Catskill Flooding: Donation and relief centers (last updated 9/13/11)
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Catskills Region
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Red Cross (South Central NYand Northeastern NY disaster relief)VerfiedNoNoNohttps://american.redcross.org/site/Donation2?idb=1654959393&df_id=4993&4993.donation=form1https://american.redcross.org/site/Donation2?idb=1654959393&df_id=4993&4993.donation=form1----https://american.redcross.org/site/Donation2?idb=1654959393&df_id=4993&4993.donation=form1
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Catskills RegionNY FOOD/CLOTHING/SMALL ITEMS DRIVENoYesNoYeswww.facebook.com/SavetheCatskillsNYCwww.facebook.com/SavetheCatskills1. Disposal diapers all infant, children sizes, 2. Baby wipes, adult wipes/waterless wash clothes, 3. Infant formula new only cans, with valid expiration dates, 4. New personal hygiene items including tooth brushes, toothpaste, combs, shampoo, soap, face cloths, bath towels, shaving cream, disposable razors, feminine hygiene products, toilet paper, deodorant, 5. Clothing: t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, socks, shoes, underwear, sweat pants, shorts, flip flops, and baby clothes (any and all sizes), 6. New household items bleach, buckets, sponges, large garbage bags, paper towels, cleaning supplies, 7. Hand sanitizer, flashlights/batteries, 8. Tents/foldable tables, 9. Cat/dog food, 10. blankets, 11. Food - tea, coffee, powdered milk, canned goods
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Catskills RegionCatskill Mountain ReliefNoYesYesNoYesMultiple drop-off points in NYC -- see http://catskillmountainrelief.blogspot.comNYChttp://catskillmountainrelief.blogspot.com/CatskillMtnRelief@gmail.comSupplies, volunteers to transport goods to Catskills, volunteers to be NYC drop-off points, cleaning supplies, personal care products, clothing, bedding, baby formula, diapers, baby wipes. See website for full requirements: http://catskillmountainrelief.blogspot.com/
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Catskill Region with Delaware County emphasisCatskill Development FoundationYesNoNoNoCatskill Development Foundation5 1/2 Main StreetDelhiNY13753http://www.dcecenter.comMary Beth Silano8:30 -4:30The Catskill Development Foundation is owned by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. Donations will be given out to the business community as a grant. For further info, call the Delaware County Chamber at 607-746-2281.
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The Regional Food BankYesNoNoNoNoRegional Food Bank
MEMO: Hurricane Relief
965 Albany-Shaker Rd.LathamNY12110www.regionalfoodbank.netThe Regional Food Bank is working with the National Guard to airlift food and other vital supplies to communities in Greene, Schoharie, and Delaware counties that are inaccessible by road. Financial donations are needed to assist with the costs of shipping and handling all this food. Donations can be made by visiting the Food Bank’s website at www.regionalfoodbank.net. Click on the Donate Now button and select “Hurricane Relief” in the Program Description box. Texting RFB to 20222 to make an immediate $5 donation.
Donations of food can be dropped off at the Regional Food Bank or any Sunmark Federal Credit Union branch.
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Catskills regionUnited Way of New York StateYesNoNoNoNoHurricane Irene Recovery Fund, c/o United Way of New York State800 Troy-Schenectady Road, 2nd floorAlbanyNY12210Chatham Kids (21 Main Street, Chatham) is a drop-off site for school-supply donations to benefit local families affected by the hurricane. Those who lost their homes also lost their children’s school supplies. St. Joseph’s Church (Route 9, Stuyvesant Falls) and St. John the Baptist (Valatie) are two other school-supply donation sites.
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Catskills regionChatham KidsNoNoNoSchool supplies21 Main StreetChathamNY
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UlsterCatskills regionEarl B Feiden ApplianceNoNoNoNoFree appliances for hurricane victims
661 BroadwayKingstonny12401www.earlbfeiden.comMichael Feiden; Kingston 845-331-2231 or Latham 518-785-85559-5 mon-friIn response to the flooding caused from the recent hurricane and tropical storm, Earl B Feiden Appliance is reaching out to our neighbors in Schoharie, Delaware, Schenectady and Greene Counties to offer assistance with appliance needs. The recent NYS appliance rebate program has created a number of working appliances being traded in for more energy efficient models. The majority of these are refrigerators, but washers and dryers are also available. Earl B Feiden Appliance is offering to donate these appliances to anyone who has suffered a loss from the flooding. They are also providing free delivery.
