How to Help Hurricane Harvey victims

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Red Cross
Call: 1-800-RED CROSS
Or Text Harvey to the number 90999

Save the Children

The Salvation Army

North American Mission Board

Heart to Heart International

Long Beach collection:
The City of Long Beach, which suffered similar devastation after Superstorm Sandy in 2012, has established a donation center for the next two weeks to collect items. Long Beach Councilman Scott J. Mandel launched the effort and the Long Beach Auxiliary Police Department & City of Long Beach Fire Department will be accepting donations for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.  

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Residents of the Third Congressional District can drop off items at Suozzi's Huntington and Queens offices to be delivered to Long Beach and included in the packages that will be sent to Texas.  

Huntington District Office 
478A Park Ave 
Huntington, NY 

Queens District Office 
250-02 Northern Blvd 
Little Neck, NY 
(Open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)  

Items in need of donation: 
• Cleaning Supplies  
• Personal Hygiene Products  
• First Aid Supplies  
• Gift Cards (We will NOT accept Cash/Check)  
• Non-Perishable Food 
• Baby Products  
• Other: Flashlights / Batteries / Blankets / Toilet Paper, etc.  
 

Island Harvest 
Island Harvest Locations in Uniondale, Hauppauge and Bethpage

PLUS-
Christopher Morley Park, Roslyn- Admin Building

Eisenhower Park, East Meadow- at the golf driving range

Cedar Creek Park, Wantagh, Admin Building

Grant Park, Hewlett, Admin Building

Donation and Volunteer Resources:
Be Ready LI
United Ways of Texas
Salvation Army, Hurricane Harvey relief efforts or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

Disaster Relief Fund for the Animal Victims of Harvey

Houston SPCA
SPCA of Texas
Austin Pets Alive
Houston Humane Society
San Antonio Humane Society

Donations can also be mailed to:
Suffolk County SPCA
P.O. Box 6100
Hauppauge, NY 11788-0099
or by website

 
To connect to national organizations seeking volunteers:  National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD):  http://www.nvoad.org.  Member organizations have posted their volunteer criteria.
 
While cash is definitely preferred, see information on items that are now being collected and how those should be directed.  These include:
Diaper Bank – In need of any size diapers. Diapers can be mailed to:
5415 Bandera Road
Suite 504
San Antonio, TX 78238 
 
Trusted World's Donation Center - Mail items to Trusted World's donation center at 15660 North Dallas Parkway, Dallas, through Sept. 1. Items needed include:
-toiletries, 
-feminine hygiene products
-diapers
-baby food 
-baby wipes and 
-nonperishable food
-The only clothing items that are needed at this time are packs of underwear and socks

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