This is our final report for the "Support Children Affected by Hurricane Sandy” project. Your generous support allowed Save the Children to immediately deploy teams to some of the hardest hit areas following Hurricane Sandy’s destructive hit to the east coast.
Save the Children’s Post-disaster Immediate Response Programs Reached More Than 43,000 Survivors and Included:
Months after Sandy devastated the East Coast, Save the Children’s response and recovery teams are still in New York and New Jersey, working with families, communities, and partner organizations to provide long-term assistance to help families return to normalcy, send their children to school, and have access to child care.
Save the Children’s Long-Term Hurricane Sandy Response Includes:
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