Earl B Feiden Appliance has already delivered a number of refrigerators to local fire departments in Delaware County, where food is being stored for local families. If you or someone you know is in need these donations, please contact Earl B Feiden Appliance Kingston 845-331-2231 or Latham 518-785-8555
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Delaware
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Catskills regionHobart Rotary Catskill Relief FundVerifiedNoNoUnderwear, socksSchool suppliesHobart Rotary Catskill Relief FundNBT Bank of Hobart, P.O. Box H, NBT Bank of HobartHobartNY13788Julie Bullock at 538-1033; Andrew Flach at 917 885 4490.M-F 9-5Drop-off in Hobart, Items will be distributed throughout impacted area: Canned Goods, Bottled Water, Diapers, Blankets, Cleaning Supplies, Clothing
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Catskills-wide, with Delaware County focusMARK ProjectVerifiedNoNoNoNo MARK Project Inc., Relief/(community name)http://markproject.org/about-mark/donate/ or Box 516ArkvilleNY12406http://markproject.org/about-mark/donate/Peg Ellsworth- 845.586.3500M-F 9-5Send checks to MARK Project Inc., . Please make a note of any special direction for your donation. You can designate it to a specific community by putting Relief/(community name). http://markproject.org/emergency-relief-fund
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Catskills-wide, with Delaware County focusUnited Way of Delaware and Otsego Co. Disaster Fund.VerifiedNoNoNoNo(insert county name) Irene relief fundhttp://rebuildthecatskills.org/donate/ or 31 Maple StreetOneontaNY13820http://rebuildthecatskills.org/donate/(607) 432-8006M-F 9-5Cash donations may be made to the United Way of Delaware and Otsego Co. Disaster Fund. Call (607) 432-8006 to make such donation, or mail your check donation to United Way of Delaware and Otsego County, 31 Maple Street, Oneonta, NY 13820.
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Delaware CountyDelaware OpportunitiesNoYesYesUnderwear, socksYes35430 State Highway 10HamdenNY13782Household goods, school supplies, canned goods
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MargaretvilleMargaretville Methodist ChurchNoYesNoNoNo55 ChurchMargaretvilleNY12455--The Margaretville Methodist Church is asking that any more donations be taken to Belleayre Ski Center where many stranded residents are staying. The church can't handle any more donations - it's been an overwhelming response. Thank you to all who did, are, and will help. Mental Health Intermittent, Department Social Services DSS NYS Department of Labor are available
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MargaretvilleMargaretville Fire Hall
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NoNoNo77 Church StreetMargaretvilleNY12455(845) 586-4410-
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Margaretville, surrounding areasCatskill Mountain Christian CenterYesYesNoYes629 Main Street or http://cmcconline.org/MargaretvilleNY12455http://cmcconline.org/Paul Moore II10am - 4pmSenior meals Wednesday from 5-7. Serving meals daily during the flood recovery for anyone — free. All Food Pantry needs will be met by the Family Table Open 10-4 Daily — Food, toiletries, cleaning supplies, trash bags.
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Margaretville, surrounding areasInterfaith CouncilVerifiedNoNoNoNoMake checks out to Interfaith Council, c/o NBT Bank. Please note "flood relief" on your check.PO Box 140MargaretvilleNY12455--To get direct financial help to individuals and businesses in the area, donations may be made to the Interfaith Council which serves the area communities. Donations should be made out to the Interfaith Council and mailed c/o NBT Bank PO Box 140 Margaretville NY 12455
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MargaretvilleMargaretville Presbyterian ChurchNoYesNoYesStorage bins; household items89 Orchard StreetMargaretvilleNY124559am - 5pmThe Margaretville Presbyterian church is in need of large boxes or storage bins or totes.
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MargaretvilleHome Goods of MargaretvilleNoYesNoNoNo785 Main StreetMargaretvilleNY12455Dorothy Maffei at 845-586-4177Call to set up a time to volunteer in Margaretville.
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Delaware CountyDelaware County Department of Social ServicesNoNoNoNoSchool supplies99 Main StreetDelhiNY13753Susan Aikens -832-5300School supplies needed: backpacks, pencils, pens, composition note books, calculators, glue sticks, blunt scissors, crayons and markers, etc.
