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How To Volunteer for Hurricane Sandy Relief

As the East Coast slowly recovers from Hurricane Sandy, the need for volunteers has increased. Below, we’ve collected a long list of Twitter dispatches for GalleyCat readers who want to volunteer in the region. Follow the #SandyVolunteer hashtag for breaking updates.

If you can’t travel but still want to help, you can donate money to Red Cross disaster relief right now. You can also make an appointment to donate blood to the Red Cross. Share new volunteer opportunities in the comments section, we will update the feed.

Above, we’ve embedded an AOL video about how volunteers are already working in the region. Here’s more: “With so many regions affected by Hurricane Sandy, the Red Cross is stretched thin covering so many shelters. They have thus put out a call for more volunteers, and people are answering the call.”

 

 


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