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Good Day Cares Hurricane Sandy collection

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Fox 5's Good Day Cares partnered with the Catholic Charities of New York to help people whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Good Day New York hosted a drive outside the Fox 5 building on Friday, Nov. 9, from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.

A Catholic Charities truck was parked outside of 205 E. 67th St. on the Upper East Side. Good Day Cares asked members of the community, as well as corporations, to donate from the list of items below.

Catholic Charities serves people in need of all denominations.

Monsignor Kevin Sullivan from Catholic Charities was on Good Day New York.

  • Cleaning Supplies
     Shovels
     Rakes
     Brooms
     Work Gloves
     Garbage Bags (Heavy Duty)
     Face Masks
     Batteries
  • Toiletries & Pharmaceuticals
     Tylenol
     Advil
     Disposable Gloves
     Diapers
     Wipes
  • Food
     Baby Food and Formula
     Can Openers

Note:  Catholic Charities cannot accept coats or clothing.

Donate via check:

Checks made out to Catholic Charities Office of Development- The check memo or note must indicate that it is for Sandy Relief.

Checks can be mailed to us at:

Catholic Charities Office of Development
1011 First Ave, 11th FL
New York, NY 10022

Fox 5's sister station, My9, partnered with The Community Food Bank of New Jersey for another drive.

A truck was outside My9 studios at 9 Broadcast Plaza in Secaucus, N.J., on Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Items needed include:

• Meals In A Can
• Canned Tuna
• Peanut Butter
• Granola Bars
• Canned Fruits
• Canned Vegetables
• Canned Soup
• Shelf Stable Milk
• Cereal
• Diapers
• Baby Food – No Jars

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