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Hurricane Sandy: How to Help

Superstorm Sandy blew through the Northeast last night, leaving an incredible path of destruction in its wake. Power failures, uprooted trees and flooded homes are a reality for millions of families. Here are a few ways you can help, no matter where you are:

Red Cross: The disaster relief fund is providing assistance, including shelter, food and emotional support to the storm's victims. The website has directions for donating via the Internet, phone or text. Click here to help.

Salvation Army: Shelters and mobile feeding units across the East Coast are serving those affected by the storm. Click here to help.

Save the Children: This organization is focused on helping children and families in high-risk areas. Click here to help.

Feeding America: Food, water and supplies are provided to those in the disaster zone. Click here to help.

Americares: This emergency outreach organization delivers targeted medication and supplies to hurricane victims. Click here to help.

WorldVision: Focused on families with children, this fund provides cleanup, food, and blanket kits and personal hygiene items. Click here to help.

Humane Society: Animals are victims, too! If you're worried about your furry friends, donate to this foundation. Click here to help.

Samaritan's Purse: Want to lend a physical hand? Check out this organization, which is looking for volunteers to head to the area for cleanup efforts. Click here to help.

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