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Delaware CountyDelaware County Office for the AgingNoNoNoNoFurniture6 Court StreetDelhiNY13753(607) 746-6333Please donate Furniture - Call Delaware County Office for the Aging, (607) 746-6333 to leave contact information and what you have to donate. This is necessary due to limited storage space for such items. By leaving your number further arrangements will be made to match your donation with someone in need.
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FleischmannsFleischmanns Community ChurchNoYesYesUnderwear, socksdish washing liquid & scrubbers & can opener904 Main StreetFleischmannsNYLynn Collins-845-254-5261Meals are still being served at the Community Church in Fleischmanns but they are not accepting any donations at this time. Volunteer crews are being deployed to work with homeowners to remove debris, mud, and damaged house contents but the relief effort is beginning to wind down. Please contact the Church at 254-5261 to check the schedule of what is still available. The work in the Village is still being clean up and will continue for a long while.
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Arkville Arkville fire department YesYesYesNoArkville fire department 43365 state highway 28Arkville ny 12406845-586-30038am-7pmpls help donate for the people of arkville that have lost their home and there personal belongings
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Delaware County; Ulster CountyDelaware Flood Recovery CenterNoNoNoNoNo Belleayre Ski Center, 181 Galli Currci RoadHighmountNY12441Delaware Co. Dept. of Emerg. Svs. 607-746-9600, Email: www.dcdes.org; Flood Recovery Center: 845.254.5600 ext 1310Shelter Closing 9/9
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MargaretvilleMargaretville Central SchoolNoNoNoNoSchool supplies415 Main StreetMargaretvilleNY12455Backpacks, pencils, pens, (not books), calculators, glue sticks, blunt scissors, crayons or markers can be dropped at the school during regular school hours.
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MargaretvilleMargaretville HospitalNoNoNoNoMargaretville Hospital, 42084 State Highway 28MargaretvilleNY12455845-586-2631CVS temporary prescription refills
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RoxburyRoxbury Fire DepartmentNoYesNoNoRoxburyNY845-586-2647Dry Ice, Water available
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Margaretville, Arkville, FleischmannsTemporary Daycare at the Fairview Public LibraryNoYesNoNoNo43 Walnut Street, MargaretvilleMargaretvilleNY12455845-586-3791; abbylrose@gmail.comFree childcare for an hour or two at a time in the Community Room out back. 8-5 through Friday, September 9th.
Volunteers Needed.
Email: abbylrose@gmail.com
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ArkvilleArkville-BikevilleNoYesYesYes43365 State Hwy 28ArkvilleNY12406845-586-3003Pick up or drop off clothing, supplies, household supplies, canned goods, toiletries, etc. Everything from the Arkville Fire Department is now at the Arkville-Bikeville.
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MargaretvilleSidney Federal Credit Union, Walton NYNoNoNoNoInsulated Lunch bags for Margaretville Central School children.For more information contact: Amy Kleisner 607-865-7105
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Catskills RegionCarriage House, Jay Gould ChurchYesNorespiratorsJay Gould ChurchMain StRoxburyNY12474607-326-7655
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Greene
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Greene CountyCommunity Action of Greene CountyVerifiedNoNoNoNoCommunity Action of Greene County53 South Jefferson AvenueCatskillNY12414Florence Ohle, Director (518) 943-9205CAGC is the designated relief organization for all of Greene County. They have been helping Greene County residents for years and can be trusted to be responsible stewards of donors' money
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Greene CountyGreene Irene Disaster Fund
VerifiedNoNoNoNoGreene Irene Disaster FundNational Bank of Coxsackie, PO Box 400
CoxsackieNY12051518-731-6161The National Bank of Coxsackie and Bank of Greene County has established a disaster relief fund for people wishing to make financial donations to the communities and victims of Hurricane Irene. Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so at any one of the branches of the above banks. For further information please contact Greene County Administrator Shaun Groden at 518-622-3643.
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Greene CountyGreene Irene Disaster Fund
VerifiedNoNoNoNoGreene Irene Disaster FundThe Bank of Greene County
PO Box 470
CatskillNY12414(518) 943-3700The National Bank of Coxsackie and Bank of Greene County has established a disaster relief fund for people wishing to make financial donations to the communities and victims of Hurricane Irene. Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so at any one of the branches of the above banks. For further information please contact Greene County Administrator Shaun Groden at 518-622-3643.
