Communities throughout Ohio, the East Coast, and all across America have been affected by the terrible storms and flooding as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Jane and I are keeping the victims of the storms throughout the region in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. 

The Red Cross, fire, police and others are working around the clock to help those affected. However more help is needed. Please take a second to check out some of the options available to help those in need:

Make a Donation

Relief agencies such as the American Red Cross are in need of cash donations to provide food, clothing, shelter and other necessities to those affected. 

You can help by contacting the American Red Cross Disaster Relief or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. 


Those interested in helping with the clean-up efforts can visit the Red Cross website to sign up. Volunteer coordinators are constantly scouring their website for volunteer information to begin contacting those interested.
Track the Storm
Google’s Crisis response team has created a website specifically for Hurricane Sandy to help officials communicate with their residents, including this map.  

The Hurricane Sandy map is designed to help people track the progress of the storm and receive critical emergency response messages, both on their computers and smartphones. On the map, you’ll find the following emergency preparedness information: