Searching for a last-minute Christmas gift? There are still multiple opportunities to shop and help victims of Superstorm Sandy this season.
Check out www.bonfirefunds.com/fund/east-end-cares-sandy-relief-fund from now until Friday, 12/21 and buy an East End Cares tshirt! Shirts are $25, and the money goes to East End Cares to support victims of Superstorm Sandy. Visit the East End Cares Facebook page for additional information on ways to help devastated areas.
Do your Christmas shopping through santa4sandy.org. Donations will go directly to help kids in New York affected by Sandy. Santa 4 Sandy was started through The LOGIE Project, a not-for-profit based in East Hampton. Shop at Common Kidness Amazon store and set Santa 4 Santa as the nonprofit of choice! Visit the website for more information.
The Hampton Bays Mothers’ Association has organized a gift card drive for the victims of Superstorm Sandy. Drop off locations include Scotto’s Italian Pork Store on Main Street in Hampton Bays, Southampton Stationery on Hampton Road, Southampton Village, The Southampton Publick House, Bowden Square, Southampton, C’s Home and Office Management, 3331 Noyack Road, Sag Harbor, Katherine and Co., Westhampton Beach, Main Street. For more information, please contact Kerry Wilkie at 631-741-7014. Suggested gift cards: Target, Old Navy, Amex, Visa or MasterCard. The cards will be distributed to the Rockaways on 12/21.
The Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center, 431 East Main Street, Riverhead, 631-208-9200, www.longislandacquarium.com, is teaming up with Long Island Cares (the Harry Chapin Food Bank) and will act as a donation site. Call for additional information.
Head to the Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert at 230 Elm in Southampton on Saturday, December 22. Featuring Beau Hulse and L.A. Women “Doors Tribute” Proceeds benefit the Red Cross. $20, $25 at the door. Call 631-377-3900 or visit www.230elm.com for additional information.