Even though it has been more than two weeks since the initial impact of Hurricane Sandy, families, communities, and cities are still experiencing its devastating effects. While some progress has been made, there is still a long way to go to for families and communities to fully recover.
To support our neighborhoods and communities in New York City that have been significantly affected by Hurricane Sandy, the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative are taking action to help with relief efforts. On Sunday, November 18, we will bring people and organizations together to join us for a day of volunteering in a community – one where many of our employees, partners, and friends live and work – that is still picking up the pieces.
Join us, President Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton, at a Day of Action for New York. Recovery will not be easy for everyone, but with your help, our homes, communities, and cities can begin to make progress. As we've seen through our work, when people come together, we can make a greater impact than any one person or group can do alone.
If you are unable to join us
Day of Action and still want to make a difference, throughout the
we will be adding other ways that you can get involved and take
online and through your own communities, so please continue to
on our page. If you have any questions about our Day of Action, please email SandyVolunteers@clintonglobalinitiative.org.
You can also join our online community to follow our Day of Action progress.