC Behavioral Health$140,000To support two licensed clinicians to provide standard therapy to individuals and families in Union Beach, Highlands, Keansburg and Sea Bright, helping an additional 1,200 individuals, including 300 children.Monmouth, Ocean, 
CUMAC$50,000To establish an emergency fund for warehouse rent and coordinators to sort, organize, inventory, acknowledge and distribute donated goods contributed by congregations across the mid-Atlantic.Passaic, 
Deborah Heart and Lung Center$625,000To fund laboratory testing and physician time for a free pulmonary and cardiovascular screening effort, a digital X-ray unit and an outreach strategy to address storm-related health impacts among residents of Burlington, Ocean and Monmouth Counties and first responders. Burlington, Monmouth, Ocean, 
Disability Opportunity Fund$260,000To support D.O.F.'s relief loan fund to finance the purchase of empty properties and provide them to families who need short-term rentals while their homes are being rebuilt. To support one full-time staff-member to provide technical support to families who need assistance.  Nassau, 
Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation$25,000To provide building supplies, repair services and replacement appliances to the Midland Beach, South Beach and Oakwood Beach communities of Staten Island. The foundation provides financial, medical and emotional support to individuals and families in need, with an emphasis on serving at-risk children.Staten Island, 
East Harlem Tutorial Program$25,000To replenish funds expended in the immediate aftermath providing food, programs for children and a safe haven for people in need.Manhattan, 
East River Development Alliance$25,000To provide expanded services for low-income families in public housing neighborhoods and support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Queens, 
Edith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst$115,000To provide emergency assistance to families in the Coney Island and Brighton Beach areas, including respite childcare, home visits for elderly individuals and Holocaust survivors, onsite legal referrals for families needing advice with insurance and FEMA claims.Brooklyn, 
El Centro de Hospitalidad, Inc.$145,000To work with 25 families to secure new housing, and provide grants to these families for security deposits and other initial resettlement costs. To secure a hiring center and provide worker training and advocacy services for the Staten Island community.Staten Island, 
Family and Children's Services of Monmouth County$100,000To meet emergency needs and provide crisis medical case management for home-bound residents of Monmouth County.Monmouth, 
Family Food Relief of New Jersey$20,000To replenish their food supplies so they can continue to provide their programs for the residents of Lakewood, Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex, Passaic and Camden counties.Burlington, 
Family Promise of Monmouth County$105,000To provide clients with rental and security deposit assistance, gift cards for emergency needs such as food, clothing, gas and case management services.Monmouth, 
Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE)$100,000Founded in 1977, Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) is one of Long Island's largest and longest-established not-for-profit providers of services for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, behavioral health needs or traumatic brain injury. Distributed in modest grants, this allocation will allow approximately 300 families to cover pressing expenses, including those for housing and home repairs, furniture, appliances, basic supplies and deposits for temporary rental apartments.Suffolk, 
Family Service League$280,000To cover direct relief expenses including food, prescription and medical supplies, lost employment income, utility payments, health services and tax and benefit assistance.Suffolk, 
Family to Family$25,000To expand their program by an additional 300 families and establish an emergency relief fund.Westchester, 
Fashion Delivers$25,000To distribute winter clothes and blankets, sheets and comforters to organizations helping Sandy victims in Ocean and Atlantic Counties.Ocean, 
Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc.$340,000To provide emergency cash assistance to New Yorkers who were displaced or impacted by the storm and to help families obtain emergency food stamps, shelter and FEMA benefits.Manhattan, 
Feel Better Kids$40,000To provide up to 70 families (many with disabled children) with clothing, non-perishable food, bedding supplies, furniture, durable medical goods and pharmaceutical products.To make transportation available for medical appointments.Nassau, 
Fifth Avenue Committee$50,000Immediately after Sandy, a group of volunteers in Red Hook came together to help residents whose homes were flooded. They organized more than 4,000 volunteers, canvassed 210 homebound residents and visited them twice daily with hot food and supplies, serving 1,000 meals daily. This grant will support ongoing case management, allowing them to continue work within the community.Brooklyn, 
First Church of God$25,000To provide case management and other services for low-income residents of Far Rockaway.Queens
First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth NJ$25,000To assist homeowners in Union County and Staten Island with repairs. To provide short-term housing to volunteers.Union, 
First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan$50,000To staff a command room to coordinate and support volunteer crews who are cleaning and rebuilding damaged homes in Manasquan.Monmouth, 
First Presbyterian Church of Red Bank$60,000To make needed improvements to their building to accommodate the influx of volunteers who are helping to rebuild the community over the next three years, including the installation of showers and bunk beds. Monmouth, 
Five Towns Community Center$150,000To provide direct financial assistance at $900 per family in Cedarhurst, Lawrence, Woodmere, Hewlett and Inwood. To provide housing assistance to affected families via applications and case worker outreach over eight weeks.Nassau, 
Food Bank for New York City$201,000To provide emergency food distribution to New Yorkers who were impacted by the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Food Bank of South Jersey$25,000To provide emergency food to families in South Jersey including Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties.Burlington, Camden, 
FoodBank for Westchester$50,000To replenish depleted food reserves. To help agencies served by the FoodBank make modest repairs.Westchester, 
FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties$455,000To replenish their inventory of available food and to address the urgent needs of local food groups in Cape May and Atlantic Counties, which includes replacing refrigerators, freezers and food that were damaged in the storm.Monmouth, Ocean, 
Fortune Society$42,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to its clients (ex-offenders). To provide support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Foundation of the Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh$25,000To provide emergency aid to families in need in the Jersey Shore region.Ocean, 
Freeport Community Development Agency & The Salvation Army$500,000To provide needed funds and building materials to restore 100-150 primary residences to habitability in conjunction with more than 100 trained volunteers from the Southern Baptist Organization who will provide their services to distressed homeowners.Nassau, 
Friends of Firefighters$50,000To provide mental health counseling to firefighters and their families.Staten Island, 
FriendsOfRockaway.org$476,587To muck and gut homes in the Rockaways, including additional staff, transportation and liability insurance.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders$165,785This grant will allow the Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders to repair 200 homes in Atlantic City, cover six months of costs for building materials and renovate bathroom facilities at a volunteer housing site. The renovations will allow the facility to house up to 200 volunteers at a time so that critical rebuilding projects can continue.Atlantic, 
Funtown Peers$150,000This grant will help Funtown Peers maintain their program for Seaside Park primary residents in need of assistance to rebuild and resettle. Funds will provide $750 for households mainly in the form of bill payments and gift cards to year-round residents of Seaside Park who have been displaced. Ocean, 
Gary Klinsky Children's Center, Brooklyn Community Services$200,000To support families in Coney Island by providing undocumented individuals and low-income families whose losses exceed what they can obtain from FEMA and/or insurance with the basic items they need (medications, beds, bedding and other necessities).Brooklyn, 
Gateway Church of Christ$280,000To provide emergency assistance to residents of Keansburg and Highland for the replacement of home contents and to make needed repairs to homes damaged in the storm. Monmouth, 
Gerritsen Beach Cares, Inc.$150,000To provide building materials and supplies and other support to more than 1,000 households in need of repairs. Brooklyn, 
Gerritsen Beach Volunteer Fire Department$25,000To fund gift cards for food and home essentials for members of this Brooklyn community.Brooklyn, 
