Since Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, the Mayor’s Fund has received over $60 million in relief contributions from 21,000 individuals and organizations and has used its unique ability to build public-private partnerships to administer aid effectively to the communities most affected. As part of the City’s emergency relief and recovery operations, the Mayor’s Fund received and addressed specific needs in real-time with the help of those working in impacted areas. Ongoing efforts are focusing on home recovery and rebuilding projects.
HURRICANE SANDY ONE-YEAR UPDATE
On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the Mayor’s Fund created the below graphic to illustrate the impact that public-private initiatives have had on the city’s recovery since October 2012. Further details are also available in the full announcement.
HURRICANE SANDY 6-MONTH UPDATE
Marking the six-month anniversary of the storm’s landfall in New York, the Mayor’s Fund released a Hurricane Sandy 6-Month Update, detailing immediate and ongoing public-private initiatives supporting the city’s recovery and restoration. Read the full report.