Help Hurricane Sandy Survivors Rebuild

by World Concern
$8,236 Raised
total goal
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World Concern is responding directly to aid families affected by Hurricane Sandy in Haiti, where more than 50 people lost their lives and 18,000 families are left homeless by this historic storm. In the U.S., we're responding through partner organizations and local churches to reach families in need with emergency assistance.


Hurricane Sandy swiped Haiti as a category 1 hurricane, causing widespread flooding and devastation, before turning north toward the East Coast of the U.S. The massive storm crippled the already struggling Caribbean nation of Haiti. 18,000 families (about 100,000 people) were left homeless. Fears of a food crisis are spreading as 70% of crops were destroyed by flood waters in Southern Haiti. As it slammed into the U.S., it claimed the lives of 45 people, and destroyed homes and possessions.


World Concern is responding directly in our project areas of Haiti to aid families affected by the disaster. In the U.S., we're responding through partner organizations and local churches to reach people with emergency assistance. After initial urgent needs are met, we'll begin repairing and rebuilding homes and schools in Haiti damaged by flooding. We'll also provide small business grants to those whose businesses and livelihoods were destroyed.

Long-Term Impact

Having a stable, safe place to live, and the ability to earn income is a vital initial step in helping people get back on their feet. Families who lost homes and livelihoods will receive assistance to rebuild.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


World Concern's Hurricane Sandy Response
World Concern's Disaster Lifeline

Organization Information

World Concern

Location: Seattle, WA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Cathy Herholdt
Seattle, WA United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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