Global Dirt$445,000To launch information technology and coordination teams for ground communications, emergency information management and food distribution in the Rockaways and across New York City.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
GO Project$25,000To provide emergency supplies to struggling students and their families.Manhattan, 
Good Shepherd Services$100,000To provide emergency supplies, food, mental health counseling and expanded services to vulnerable children and families in Red Hook. Brooklyn, 
Grace Calvary Church$100,000Ship Bottom, a borough of Long Beach Island, has chosen Grace Calvary Church to administer relief assistance for year-round residents.  The grants will enable individuals to afford preliminary costs (rebuilding supplies and expenses, permits, engineering costs, etc.) associated with rebuilding their homes as well as other expenses.Ocean, 
Grand Street Settlement$25,000To provide cash assistance and emergency food and supplies to immigrants and low-income New Yorkers. To provide support for staffing and additional operating expenses.Manhattan, 
Graybeards$75,000To provide cash assistance to individuals in need in Belle Harbor.Queens, 
Green City Force$25,000To deploy young adults to provide clean-up and disaster relief services in public housing developments in Brooklyn and Manhattan.Brooklyn, 
HABCore$165,000To fully furnish and equip nearly 30 new and six heavily damaged units of supportive housing.Monmouth, 
Habitat for Humanity Atlantic County$50,000Habitat for Humanity Atlantic County is planning a large-scale rebuilding event in May. Their goal is to repair 20 to 25 homes in Ventnor Heights. Volunteers, supervised by Atlantic's on-staff construction managers, will provide the labor for the rebuilding work and licensed contractors will be hired to repair damaged electrical systems.Atlantic, 
Habitat for Humanity Int. & Local Initiatives Support Corporation$2,000,000To repair 600 homes in New York City that sustained storm damage.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Habitat for Humanity NYC$25,000To provide materials and staffing support for the reconstruction effort, including volunteer coordination.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Monmouth County$75,000To provide construction materials for the repair of 35 to 40 houses.Monmouth, 
Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk$50,000Habitat for Humanity Suffolk County (Suffolk) will focus its rebuilding efforts in the Town of Mastic Beach where approximately 450 homes were substantially or significantly damaged by Sandy. Suffolk aims to repair at least seven homes in Mastic Beach that need critical repairs, including the mucking and gutting of basements, tearing out affected sheetrock and insulation, and removing and treating mold.Suffolk, 
Habitat Hudson County$25,000This grant will provide building materials necessary for the repair of 10-12 homes in Hoboken and Kearny.Hudson, 
Hamilton-Madison House$61,000To provide staffing for legal, housing, food, public benefits, mental health and employment services, and will also provide assistance in completing FEMA or other disaster relief forms, follow up and appeals.  Manhattan, 
Harlem Children's Zone$25,000To provide supplies for families in the Rockaways and support for storm-related operating expenses.Brooklyn, 
Harlem United: Community AIDS Center, Inc.$25,000To provide emergency shelter, food, supplies and transportation to patients and shelter residents who were impacted by the storm.Manhattan, Brooklyn, 
Health & Welfare Council of Long Island$220,000This grant will help fund a disaster case management coordinator to work with all disaster case management agencies, a construction management coordinator to work with the voluntary agencies active in rebuilding on Long Island and a volunteer coordinator to work with the Long Island Volunteer Center to train and place volunteers in positions that would maximize all resources available for the recovery including donations.Nassau, Suffolk, 
HEART 9/11$520,000To cover building materials, project coordinators, liability insurance, travel expenses and food for volunteers for over 100 homes in Gerritsen Beach.Brooklyn, 
Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale$25,000To respond to increased demand for emergency shelter in the aftermath of the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
HELP/PSI, Inc.$25,000To provide emergency shelter, food, supplies and transportation to patients and nursing home residents who were impacted by the storm.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Henry Street Settlement$50,000To provide cash assistance, emergency food and supplies to individuals and families on the Lower East Side. To provide support for operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Hetrick-Martin Institute$25,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded counseling and legal services to at-risk LGBT youth affected by Hurricane Sandy. To provide support for general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre, Inc.$100,000To help 500 families obtain relief assistance. To support their emergency fund which provides cash assistance for critical needs such as rent, utilities, food and medicine.Nassau, 
Hispanic Counseling Center$80,000To provide bilingual, trauma-centered counseling to 250 poor and uninsured Latino residents in Nassau County.  Nassau, 
Holy Family St. Vincent de Paul Society$25,000To meet the immediate needs of low-income residents of Union Beach, including food, construction supplies and mattresses.Monmouth, 
HomeFront Program$50,000The HomeFront Program uses volunteer labor to provide free home repair services to low-income homeowners in Connecticut and Westchester. With this grant, the HomeFront Program will be able to buy materials to repair 10 roofs where much-needed insurance funds are insufficient or delayed.Fairfield, Westchester, 
Homes for All$705,000To fund additional repairman and materials for rapid home repairs for low-income homeowners in Ocean County whose homes were damaged.Ocean, 
Hometown Heroes$1,364,500To provide emergency assistance in the form of rental assistance, home repair payment, and furniture for low income residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed.Ocean, 
Hope for Highlands$250,000To provide residents of Highlands with replacement appliances, beds and other essential home furnishings not covered by FEMA or flood insurance.Monmouth, 
Hope Force International$60,000To retain two trained construction case managers to coordinate mold remediation and reconstruction efforts for residents of Atlantic City.Atlantic, 
HOPES Community Action Partnership, Inc.$100,000To meet emergency needs and provide assistance in accessing benefits for residents of Hoboken.Hudson, 
Housing Works, Inc.$25,000To provide emergency shelter, food, supplies and transportation to patients and shelter residents.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Hudson County Long Term Recovery Group$450,000This grant will assist low-income and vulnerable Hurricane Sandy victims in Hudson County with rent payments, deposits and back utilities; home goods and furniture; appliance replacement; home repair; and mold remediation. Of this grant, $385,000 will go towards funding a quarter of the unmet needs fund for this initiative. The remaining $65,000 will go towards hiring key personnel to manage recovery efforts.Hudson, 
Hudson Milestones$75,000To help defray replacement costs (not covered by insurance) for lost transport vehicles, including school buses and passenger vans for the disabled.Hudson, 
Iglesia Cristiana Metropolitana$20,000To support operating costs for the church's food distribution program that feeds 250 people daily, including many undocumented immigrants.Brooklyn, 
Interfaith Neighbors$100,000To provide rental assistance for residents at risk of eviction due to lost wages. To provide security deposit assistance for displaced residents, and to provide vouchers so residents can purchase furniture and other household goods.Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, 
Interfaith Nutrition Network$70,000To repair damaged soup kitchens and emergency shelters on Long Island.Nassau, 
Intersect Fund$50,000To contribute towards loan-loss reserves, enabling Intersect Funds to make over 50 new loans to small businesses. To support a disaster loan officer to cover Ocean and Monmouth Counties.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
Ironbound Community Corporation$270,000This grant will allow Ironbound to continue funding necessities such as emergency rent, utilities and housewares for families still struggling in the aftermath of the hurricane, and will cover the costs for a project manager to oversee these efforts.Essex, 
Island Harvest$225,000To purchase pre-packed and ready-to-eat meals for communities in need. To support staff needed to handle the tremendous increase in demand.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Jackson Women of Today$15,000To supplement their food supply for six months, and provide bedding and blankets to people who are living in homes without heat.Ocean, 
JCC of Staten Island$50,000To assist more than 200 families in need of assistance with home repairs and replacement essentials such as boilers and electrical boxes.Staten Island, 
JCCRP$100,000This grant will assist low-income families with home repair and expenses, replacement of appliances and furniture, payment of overdue mortgages, rent and utility bills and gift cards to purchase necessities.Queens, 