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Greene CountyHunter Mtn Ski AreaNoNoNoCleaning supplies and tools
64 Klein Avenue, off State Route 23a
HunterNY12442Eric Johnson and Liz Slutzky-Cahill: call (518) 263-4223 ext. 2471 for hours and info.Call for hoursCommunity members from Windham, Prattsville, Lexington, Lanesville, and surrounding areas who have been impacted by Irene may come to the Learning Center at Hunter Mountain to pick up items such as food, water, clothing, toiletries, paper goods, and school supplies. Anyone who needs specific items, or who would like to arrange to come at an alternate time may leave a message on this voicemail with your name, contact phone number, and items needed. Please be advised that we are no longer accepting general donations at this site - accepted items are only work/cleaning supplies and tools.We have set up a voicemail line at Hunter Mountain with information about the donation center, including hours open. People can call (518) 263-4223 ext. 2471 for hours and info.


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PrattsvilleTown of Prattsville Relief FundVerifiedNoNoNoTown of Prattsville Irene Relief FundPO BOX 380Grand GorgeNY12434-Prattsville needs small coolers, towels, soap, shampoo, toys, bread. Please bring to to NBT in Grand Gorge tomorrow. Items will be delivered to Prattsville.
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PrattsvilleVolunteering in PrattsvilleNoYesNoNoGilboa SchoolPrattsville requests volunteers for this week with the following skills: light carpentry, renovation type work. Removing sheet rock, replacing sheet rock, light demo. Go to Gilboa School for shuttle bus to Prattsville.
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PrattsvilleZadock Pratt MuseumVerifiedYesNoNoZadock Pratt MusuemP.O. Box 33PrattsvlileNY12468http://www.prattmuseum.com/The Zadock Pratt Museum is also in need of funds to pay for conservators to restore furniture, period clothing, historic papers and books and other, more contemporary things like a new computer, new TV & video/DVD player, & lots more over the coming weeks, months. So, please, if you love local/regional history & want to support it, you can donate to the Museum at www.prattmuseum.com where we have a Pay Pal account set up.
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PrattsvilleGrande Gorge NBT BranchVerifiedYesNoBaby Food, Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Children's Tylenol, Aspirin, First Aid KitsRoute 23 and 30Grand GorgeNY
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PrattsvilleHuntersfield Christian Training CenterYesYesYesNoYes"Huntersfield Christian Training Center" and specify "Disaster Relief Account" in the memo.251 Huntersfield RoadPrattsvlileNY12468http://www.hctconline.org/disasterrecovery.htmlHuntersfield Disaster Relief Coordinator
George Williams at 518-299-3347
Huntersfield Christian Training Center (HCTC), located on the highground above Prattsville has been designated as the Hurricane Irene Recovery Mission for the town. As such, we have been given the responsibility to coordinate a food and feeding program for the town, residential recovery operations including all home mud-out, stripping, and eventual rebuilding over time, as well as housing of displaced families.


The Huntersfield Christian Training Center has been working as a relief center and currently does not need donation of clothes but really needs volunteers to help sort and organize the many donations already received so they can then been given out to those in need. Donations have come in so fast that there are boxes of donations that have not even been gone through. First aid supplies continue to be something that is in need. Complete first aid kits are the best instead of smaller items. Hank Goekel continues to head up the relief efforts.
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Greene CountyGreene County Emergency Operations CenterYesNoSupplies518-635-5115
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Greene CountyFormer Sawyer AutomotiveYesNoSupplies7856 Route 9WCatskillNY12414Items should be limited to non-perishable goods. All items should be in non-breakable containers. Please, no glass containers.
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Greene CountyNeighbors Helping NeighborsNoYesNoNoSupplieshttp://www.facebook.com/NeighborshelpingNeighborsGreeneCountyGreene County--Alex Reuter-This is a public page to connect people in Greene County that need help recovering from Hurricane Irene with people who want to help. Monetary donations to the Red Cross and other relief funds are amazing and necessary, but this page is for people who want to help directly, within their own county. Even with Red Cross efforts and Federal help, people may still be without items big and small. This page allows them to make requests for things they need and connect them with people who can provide them. It also offers a feeling of satisfaction knowing you personally helped a person get back on their feet.
