Use Cornell Filipino Association’s Donation Page to contribute to Oxfam America on behalf of the Cornell community. Join the team!
Ithaca Firefighter James Wheal left Friday for the Philippines, on a one week trip to support the search, rescue, recovery and long term planning mission that is ongoing following Typhoon Haiyan. Other Ithaca firefighters are covering James’ shifts at the fire house while he goes to help those hit hardest by the typhoon. James is […]
See which charities are providing relief to Philippines typhoon victims at Charity Navigator. Good information here on designation policies of some organizations seeking donations, and tips for designating your gift.
To mark their 101-year anniversary, the Cornell Club of the Philippines will be repacking relief goods to aid victims of Typhoon Haiyan, following a birthday mass in honor of Martin Romualdez. November 14, 2013 4 p.m. Repacking center at the Sports Complex of Barangay Valenzuela Tanay St. (corner of Hormiga Street, just off JP Rizal) Makati, […]
Keith G. Tidball, New York State Extension Disaster Education Network Coordinator, provided the following information Nov. 12 regarding the typhoon in the Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines on Nov. 8, 2013, and then descended upon Vietnam and southern China. Officials in the Philippines fear that millions will need basic aid during the still-unfolding rescue […]
President David J. Skorton issued the following statement Nov. 11 regarding the typhoon in the Philippines: The thoughts, concern, and goodwill of the entire Cornell University community turn today toward the Philippines. An estimated nine and a half million people in the central region of the country have suffered losses from Typhoon Haiyan. We are […]
Chris Barrett, professor of applied economics and management at Cornell University and author of an American Enterprise Institute paper on U.S. food assistance programs and the book “Food Aid After Fifty Years: Recasting Its Role,” cautions people that, while needs are vast in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, it is important to only donate reputable […]
Cornell Filipino Association is planning several events to aid relief efforts. Find up-to-date information at CFA’s website (http://cornellfilipino.weebly.com) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/CornellFilipinoAssoc).
Cornell trustee Howard Milstein has just made a very thoughtful and generous donation of $2.3 million to the FDNY Foundation and the New York City Police Foundation. His gift is earmarked for first responders whose homes have been damaged by Hurricane Sandy, and he has made it possible for more than 2,000 of them to […]
Go to http://interoccupy.net/occupysandy/ to donate and volunteer. CURRENT NEEDS as of 11/15/12: blankets (we have none), flashlights, aaa batteries, gallon ziplock bags, cleaning hardware, especially brooms, flat shovels, mops, masks and gloves, hydrogen peroxide, white vinegar, any sort of baby/toddler food and formula, duct and scotch tape, toiletries (deodorants, tampons, soap, etc), can openers, pink spray paint. […]
Everybody’s got something to offer. Use your time, passion, skills and willingness to help New Yorkers in need following Hurricane Sandy. Volunteer opportunities are posted at http://www.nycservice.org/
Love Knows No Bounds (www.loveknowsnobounds.org) is leading a service trip to Staten Island, leaving Ithaca on Friday, 11/16, at 3:30pm and returning Sun, 11/18 around 10pm. We will be assisting with debris clean-up, demolition, mold remediation, and possible hanging sheetrock. If you are interested in more information or joining this trip, please e-mail: email@example.com Participation […]
Love Knows No Bounds (www.loveknowsnobounds.org), along with a number of community partners, is collecting the following school supplies to help students in Staten Island get back to their studies: backpacks, notebooks, folders, lunchboxes, pens, pencils, rulers, pads of drawing paper, or gift cards to Staples. If you would like to donate school supplies, here are the […]
Drop in to become a registered Red Cross Disaster or Blood Services volunteer. Become trained and prepared to deploy locally or across the nation for the next disaster, or, to volunteer at local Blood Drives. Call 607-273-1900 with questions. 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Tompkins County Chapter of the American Red Cross 2 Ascot Place (Rear […]
Submitted by the Mental Health Association in Tompkins County (http://mhaedu.org/): Residents of any state that have been emotionally affected by Hurricane Sandy can access free 24/7 crisis counseling and support through the national Disaster Distress Helpline at 800-985-5990 or text ‘TalkWithUs’ to 66746 (Spanish-speakers can text ‘Hablanos’ to 66746). Assistance is also available to individuals […]
The Cornell Recreation Connection (CRC) is sending a bus to New York City this Saturday, November 10. We would like to fill the storage compartment of that bus with supplies for persons in need due to the recent hurricane. The bus will depart for NYC at 6:30 am on Saturday morning, November 10. Two drop […]
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced Nov. 2 that New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy can now call or go online to register for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Disaster survivors have three ways to apply: Individuals can call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 1-800-462-7585 for the speech- and hearing-impaired. If you use […]
The American Red Cross Offers Volunteer Training for Sandy Relief Effort TOMORROW, Saturday, November 3rd, in Syracuse, NY. Please see link for details.
The Public Service Center will connect students and the Cornell community to volunteer opportunities relating to Hurricane Sandy when they become available to us through partnerships like Campus Compact, the American Red Cross and the United Way.
Great resource for folks in New Jersey at http://www.nj211.org/hurricane.cfm. Thanks to Margaret C. for passing it along. The site offers information on road conditions and public transportation, power outage updates, and tips for finding gas and charging stations via Twitter. Our thoughts are with you all.
Keith Tidball, Cornell Cooperative Extension disaster education program director, gives specific tips how members of the public can help people in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Read the article >>
If you have academic concerns because of family who have been severely impacted, your first point of contact should be your faculty advisor and/or your college advising office. For additional resources, visit the Caring Community site. Please do not hesitate to ask for help if you need it.
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