Jersey Cares$30,000To provide for additional staffing and operational funding to effectively deploy thousands of volunteers across the state.Atlantic, Cape May, Monmouth, Ocean, 
Jersey Rising$43,943To provide 50 families in need with up to $5,000 to expedite their ability to make repairs so they can return home. Payment will be made directly to vendors, and will cover items such as sheetrock, new furnaces, hot water heaters and mold remediation.Monmouth, Ocean, 
Jersey Shore Workcamp$50,000To purchase drywall, flooring, insulation and other materials for the repair of twelve Jersey Shore houses by volunteers.Monmouth, 
Jewish Child Care Association$25,000To meet unexpected expenses, including staff overtime, and the costs of relocating staff and critical information technology equipment from its non-operational Wall Street headquarters to other sites.Manhattan, Bronx, 
Jewish Community Assistance Program$250,000To ensure at least 15-20 additional households secure the essential cash they need for home repairs and urgent expenses.Nassau, 
Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island$80,000To replace the mobile home that houses the Mobile Crisis Intervention Center with a large trailer to improve the productivity and efficiency of the four disaster relief and social services staff.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties$50,000To provide case management services for low-income residents of Ventnor and Atlantic City impacted by the storm and purchase family essentials.Atlantic, Cape May, 
Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey$75,000To provide direct financial assistance (with a cap of $1,000 per family) to those in danger of losing their homes, utilities, or those lacking the ability to repair their property. Based in Elizabeth, the organization serves low-income and elderly residents by providing a broad range of social services. Union, 
Jewish Renaissance Foundation$375,000To provide direct assistance and fund gift cards for replacement essentials and to cover the salaries of two case managers to help families. J.R.F. is a nonprofit based in Perth Amboy that serves over 40,000 low-income residents of New Jersey annually with a range of anti-poverty programs.  Middlesex, Union, 
King of Kings Community Church$50,000To enable the Church to continue providing families with gift cards for home improvement stores to help them with their home repair expenses.Ocean, 
Korean American Sandy Relief Committee of New Jersey$75,000To help families apply for FEMA benefits, provide them with primary medical care with a Korean-speaking physician and offer counseling sessions for stress-related issues.Bergen, Hudson, 
La Fuerza Unida$100,000To provide emergency cash for home repairs and loan assistance. To provide case management support to 125 families who need help negotiating insurance claims and making mortgage modifications.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Nassau, 
Lawyers Alliance for New York$50,000To support five neighborhood legal clinics in Sandy-affected areas, help residents with legal matters relating to the storm, provide phone consultations on FEMA/insurance issues and provide 25 clients with pro bono legal support.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Legal Aid Society$295,000To provide mobile legal assistance in the Far Rockaways, Red Hook, Coney Island and devastated parts of Staten Island.Queens, 
Legal Services NYC$690,000To provide emergency cash assistance to New Yorkers who were displaced or impacted by the storm and to help families obtain emergency food stamps, shelter and FEMA benefits.Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, 
Legal Services of New Jersey$1,530,000To hire four social workers, three attorneys, two paralegals and one supervising attorney to work throughout the state's most affected communities, helping thousands of residents navigate local, state and federal disaster-relief systems for assistance.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
Lighthouse Alliance Community Church$150,000To support their rebuilding efforts by providing transportation to take volunteers to/from work sites, add temporary bathroom and shower facilities for volunteers, and staff support to match volunteers with projects.Ocean, 
Little Egg Harbor Township$400,000To assist the more than 350 households in need by providing funding for supplies that will enable them to return to and/or remain in stable and safe housing. To purchase tools and safety equipment for construction volunteers, provide rental deposit assistance, and assist with essential repairs.Ocean, 
Long Beach Island School District Kids Care$50,000To support the district in its efforts to offer child care free of charge for up to 32 children for 12 months, to help parents cope with loss of jobs, finding new employment and new housing.Ocean, 
Long Beach Latino Civic Association$100,000To provide clients with cash assistance for household items and security deposits to move families into stable housing.  To support a full-time caseworker who will provide needs assessment and case management services.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Long Beach Medical Center - Family Care Center$200,000To re-open the Family Care Center in a temporary space, to enable primary care for 2,500 patients. Long Beach Medical Center remains partially closed due to storm damage. The Family Care Center, which is located within the medical center, provides primary and specialty medical care to individuals who are uninsured or have limited financial resources. Nassau, 
Long Beach MLK$50,000To provide hot meals to 150 seniors in public housing and to provide case management support services to low-income residents in Long Beach.Nassau, 
Long Beach Reach$100,000To provide outreach, education and brief crisis counseling to residents in communities hard hit by the storm. To fund additional social workers who will assist hundreds of local residents facing issues related to depression and substance abuse.Nassau, 
Long Beach Township Hurricane Relief Fund$400,000To help up to 240 residents with relief grants ranging from $750 - $2,500. The fund was established to help moderate- to low-income year-round residents, with special consideration to seniors, medically fragile individuals and families with children in the consolidated school district.  Ocean, 
Long Blue Line$30,000To provide emergency assistance to Sandy-impacted families in Ocean County.Ocean, 
Long Island Cares$155,000To provide on-site benefit counseling in Freeport. To purchase a mobile outreach vehicle so staff can travel into neighborhoods and make home visits to more families and provide cash assistance.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Long Island Housing Partnership$200,000To provide housing assistance for families living on Long Island, including mortgage counseling, temporary housing and to provide funding to repair heat and hot water, remediate mold and remove and replace sheetrock and paint.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Long Island Long Term Recovery Group$2,500,000To provide emergency financial assistance to meet the unmet needs of Long Island residents.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Long Island Volunteer Center$65,000To enable the organization, jointly with AmeriCorps St. Louis, to deploy muck and gut teams to 180 high- priority households at a cost of about $500 per home. To purchase supplies and appropriate gear. To support project management.Nassau, Suffolk, 
Love in the Name of Christ$55,000To help 50 low-income, displaced Bayshore residents to replace lost and damaged furniture through 50 gift cards in $1,000 denominations.Monmouth, 
Lunch Break$25,000To provide emergency food and basic necessities.Monmouth, 
Lutheran Family Health Centers$50,000To provide medical care to adults and children living in the two evacuation shelters on Staten Island.Staten Island, 
Lutheran Social Services of New York$50,000To support two case managers who can conduct outreach to Sandy victims in Coney Island and Uniondale.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Make the Road New York$465,000To train and place hundreds of individuals at clean-up jobs in New York and Long Island.  To cover legal representation for Sandy-impacted families who need legal assistance.  To purchase protective equipment including respirators, gloves, hard hats and boots. To support a full-time trainer and part-time assistant to train and distribute equipment to day laborers.Staten Island, Suffolk, 
Margert Community Corporation$465,000To cover the cost of repairs and weatherization to 100 homes in the Rockaways, Broad Channel, Howard Beach and other parts of southern Queens, as well as additional crew members to supplement existing capacity, and other supplies such as rental vehicles and fuel.Queens, 
Mary's Place by the Sea$25,000To enable continued food service and delivery for more than 60 families in Ocean Grove, provide gap funding for the purchase of home necessities and needs assessments. Monmouth, Ocean, 
Maurice A. Deane School of Law$165,000To provide legal advice and counsel for families recovering from the storm through the Disaster Relief Clinic.Nassau, 
Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC - NYC Housing & Neighborhood Recovery Donors Collaborative$250,000To contribute to the work of this collaborative supporting medium and longer-term planning and rebuilding needs.