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LexingtonLexington MissionYesYesYesNocleaning suppliesLexington MissionPO Box 201; 3974 Rt.42 (across from the post office)LEXINGTONNY12452lexingtonmission@gmail.comJack JordanDaily 8am-4pm
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AshlandAshland FirehouseNoNoSuppliesRte. 23 and West Settlement Road in AshlandAshlandNY12468--TANKS OF PROPANE, CANS OF GAS, COOLERS WITH ICE! Batteries, shovels, packaged underwear, packaged tshirts, towels, plastic utensils, plates, paper towels,packaged/canned food etc........
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AshlandCommunity of Ashland Recovery Effort (CARE)
YesNoNoNoNoAshland Town Hall, Main StreetAshlandNY12407
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Greene CountyRed Cross Center Main St. Cairo, Cairo Elementary School.NoNoNoNomain St.CairoNY12413-open 24/7 Food and Shelter, open 24/7
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MaplecrestLiving Faith Community ChurchYesNoYes58 route 56 (big hollow road) / http://translateinthecatskills.com/2011/08/31/post-hurricane-update/MaplecrestNY12454-Pastor Al Bugos let us know that the Fellowship Center operated by the Living Faith Community Church is now operating as a food and water station for people in Maplecrest who have run out of supplies. Donations are welcome; please direct them to: Al Bugos, pastor; Living Faith Community Church; 58 Route 56; Maplecrest NY 12454.
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LexingtonLexington Fire DepartmentNo82 Spruceton Rd West KillLexingtonNY12492Paul DwonCash donations
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WindhamWARF Windham Area Recreation Foundation/Windham RebuildNoNoNoWARF, 61 State Route 296, Windham, NY 12496 *please indicate "flood relief" in the memo. 61 State Route 296WindhamNY12496-Cash donations by check or online via PayPal http://www.racewindham.com/wwc-donations/ or http://www.windhamrebuild.org (Note: This fund is being administered by a 501c3 organization affiliated with the organizers of the Windham World Cup. It is still in the process of being set up, and it is still unclear where exactly financial donations will be distributed. I spoke with an organizer who says that the funds will be distributed in the Windham-Jewett-Ashland area. -- Julia Reischel, Watershed Post)
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Greene CountyMaetreum of CybeleNoNoNoHurricane Irene Relief Fund3312 Route 23APalenvilleNY12463firstchurch@gallae.comopenthe Maetreum of Cybele in Palenville has living space available on a temporary basis for women in need. We are a Goddess oriented convent of the Cybeline faith but have no religious restrictions for staying with us. Women left homeless by the storm are welcome to stay on an entended basis
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WindhamWindham Emergency Command CenterNoNo----518-734-4938-Coordinating volunteers and general needs in Windham.
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WindhamOld LaGrigliaNoYesNoSupplieson RT 296 (across from Chalet Fondue)WindhamNY1249650,000 pounds of food were just delivered to Hope Restoration Food Pantry to be distributed throughout the mt top. Thank you to all those involved. No more clothing is needed at this time. If you want to help, drop off the following at Old LaGriglia on RT 296 (across from Chalet Fondue): work boots, sneakers, other kind of shoes for when not working, waterproof gloves, surgical masks...this is the help we need now. work boots, sneakers, other kind of shoes for when not working, waterproof gloves, surgical masks
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WindhamSt. Theresa's Church in WindhamNoYesNoSupplies5188 Rte. 23WindhamNY12496St Theresa's Church 5188 rt 23 can accept donations. Ashland Firehouse on rt 23 and West Settlement Rd. TANKS OF PROPANE, CANS OF GAS, COOLERS WITH ICE! Batteries, shovels, packaged underwear, packaged tshirts, towels, plastic utensils, plates, paper towels,packaged/canned food etc.
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WindhamVolunteering in WindhamNoYesNoSuppliesHelpWindham@gmail.com; 518-610-0380All & any cleaning supplies, wheelbarrows, trucks etc. are needed.
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WindhamWindham Fire Dept.NoNoSupplies5200 Main StreetWindhamNY12496Food, water
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WindhamCommunity of Windham Foundation's Adopt-a-Family Fund. YesNoNoNoNoCommunity Of Windham Foundation "Adopt a Family Fund" PO Box 217WindhamNY12496http://www.communityofwindhamfoundation.org/donations.htmThe Community Of Windham Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization serving the full-time and seasonal residents and visitors to the Town of Windham and the Mountain Top area. Community Of Windham Foundation depends on individual donations from area residents and businesses and all gifts are tax-deductible.
