Over $1.6 million helping to
Rebuild and Revive Long Island
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Newsday and the McCormick Foundation launched a special campaign through Newsday Charities to provide relief and recovery services to Long Islanders devastated by the superstorm.
Thanks to the generosity of nearly 5,000 caring donors, along with matching funds from the Foundation, more than $1.6 million has been granted through the Hurricane Sandy Long Island Disaster Relief campaign to aid in recovery efforts. None of this would have been possible without our donors' help. Thank you.
The Report to the Community provides details on how the money raised is being put to work to help Long Islanders rebuild their homes and lives. We hope you find the report as informational and inspiring as we do.
While the Hurricane Sandy campaign has stopped accepting donations, Newsday Charities is committed to helping those in need on Long Island by supporting nonprofit agencies providing services in the areas of hunger, housing, child/youth education and child abuse treatment and prevention.
Click here for more information on Newsday Charities.