Mennonite Disaster Service$225,000To support building supplies, tools, travel and working expenses for volunteers reconstructing 100 homes in the Rockaways.Queens, 
Mental Health Association of Monmouth County$210,000To support licensed clinicians to provide standard mental health therapy to individuals and families impacted by Sandy in Monmouth County.Monmouth, 
Mercy Home for Children$25,000To cover repairs to the group home for 10 developmentally disabled adults in Red Hook so they may return.Brooklyn, 
MercyFirst$100,000To cover repairs to MercyFirst's Rockaway Park office so they can reopen, along with rental assistance to foster families, mental health support and replacement of their transport van. Nassau, 
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty$450,000To provide cash assistance, emergency food, supplies and social services to individuals, families and the elderly, across the five boroughs. To provide support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Mexican Cultural Institute of New York$125,000To provide up to $2,500 in aid to 50 Mexican immigrant families (many undocumented) in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island and New Jersey.Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group$545,000To fund unmet needs in the community and to hire a volunteer and construction coordinator. These individuals will help match volunteers with opportunities to aid in the rebuilding and recovery process and will coordinate construction and renovation projects in Middlesex County.Middlesex, 
Middletown Disaster Relief Fund$400,000To replace essential home contents for low-income residents of this Jersey Shore town to enable them to return.Monmouth, 
Middletown Senior Citizens Housing Corporation - Bayshore Village$161,958To support 36 residents who remain displaced and provide the needed financial support to relocate including security deposit, rental assistance, moving/transportation costs, clothing and home contents replacement. An additional eight resettled residents will receive financial assistance to replace home contents and cover storage fees.Monmouth, 
Mission Liberia$100,000To provide $70,000 in gift cards to home improvement stores, grocery stores or home good stores to eligible households.  To restock their pantry and purchase toiletries and bedding items for pantry customers.Essex, 
Monmouth County Long Term Recovery Group$1,500,000To fund one third of the expected unmet needs fund. Nearly 29,000 Monmouth County households applied for FEMA assistance for primary residences. The fund will provide mental health support and cash assistance to rebuild and replace household possessions.Monmouth, 
Moonachie Little Ferry Relief Fund$200,000To remove and replace the moldy insulation for up to 200 trailer park homes.Bergen, 
My Time, Inc. (Canarsie Disaster Relief Fund)$50,000To support the purchase and distribution of building supplies to families in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn.Brooklyn, 
National Day Laborer Organizing Network$430,000To provide immigrant day laborers protective equipment for cleaning up Sandy-damaged buildings in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Monmouth County. To provide workers with occupational-safety and wage theft-prevention training. Queens, Brooklyn, 
NECHAMA$350,000To support home repair and rebuild work for 130 households, including a building materials fund, salaries for four program staff to oversee more than 500 volunteers and a fund to cover lodging and transportation expenses to support the rebuilding effort.Nassau, 
Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project$25,000To provide supplies and expanded financial services to minorities and low-income communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy and support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island$250,000To help 35 Staten Island families return to their homes by providing estimated gap funding between $6-7,000 per qualified homeowner. Staten Island, 
Neighbors Together$25,000To provide additional hot meals to New Yorkers who were impacted by the storm.Brooklyn, 
New Alternatives for Children$30,000To purchase food, supplies and provide ongoing emergency cash assistance for foster children and their families.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund$150,000Funding will support hiring for two full-time staff - a housing counselor and a community educator - to increase capacity and allow N.J.C.A.E.F. to provide homeowner counseling and assistance to 3,500 low-income individuals and families across the state.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
New Jersey Coalition to End Homelessness$200,000With these funds, Coalition and its partners in Ocean County can get homeless individuals and families displaced by Sandy into apartments, or extra rooms available for rent in other apartments or houses. Based on the regular rental rates in the county, $10,000 can house one household for a year.  Therefore $200,000 could house as many as 40 households for up to six months.  Ocean, 
New Jersey Community Capital$50,000To support nearly $150,000 in lending. To help at least six businesses to continue operations and keep people paid and employed.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
New Jersey Maritime Museum$14,214To replace two commercial freezer storage racks and replenish food supplies so they may continue to serve those in need from Beach Haven on Long Beach Island.Ocean, 
New Jersey YMCA State Alliance$150,000To support Y programs in the New Jersey communities of Red Bank, Toms River and Perth Amboy.Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, 
New Monmouth Baptist Church$25,000To provide qualifying Middletown Bayshore residents (those with unmet expenses and significant damage to their homes) with rebuilding assistance and volunteer labor, as well as funds for rent, utility assistance, and purchase of other household appliances and necessities.Monmouth, 
New York Cares$100,000To staff distribution centers and collect and distribute coats and blankets for New Yorkers living without electricity and/or heat.Queens, Brooklyn, 
New York Common Pantry$50,000To provide additional hot meals to impacted New Yorkers. To deliver brown bag meals to distribution sites throughout the City.Manhattan, 
New York Emergency & First Response Squad of Hamilton Beach and Howard Beach, Inc.$75,000To augment the squad's emergency fund to address the needs of 50 families with items such as urgent bill repayment, warm clothing and bedding, appliances and cash for gas and food.Queens, 
New York Foundling Hospital$50,000To provide cash assistance and emergency food and supplies to at-risk children, foster kids and their families affected by Hurricane Sandy and support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
New York Legal Assistance Group$1,385,000To provide emergency cash assistance to New Yorkers who were displaced or impacted by the storm and to help families obtain emergency food stamps, shelter and FEMA benefits.  Manhattan, 
New Yorkers for Children$1,200,000To reopen six of 18 centers, enabling 600 children to return to school.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Newark Emergency Services for Families$95,000To provide emergency services, such as security deposits for new housing, temporary shelter and assistance with utilities for needy Newark residents. To provide food, supplies and staffing for the NEFS drop-in center which serves homeless individuals.Essex, 
Newark Now$50,000To fund repairs to more than 40 homes that were damaged in the storm.Hudson, 
NHCAC$100,000To provide direct assistance to 75 lower-income families in Weehawken and Kearney for mold remediation and household repair expenses, essential household goods and appliances, medical items and other storm related out-of-pocket expenses not reimbursable by insurance or FEMA.Union, 