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WindhamWindham Chapter of the Catskill Mountain FoundationVerifiedNoNoNoNoWindham ChapterPO Box 600WindhamNY12496http://www.catskillmtn.org/initiatives/windham-chapter/donate.html

The Windham Chapter has set up a special fund for donations designated to help restore Windham after the damage and devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Irene.
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Schoharie
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Schoharie CountyHelp Schoharie County websitehttp://helpschohariecountynypostirene.blogspot.com/----Guide to donations and relief in Schoharie County
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Schoharie CountySchoharie County Community Action Program (SCCAP)VerifiedYesYesYesIrene Relief Fund MEMO: FLOOD VICTIMS795 East Main Street, Suite 5CobleskillNY12043Phil Alotta or any staff present, phone 518-234-2568 or 1-866-849-2402Mon- Friday 8-5pServes Schoharie County residents with clothing, funds, food, community information and referral- assisting coordination of resources in County which was hit hard in Middleburgh and Schoharie. The Schoharie County Community Action Program is collecting donations of nonperishable food items, diapers, water, new clothing from child to adult, toiletries and money, cash or check (100% goes to individual victims). Donations may also be dropped off across the street from the office.
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Prattsville, Schoharie CountyGrand George Civic CenterNoYesYesBaby needs, cleaning supplies. Desperately need flashlights, ketchup and pet foodLisa Caravino 607.643.2367 Grand George Civic Center
Lisa Caravino 607.643.2367 They are accepting donations of food, baby needs, clothing, cleaning supplies and desperately need flash lights, ketchup and pet food
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Schoharie CountyCarlisle Fire Department AuxiliaryNoYesYesNew T-shirts, socksSuppliesCarlisle Fire Dept AuxiliaryP.O. Box 73/ Carlisle Fire Department on Route 20.CarlisleNY12031(518) 234-2134daily from 9-11 a.m.; 2-4 p.m.; and 6-8 p.mThe Carlisle Fire Department Auxiliary is providing support to Schoharie Valley volunteers. They are collecting donations of items, cash, checks, and gift cards to Walmart, Price Chopper, and BJ's. Call for a list of items needed.

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MiddleburghTown of MiddleburghVerifiedYesNoIrene disaster reliefPO Box 789MiddleburghNY12122--Monetary donations are being accept for residents and businesses who suffered catastophic losses due to Hurricane Irene in the Town of Middleburgh. FEMA does not cover businesses and many residents/businesses did not have appropriate insurance coverage...please send donations made payable to the Village of Middleburgh (indicate Irene disaster relief in subject line) and mailed to: Village of Middleburgh, PO Box 789, Middleburgh, NY 12122.
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SchoharieSchoharie County Office Building parking lotYesYesNoYesNYPick up and drop off for town of Schoharie. Donations accepted.
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Gilboa "REBUILD GILBOA" FundNoNoNoNo"Rebuild Gilboa"TDBank
125 State Street
AlbanyNY12207Dustin Krause at TDBANK 518-455-9912A Fund, "REBUILD GILBOA," has been created to help the families, especially the school children, in and around the Schoharie Valley. 100% of the proceeds will go to the GILBOA-CONESVILLE School System, which includes the towns of Prattsville, Blenheim, Gilboa, Conesville, and surrounding towns that were devastated by flooding. The money collected will be used to buy the school children clothing and supplies!

There are several ways to donate: Mail donations to TDBANK 125 State Street Albany NY, 12207; call ; existing TD customers can Transfer Funds; companies can wire funds; and non-TD customers will be directed to a local TDBank Branch to make donations.