Nontraditional Employment For Women$95,000To deploy work crews to repair affected homes in the Rockaways.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System$200,000To enable mobile medical outreach for an additional six months in the Long Beach, Broad Channel and Lindenhurst communities, where existing medical infrastructure is still unreliable as a result of the storm. Outreach will focus on seniors and disabled patients who are struggling in the absence of their regular medical care.Queens, Nassau, Suffolk, 
North Walke Housing Corporation$250,000To assist up to 150 low and moderate income Norwalk residents with housing rehabilitations, appliance replacement and temporary rental assistance. Fairfield, 
Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity$150,000To provide significant home repair services to homeowners in Ocean Gate and Toms River. Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity will complete rebuilding/renovation work on several homes per month, for a total of 20-25 projects for the remainder of the year.Ocean, 
Northfield Community Local Development Corporation$100,000Northfield Local Development Corporation is a longstanding provider of weatherization and energy efficiency services to low-income homeowners and multi-family buildings in Staten Island. Northfield will combine funding under these programs with this grant to rebuild 20 homes on Staten Island damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Staten Island, 
Oasis Christian Center$25,000To fund necessary building supplies, furniture and household items for the families of Midland Beach, Staten Island, as part of the ongoing relief effort. Staten Island, 
Ocean Bay Community Development in Far Rockaway $75,000To train and place unemployed NYCHA residents in local Sandy-related jobs in construction and mold remediation.Queens
Ocean City, NJ C.A.R.E. Project$300,000To compensate seniors for emergency expenses such as medication, health-related equipment and supplies. To help displaced families living in temporary quarters purchase food and clothing and return to permanent housing. Cape May, 
Ocean Community Economic Action Now, Inc.$415,000To fund rental assistance for those displaced residents who cannot afford the security deposit on their new rental property, to fund home repairs, and to provide grocery vouchers to those whose stores of food were lost in the storm.Monmouth, 
Ocean County College Foundation$200,000To provide cash assistance to help keep Sandy-impacted college students in school.Ocean, 
Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group$2,550,000To seed an unmet needs fund for Ocean County, where more than 6,000 households sustained losses between $5,000 and $17,000. 8,000 households experienced losses in excess of $17,000. The fund will provide mental health support and cash assistance to rebuild and replace household possessions.Ocean, 
Ocean Mental Health Services$125,000To support two licensed clinicians to provide therapy to individuals and support to a cohort of community-based organizations in Ocean County through one of the largest mental health providers in the state.Ocean, 
Oceanside Community Service$65,000To provide gift cards to home improvement stores to help with their expenses, emergency cash assistance and enable the group to serve more families by working closely with the Oceanside School District and their social workers as well as the local house worships and the interfaith council.  Nassau, 
Ohel Children's Home & Family Services$100,000To restore services at OHEL's Lifetime Care Foundation building in Far Rockaway and to offer trauma counseling in Nassau County to individuals and families affected by Sandy. Manhattan, 
One House at at Time$10,000This grant will go toward home repairs of an elderly individual whose house was flooded by Hurricane Sandy. Using volunteer labor, the repairs should be completed within two months.Monmouth, 
Operation Hope$140,000To help individuals with a demonstrated financial need to be able to return to their homes by providing $500 to $5,000 in emergency assistance per household. To replenish funds for the food pantry and community kitchen and provide case management support. Fairfield, 
Our Holy Redeemer$50,000To provide cash assistance to families impacted by Hurricane Sandy.Nassau, 
Our House$10,000To repair and replace furnishings at six damaged group homes.Union, 
Our Lady Help of Christians$25,000Our Lady Help of Christians is located in the Tottenville section of Staten Island, which experienced severe flooding during Sandy. With this grant, the parish will be able to help almost 100 families still in desperate need of funds, providing gift cards or paying bills on their behalf.Staten Island, 
P.R.A.H.D.$50,000To provide cash assistance to families impacted by Hurricane Sandy and connect them to local services.Middlesex, Union, 
Parker Family Health Center$55,000To help patients still displaced by the storm, to provide counseling and interventions for stress and anxiety and other needed services by expanding social work services by an additional 24 hours each week. Monmouth, 
Part Of The Solution$40,000To provide hot meals to New Yorkers and to help families obtain emergency food stamps.Bronx, 
Person-to-Person$26,943To provide financial assistance to at least 60 vulnerable households in Fairfield County, with an emphasis on the housing community of Washington Village.Fairfield, 
Pesach Tikvah/Door of Hope$32,000To hire a part-time trauma specialist to counsel school-aged children and families who were seriously affected by Sandy.Brooklyn, 
Phipps Community Development Corporation$25,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded social, educational and career services to young adults and their families in the Bronx and Manhattan. To provide support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Bronx, 
Point Breeze Volunteer Fire Department$50,000To aid in the purchase of building supplies as the organization works with volunteer crews to provide repairs to 150-200 homes. Efforts are focused on assisting the elderly, retirees, the disabled and those on fixed incomes.Queens, 
Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church$25,000To equip a church annex building with showers and beds to accommodate 36 home-repair volunteers each week.Ocean, 
Portlight Strategies, Inc.$290,000To provide durable medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers, vital medical supplies and ramps for people with disabilities in Ocean County.Monmouth, Ocean, 
Preferred Behavioral Health of New Jersey$180,000To support two licensed clinicians to provide standard therapy to individuals and families in five Ocean County towns, and a part-time psychiatrist to provide additional mental health services.Ocean, 
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance of West Jersey$175,000To provide free rebuilding support to more than 150 families, including building materials, volunteer supplies, construction supervision and administrative services.Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, 
Project Hospitality$610,000To provide additional hot meals (including for Thanksgiving) and support services to residents of Staten Island that were disparately impacted by the storm, to hire and furnish staff to provide an array of disaster-related services.Staten Island, 
Project Nivneh$150,000To ensure 85-100 households in the South Shore and Rockaway Peninsula secure the financial assistance they need for home repairs and storm-related expenses.Nassau, 
Project Paul$35,000To purchase essential furniture and replacement mattresses for residents of Keansburg and surrounding towns.Monmouth, 
Project Renewal$25,000To provide support to individuals until new employment opportunities can be found.  Project Renewal works with the homeless who suffer from mental illness. Thirty individuals lost their jobs because their work sites incurred serious damage as a result of Sandy.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Providence House$25,000To provide clothing and other necessary items for residents of a shelter that was evacuated.Brooklyn, 
Public Health Solutions$200,000To develop temporary sites in the Rockaways and Coney Island so that WIC services can resume. PHS anticipates it will serve more than 1,300 families a month, providing supplementary food to more than 4,160 people.Queens, 
Queens Congregations United for Action$50,000To hire an emergency outreach coordinator and provide cash assistance to community members with immediate needs who do not qualify for other relief programs.Queens,
Reaching Out Community Services$25,000To provide rental trucks, storage space, fuel, drivers and distribution to storm-damaged communities via their mobile soup kitchens.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund$100,000To provide direct assistance to families whose homes were damaged by the storm.Hudson, 
Red Hook Initiative$30,000To provide extensive disaster relief services for the residents of the Red Hook community.Brooklyn, 
Red Hook Volunteers$25,000Immediately after Sandy, a group of volunteers in Red Hook came together to help residents whose homes were flooded. They organized more than 4,000 volunteers, canvassed 210 homebound residents and visited them twice daily with hot food and supplies, serving 1,000 meals daily. This grant will support ongoing case management, allowing them to continue work within the community.Brooklyn, 
Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York$50,000To provide emergency assistance to restaurant workers who lost wages. To support additional staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Richmond Senior Services$100,000To help twenty seniors back into safe and stable homes by funding service gaps and providing resources to manage contractors and volunteers. The organization provides home sharing residences, minor home repairs, accessibility modifications and moderate rehabilitation services for seniors.  Staten Island, 
Rockaway Beach Surf Club$15,000To provide a location to coordinate volunteers and provide construction supplies to help rebuild homes in the Rockaways.Queens, 
Rockaway Peninisula and Broad Channel Long Term Recovery Coalition$15,000Rockaway Peninsula and Broad Channel Long Term Recovery Coalition receives referrals for case management from FEMA and other local agencies. They in turn make connections to child-care services, donations, medical and mental health professionals, home repair and mold remediation services. The grant will support case management training for the organizations.Queens, 
Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department$50,000To provide $500 to 25 impacted families who reside in Breezy Point, Rockaway Point, Broad Channel and Roxbury to help with emergency expenses.Queens, 
Rockaway W.I.S.H.$25,000To support the relief center's ongoing distribution of funds to families in Breezy Point, Nesponit, Belle Harbor, Rockaway Park and Broad Channel to help them rebuild. Queens, 
Room in our Hearts$15,000To paint and refurnish rooms in recently restored homes of Sandy victims.Monmouth
Rutgers School of Social Work$395,635To provide clinical mental health services via their network of cooperative extension sites in Toms River, Mays Landing, Northfield and Freehold.Atlantic, Monmouth, Ocean, 
RVC Foundation$135,000To assist families in the communities of Long Beach, Island Park, Oceanside, Belle Harbor and East Rockaway by providing goods, services and financial assistance.  To ensure at least 10-15 additional households secure the cash they need.Nassau, 
Safe Horizon$25,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to homeless youth across New York City affected by Hurricane Sandy as well as support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Saint Catharine of Siena Church$10,000To provide gift cards for home improvement stores to help them with expenses related to the repair of their homes.Ocean, 
Saint Peter's Foundation$25,000To allow volunteers in New Brunswick to purchase building materials and supplies to restore five homes to habitability.Ocean, 
Salem Church$75,000To support the residents of Tottenville, South Beach and Midland Beach, Staten Island, through the purchase of building materials, appliances and other household items.Staten Island, 
San Vicente de Paul Residence$20,000To equip the home to meet the needs of the 59 former residents of Chai Home in Belle Harbor, a facility for the mentally disabled, seniors and veterans, who were relocated to ArchCare after their original residence was permanently closed due to storm damage. Bronx, 
Sanctuary for Families$25,000To provide food, supplies and transportation to victims of domestic violence who were impacted by the storm.Manhattan, Bronx, 
Sandy Help LB$50,000To help homeowners stretch the limited resources they have -- whether from FEMA, insurance, or personal resources -- so they can get their homes back to livable condition. To cover the cost of insulation, sheetrock and other materials for volunteers to repair 35 to 40 additional homes.Nassau, 
Save the Children$230,000To support the employment of ten child-care providers, so centers can reopen and serve the community.Atlantic, Bergen, Hudson, Monmouth, 
Sayreville Storm Relief$150,000To enable home repairs, rebuilding supplies and replacement appliances in Sayreville. To provide support for rental housing Sayreville was one of the communities hardest hit by the storm. Middlesex, 
SCO Family of Services$300,000To provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services to children and families in Far Rockaway as well as support for staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Queens, Brooklyn, 
Sea Bright Resource Center$50,000This grant will cover salaries for two full-time employees over the next six months who will coordinate legal advice, case management and counseling services for Sea Bright residents.Monmouth, 
Sea Bright Rising$250,000To remove barriers preventing residents from returning to their homes, such as paying utility bills, replacing appliances, paying security deposits and providing disaster case management for residents.Monmouth, 
Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.$25,000To cover additional staffing costs and enable Selfhelp to repair damage to their technological infrastructure.Manhattan, Brooklyn, 
Senior Citizens Activity Network$30,000To retain four part-time employees who are conducting outreach to seniors in Monmouth and Ocean counties to offer on-site services, educational classes and access to benefit specialists.Monmouth, 
Shark River Hills First Aid Squad$50,000To continue rebuilding efforts in Neptune Township, including rebuilding supplies, soil testing for foundations and other related costs.Monmouth, 
Shark River Hills Property Owners' Association$100,000To assist homeowners with the necessary repairs and rebuilding services so they can return home.Monmouth, 
Shore 2 Recover$50,000The agency focuses its work on helping the coastal communities from Point Pleasant to Seaside Park recover from the storm. While initial efforts focused on providing immediate needs for affected families, Shore 2 Recover will use these funds to help home owners and local businesses complete repairs to their property.Ocean, 
Shore Aid$25,000To support home repairs and replacement furnishings.Middlesex, 
Shore Soup$20,000The Shore Soup Project is currently serving more than 1,000 healthy/freshly prepared meals per week, and this grant will support their continued work in the Rockaways.Queens, 
Shorefront Y$100,000To help relocate 100 families and provide cash assistance (up to $2,000 per family) to 20 families to help defray moving costs, rent, furniture and appliances.Brooklyn, 
Shores United Relief Foundation$100,000To help 50 families with up to $2,000 in support funds, allowing them to rebuild their homes and replace appliances. Monmouth, Ocean, 
Single Stop USA$2,043,000To provide a wide range of family support services and free one-on-one legal, financial, benefits, and tax counseling to families in Cape May, Rockaway, Staten Island, Coney Island and Atlantic County, New Jersey.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Society of St. Vincent de Paul$75,000To establish cash grants of $500 each for 90-100 families to allow them to return home and rebuild. To hire a relief coordinator to manage needs and donations. Queens, 