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Schoharie CountyCobleskill Golding Middle SchoolNoShelter193 Golding DriveCobleskillNY12043Dove Karn 518-878-4345 and Carla Dupont 518-231-3419Current SHELTER for the Immediate Schoharie area --- Pass this information to all you know! Many do not know we are here! Contacts for Middleburgh location are: Dove Karn 518-878-4345 and Carla Dupont 518-231-3419
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Schoharie CountyJefferson Abundant Source Thrift StoreJeffersonNY12093Toni Cumming 607-287-1330, two-widgets@yahoo.com Pick up clothing, linens, bedding, some houseware items. Donations also accepted
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MiddleburghMiddleburgh Elementary School GymNoYesYesNoYes8am - 6pmMiddleburgh Donation Distribution Center located in the Middleburgh Elementary gym has a desperate need for the following items. We are open from 8am to 6pm daily until further notice. Delaware and surrounding Counties Flooding - Hurricane Irene, August 2011 First aid kits especially band aids. Work gloves. Masks and hospital grade gloves. Bug spray... Sunscreen. Plastic storage totes (large ones with tops). Duct tape. Tarps. Canned foods.Bleach. Dog and cat food. Toiletries. ALL paper products (paper plates, cups, napkins, towels). Cleaning supplies. BRAND new clothes with tags and towels only. NO USED CLOTHES, BEDDING OR TOYS!!! What we have, we are shipping to other sites for distribution!
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BlenheimBlenheim Fire DepartmentYesYesYesPick up and drop off for town of Blenheim. Donations accepted.
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EsperanceEsperance Elks LodgeYesYesYes111 Main StreetEsperanceNY518-875-6200The Esperance Elks Lodge is working with the Red Cross and takingBath essentials, cleaning supplies, and school supplies. For directions, call the lodge at 875-6200.
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Schoharie CountyFEMA / Tide Loads of Hope and Duracell Power ReliefNoNoNoNoNo138 Merchant PlaceCobleskillNY12043"Tide’s Free Laundry Services available from 1PM – 8PM on Friday, September 2 and from 8AM – 8PM beginning Saturday, September 3.
Duracell Power Relief Trailer Services available beginning Friday, September 2 from 10AM – 8PM and from 8AM – 8PM beginning Saturday, September 3."FEMA / Tide Loads of Hope and Duracell Power Relief
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MiddleburghSchoharie Valley Martial ArtsYesAcross from the Grand UnionMiddleburghNY12122Schoharie Valley Martial Arts(Karate building across the street from Grand Union in Middleburgh) is accepting donations AND names of those who need help/supplies
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Duanesburg, MiddleburghDuanesburg Central SchoolYesDCS PTSO: "Flood Victims"133 School DriveDelansonNY12053518-895-2279Duanesburg Central is collecting money donations along with Wal-Mart gift cards to be used to help Duanesburg and Middleburgh students affected by the flood. The money and gift cards will be used to purchase back-to-school clothing for students along with other items. The school is also seeking school supply donations, such as lunch boxes and backpacks. Donations can be delivered to any of the school buildings. Checks should be made out to the DCS PTSO with "Flood Victims" written on the memo line. All monetary donations can be mailed or brought to any of the school buildings. The school is also looking for information on any Duanesburg students and their families who need help.
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Schoharie CountyPrizm FoundationYesYesNoNoprizm foundationpo box 12302albuquerquenm87195www.prizm.orgchuck mccune8 am - 10 pmwe offer shelters and recovery/replacement buildings (ex. 1 room starter building to add on to) for those that are not covered by fema relief. as a 501c3 we can collect donations and direct to those in need of replacement shelter. we have local reps in northeast area who live in ulster county. we are familiar with the area (we are from the kingston woodstock area) and the issues regarding getting ahead of this before winter. please direct inquiries through the website or use the toll free number 866/622-8630. for solutions that need to come through fema we hope to help as well provided fema decides to provide our products and services.
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Ulster
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Ulster/SullivanFrost Valley YMCAFrost Valley YMCA - rebuilding fundVerified9/17 - 9/19NoNoNoFrost Valley YMCA - rebuilding fund2000 Frost Valley RoadClaryvilleNY12725frostvalley.org/relieffundjdymond@frostvalley.org Jerry Huncosky at 845-985-2291Frost Valley are looking for 25-30 volunteers to help clean up Pigeon Brook and the Neversink. Pigeon Lodge is smashed to pieces in the two rivers and need volunteers to help clean it up. We promise it will be hard wet work. A strong back and a love for Frost Valley are required. The Castle reserved for us for the weekend of Sept 17-19. You need rubber boots, gloves and a desire to work the full day on Saturday. Call Jerry Huncosky at 845-985-2291 to reserve a bed in the Castle and help us out.