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief$150,000This grant will go toward the completion of work on heavily damaged homes in Staten Island and Long Island and to help 30 families get back into their homes. Funds will be used to hire specialized plumbing, electrical and HVAC contractors to rebuild these residences as well as clean out and apply mold remediation to storm damaged homes.Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, 
Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation$60,000To support disaster relief work in the Red Hook community.Brooklyn, 
St Francis de Sales$48,000To provide families and individuals in the Belle Harbor section of the Rockaways with emergency cash assistance.Queens, 
St. Bernard Project$250,000Born out of Hurricane Katrina, Saint Bernard Project (S.B.P.) seeks to rebuild homes as well as help communities understand their own strengths in the process of recovery.  This grant will help S.B.P. continue to work with Robin Hood grantees and guide them through some of the complications of rebuilding.Queens, Staten Island, 
St. Charles Church$35,000To allow the church to continue providing financial assistance to families rebuilding their homes in the Oakwood and Bay Terrace area.Staten Island, 
St. Francis Community Center$155,000Funding will help St. Francis Community Center meet the housing needs - rental assistance, replacement of household goods, security deposit assistance - of those affected by the storm in the Long Beach Island community.Ocean, 
St. John's Bread & Life Program$125,000Funding will help St. Francis Community Center meet the housing needs - rental assistance, replacement of household goods, security deposit assistance - of those affected by the storm in the Long Beach Island community.Brooklyn, 
St. Margaret Mary$50,000To provide 50 families in Midland Beach with the appliances they need to move back into their homes.Staten Island, 
St. Margaret Mary Church Food Pantry$15,000To re-stock this food pantry in Astoria, Queens that serves 1,800 people each month.Queens, 
St. Mary of the Isle Church$50,000To help 50 families purchase appliances and other supplies needed to help them move back into their homes.Nassau, 
St. Mary Star of the Sea$10,000To provide cash assistance to help meet basic needs of low-income families in Far Rockaway still dealing with the aftermath of the storm.Queens
St. Paul's Lutheran Church$10,000To enable the food pantry to continue to provide clients with a three-day supply of emergency food.Ocean, 
St. Paul's United Methodist Church$35,000Provided hot meals and household supplies to 500 families daily.Ocean, 
St. Rose of Lima$75,000To help more than 100 individuals replace essential items and supplies for damaged homes. To restock the St. Rose food pantry.Queens, 
Staten Island Mental Health Society$175,000To provide school-based clinical mental health services to children attending up to eight Staten Island public schools impacted by the storm.Staten Island, 
Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation$425,000To provide cash assistance to Staten Island residents.Staten Island, 
STRIVE$115,000To train 30 unemployed adults, at least half from Far Rockaway, for positions in construction, weatherization and mold remediation.Queens, 
Sunnyside Community Service$25,000To provide cash assistance, emergency food and supplies to individuals, families and the elderly living in Queens. To support additional staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Queens, 
Sustainable South Bronx$15,000To cover the costs of operating several vehicles (shuttle rental, drivers, gas and maintenance) to deliver employees to job sites throughout the region.Bronx, 
Team Rubicon$30,000To support cleanup operations in the affected areas of Queens and Brooklyn by volunteers, who are military veterans.Queens, 
Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund$100,000To continue to re-equip first responders, including volunteer firefighters and ambulance corps and to help defray the costs of transporting supplies.Queens, Staten Island, Monmouth, Ocean, 
The Arc of Monmouth$60,000To replace computer and office equipment for fifty workers at the Long Branch Employment Center.Monmouth, 
The Bridge Fund of New York, Inc.$25,000To provide rent or mortgage assistance to people facing eviction from their homes due to lost wages or jobs.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
The Child Center of New York$50,000To provide expanded services and supplies to at-risk children and youth and their families and support for staffing and operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Queens, 
The Church of Grace and Peace$575,000To purchase needed replacement appliances, mattresses, furniture and other household necessities required for families as they rebuild homes in Ocean and Monmouth CountiesMonmouth, Ocean, 
The Church of St. Clare$50,000To help residents of the community via an emergency relief fund.Staten Island, 
The City of Long Beach - Magnolia Daycare Center$150,000To reopen and resupply the Magnolia Daycare Center which will host several low cost infant and pre-school childcare programs that were closed due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.Nassau, 
The City University of New York (CUNY)$300,000To provide emergency cash assistance to 750 students struggling to pay their bills, making it possible for them to continue their studies.Brooklyn, 
The Doe Fund, Inc.$145,000To help fund full-time work crews for the cleanup of neighborhood streets, parks and beaches in areas including Staten Island, Coney Island and Far Rockaway. To outfit and transport laborers working side by side with FEMA and provide them with supplies and equipment.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, 
The Door$50,000To provide cash assistance, emergency food and supplies to disconnected youth and their families in New York City. To support additional staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
The Hope Center$15,000To provide emergency assistance and durable household goods to Sandy-impacted families in Ocean County.Ocean, 
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation$4,876,589To remediate mold from 2,000 homes across New York City, as part of a joint venture with the Mayor's Fund and the Red Cross.Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
The Long Beach Christmas Angel, Inc.$285,000To help families with children in the public school systems cover pressing expenses, including housing and home repairs, basic furniture, appliances, tools, supplies, medical and utility bills.Nassau, 
The Parish of Blessed Trinity$75,000To provide gift cards and cash assistance to families in Roxbury, Rockaway Point and Breezy Point.Queens, 
The River Fund$35,000To provide additional hot meals from its food pantry to New Yorkers. To provide mobile food-distribution in the Far Rockaways and Coney Island.Queens, 
The School for Children with Hidden Intelligence$175,000To replace wheelchair ramps, furnishings, appliances, and other vital supplies at several damaged group homes.Ocean, 
The Weehawken and You Civic Association Emergency Fund$100,000To help residents in the Shades neighborhood to address housing related needs, extending rental assistance and expanding residents' ability to rebuild, repair and replenish home contents.Hudson, 
Toms River Regional Schools Hurricane Relief Fund$225,000To provide building supplies for home repair as well as necessary appliances and essential furniture for residents to return to their homes.Ocean, 
Touro Law Center Disaster Relief Clinic$197,000To handle more than 100 cases related to FEMA, insurance appeals and foreclosure issues. The only law school in Suffolk County, Touro is committed to social justice issues.   Suffolk, 
Township of Berkeley$200,000To purchase gift cards to enable at-risk residents to purchase home supplies and appliances.Ocean, 