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United Methodist ChurchYesYesNoNew packages of fresh socks and underwear (all sizes) and toiletries 29 Church StreetPhoeniciaNY12464845-688-5828 (between 9am to 8pm)10-4 daily, including Labor DayUnited Methodist Church, 29 Church Street, Phoenicia - Free Store and Food Pantry. Open 10-4 daily, including Labor Day for anyone needing clothing, linens, toiletries and non-perishable food. At this time, thanks to a generous community, there is no need for additional clothing donations. However, we still need new packages of fresh socks and underwear (all sizes) and toiletries and non-perishable food.
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Pine Hill Community CenterYesYesUnderwear, socks, bootsYesFood, clothingPine HillNYAnn Epner
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PhoeniciaPhoenicia RotaryVerifiedYes -- see CERT belowNoNoNoPhoenicia Rotary Club: Hurricane Irene Clean-upPO Box 660PhoeniciaNY12464Coordinating civilian relief efforts
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PhoeniciaTimber Lake Camp Foundation Phoenicia Relief FundVerifiedNoNoNoNoTHE TIMBER LAKE FOUNDATION. In the memo line, please note: PHOENICIA RELIEF FUND85 Crescent Beach RoadGlen CoveNY11542http://timberlakecamp.com/phoeniciarelief/Timber Lake Camp, through the Timber Lake Foundation, is establishing the PHOENICIA RELIEF FUND to help our local community rebuild. The Fund will open with a $100,000 donation from Jay & Mindy Jacobs and Timber Lake Camp. Anyone interested in helping is invited to make a tax deductible donation to the Timber Lake Foundation, a 501(C)(3) Corporation. ALL DONATIONS WILL BE ADDITIONAL to the $100,000 already committed by the Camp. Individuals, Businesses and Organizations may apply for funding.
• Your application will be reviewed by a committee of local representatives.
• Funds will be dispersed only to owners of primary residences & businesses or approved
organizations
• All grants will be public information and paid directly from the TLC Foundation.
• Please have applications in by October 10th, 2011
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PhoeniciaShandaken Phoenicia Rotary Civil Emergency Response Team - C.E.R.T.Yes -- see "Phoenicia rotary" above
YesNoNoCALL ROTARY PRESIDENT KEN JACOBS
845-688-5944
OR CALL THE TOWN HALL
845-688-7165 or 845-688-7169
Call for detailsPhoenicia Rotary is coordinating volunteer clean-up efforts in Phoenicia. Visit them at their table in front of Mama's Boy in Phoenicia to volunteer. Wear boots, bring gloves if you have them, and other items will be provided - dust masks; shovels and brooms.
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Verified flood relief organizations in this spreadsheet in Ulster, Schoharie, Greene, and Delaware counties.
"After the deluge" Benefit concert
September 28th 5:30-10p.m.
VerifiedNoNoNoNoKeegan Ales, 20 St. James St., Kingston NY 12401KingstonNY12401http://www.kingstondigitalcorridor.org/afterthedeluge/Mark MarshallOn September 28th, Kingsotn Digital Corridor and the Ulster County Musicians Network will be doing something to help out.
After the Deluge is a night of music in support of these folks. Thanks to our friends at the Watershed Post, We’ve found verified flood relief organizations in Ulster, Schoharie, Greene, and Delaware counties – the whole Catskills region. All proceeds from this event will go to them. We’re asking you to pay what you can, but $15 bucks or more at the door, and the first beer is on us. We’re not maintaining a list of artists here, as it’s growing faster than we can keep up. But regardless of who ends up playing, it’s going to be a great night of music, and it’s for the worthiest of causes.
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PhoeniciaFree Hurricane Irene Holistic Outreach Clinic, 3pm-6pm, Sundays 9/11 -10/21NoNoNoNoFree holistic healthcare for hurricane victimsParish Hall, 109 Main PhoeniciaFree Hurricane Irene Holistic Outreach Clinic: massage, chiropractic,reiki,homeopathy, acupuncture, EFT, energy healing and more. 3pm-6pm, Sundays 9/11 -10/21. Parish Hall, 109 Main St. Phoenecia, NY. No appointments necessary. Brought to you by Family of Woodstock.
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9/23/2011 10:37:24DelawaremargaretvillemargaretvilleYesYesYesYes
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