Township of Brick$500,000To provide 500 households with an average of $1,200 in direct financial assistance with rebuilding expenses.Ocean, 
Township of Stafford$300,000To help repair 250 homes belonging to year-round residents in need. To enable the funding of targeted rental assistance and security payments for displaced residents resettling in the Township.Ocean, 
Townships of Ocean & Barnegat$150,000This grant will help approximately 75 low-income and working class families who need assistance getting back into their homes. Funds will go toward contractor's bills, appliances and utilities.Ocean, 
Tri-City Peoples Corporation$35,000To enable Tri-City residents (many of whom are elderly) to complete repairs that hover near the threshold of their deductible. Essex, 
Triple C Housing$25,000To cover the costs of repairs to nine supportive housing units not covered by insurance.Ocean, 
True Spirit Coalition$400,000To provide relief assistance (rental payments, replacement of home furnishings, housing repairs and building materials) to help 400 families get back on their feet.Atlantic, 
Union Beach Disaster Relief Fund & Princeton Area Community Foundation$1,355,000To purchase appliances (ranges, refrigerators, washer/dryers) to help families from Union Beach to return to their homes, to fund the purchase of building materials to winterize and enclose 60 damaged homes and to fund new energy efficient homes, including site preparation, foundations, furnishings, appliances and landscaping, in part to serve as a demonstration project for their ongoing “smart rebuilding” effort.Monmouth, 
United Church of Praise International Ministries, Inc.$135,000To provide direct assistance to displaced families, helping with security deposits, first-month rental assistance, home repairs, new furnishings and appliances.Staten Island, 
United Methodist Church Greater New Jersey Conference$600,000To provide supplies, construction, outreach and case management services for a national campaign in cooperation with the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR). The campaign will provide rebuilding supplies and counseling services for hundreds of people in need.Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
United Way of Hudson County$130,000This grant will go toward funding emergency shelter in Hudson County for over 50 people for three months.  Funds will also go towards counseling services and management of the Hudson County Long Term Recovery Group. Hudson, 
United Way of Monmouth County$55,000To provide grants to non-profits so that they can repair damaged or lost infrastructure or equipment. To fund a staff position that will be the county-wide volunteer coordinator.Monmouth, 
University Settlement Society$50,000To provide cash assistance, emergency food and supplies and expanded social services to children and families across New York City. To support additional staffing and general operating expenses incurred due to the storm.Manhattan, 
Urban Homesteading Assistance Board$300,000To help UHAB prioritize repairs and allocate funding for at least 15 flood-damaged housing cooperatives in the East Village that house more than 200 families in need. Manhattan, 
Urban Justice Center$25,000To support a disaster relief clinic in Far Rockaway and provide on-site legal services.Manhattan, 
Urban League of Long Island, Inc.$100,000To provide support and academic services to struggling students dealing with the aftermath of the storm.Nassau, 
Village of Mastic Beach$250,000To help the Village of Mastic Beach bring home its displaced residents and help those facing significant repairs by restoring homes, providing rental assistance and home furnishings.Suffolk, 
Vision Long Island$165,000To fund the costs of materials and supplies required for the demolition, removal of debris, and rebuilding projects for homes in Freeport, Lindenhurst and Mastic Beach.Suffolk, 
Visitation Relief Center$120,000To fund their relief center operations and infrastructure, a renovation to accommodate 30 volunteers, a delivery truck and three staff lines, so they can meet the needs of Brick residents.Ocean, 
Visiting Nurse Association Health Group$110,000To provide case management, skilled nursing services and medical supplies to 1,000 individuals impacted by the storm in Monmouth County.Monmouth, 
Visiting Nurse Service of New York$212,000To re-open a damaged satellite mental health center and an early childhood center in the Rockaways.Queens, 
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice$205,000To fund a full-time attorney who will provide clients with legal advice and representation on Sandy-related legal issues such as FEMA appeals, unemployment benefits, insurance and landlord/tenant disputes.Atlantic, Cape May, Monmouth, Ocean, 
Volunteer Management Centers$50,000This grant will increase the staff capacity of V.M.C to manage volunteer projects around the state that are supporting Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic, Union, 
West Side Campaign Against Hunger$25,000To provide additional hot meals to impacted New Yorkers.Manhattan, 
Where To Turn$55,000To purchase sheetrock and lumber for residents in need on Staten Island. To enhance their web-site so it serves as a tool to connect people and organizations with Sandy-relief services.  To provide storage lockers for residents who need a secure place to store their household possessions as they rebuild.Staten Island, 
Win$25,000To replace damaged equipment, provide emergency food, supplies and expanded services for clients, including opening a new emergency shelter for displaced families.Manhattan, Brooklyn, 
WomenRising, Inc.$50,000To meet the immediate household, clothing and essential furniture needs of Hudson County residents.Hudson, 
Women's Center for Education and Career Advancement$10,000To provide emergency supplies and expanded services to clients across New York City along with support for additional operating expenses.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
Women's League Community Residences, Inc.$20,000To repair and restore the functionality of the basement of the group home in Seagate, which was used for multiple functions, including therapy, recreation and counseling for the twelve teen girls with developmental disabilities who reside there. Brooklyn, 
Yashar Organization$150,000To continue mold remediation efforts on more than 100 Seagate homes and to purchase needed supplies for families as they rebuild.Brooklyn, 
YES Community Counseling Center$75,000To cover additional staffing to manage the increased number of clients seeking services as a result of Sandy. YES serves the residents of southeastern Nassau County by providing a variety of services such as school-based social work, counseling and drug/alcohol treatment.  Nassau, 
YMCA of Greater New York$300,000To increase their day care and after-school programs for children.  This funding will support Y programs in Far Rockaway, Staten Island and Chinatown.Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, 
YMCA of Long Island$50,000To support Y programs in the Long Island communities Bay Shore, Patchogue and Huntington.Suffolk, 
You Can NOT Be Replaced$75,000To help five families per week to replace washers, dryers, refrigerators and mattresses.Monmouth, 
Young Families of Island Park Hurricane Relief$175,000To provide 150 families with $1,000 in support in the form of gift cards, temporary housing payments or payment towards reconstruction costs.Nassau, 
Young Israel of Wavecrest-Bayswater (National Council of Young Israel)$100,000To provide replacement appliances, housewares, furnishings and home repairs to families in Far Rockaway, Bayswater, Edgemere and Averne. Queens, 
Youth Consultation Service$40,000To replace the school’s kitchen equipment, computers and servers, furniture and adaptive equipment at the YCS George Washington School in Hackensack and the group homes.Bergen, 
YouthBuild USA$85,000To provide the crew supervision required for YouthBuild members to work on FEMA-designated construction and rehabilitation projects on Long Island and in Far Rockaway.Brooklyn, Nassau,