We are Here to Help

Sandy Relief Fund

Many members of the Molloy community have been devastated by Super Storm Sandy. The college is accepting donations to help members of the Molloy family in need. Molloy College will match every contribution. Donations of cash or by check can be delivered to Robert Houlihan in the Office of Student Affairs, Room 330, in the Public Square Building.

Food Collection and Distribution
Canned and dried foods, bottled water, blankets, baby food, diapers, batteries, flashlights, women's products, and garbage bags are being collected on the 3rd floor of the Public Square in the Office of Student Affairs. We will be distributing items to those in need from the student clubs room on the same floor.

Counseling
The current crisis has caused immense trauma in the lives of many students and employees. The college is providing grief and other counseling services starting on Wednesday morning. More information will follow, but you can always call Robert Houlihan at ext. 6409 or Lisa Miller at ext. 6331.

Notices from FEMA

FEMA informing Long Island residents of programs available to assist those impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

Post-Hurricane Sandy Important Information and Phone Numbers for Help

Nassau County Information: 516.686.4260
LIPA: 631.7556000
FEMA: 1.800.621.FEMA
National Grid: 800.642.4272
Town of Hempstead: 516.538.1900
Town of Oyster Bay: 516.677.5350
Town of North Hempstead: 516.869.6311
Long Island Hurricane Shelters

Other Imporant Links

UTILITY COMPANIES
National Grid

Verizon

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICES
New York City Office of Emergency Management
Suffolk County FRES (Fire Rescue Emergency Services)
New York State Office of Emergency Management
Federal Emergency Management Office
Federal Emergency Management Office for Kids
U.S. Fire Administration

WEATHER
National Hurricane Center

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

PREPAREDNESS And RECOVERY
The American Red Cross
The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
Create your Personal Safety Plan
Insure your Home - Fire Safety Basics

PARENTS AND TEACHERS
American Red Cross Masters of Disaster
CHILDREN FEMA for Kids
The American Red Cross Children's Guide to Disasters
Fire Safety for Children
Safety Coloring Books, Quizzes and Games
Sparky the Fire Dog
American Red Cross Interactive Zone

EDUCATION/COURSES
FEMA Emergency Management Institute
Nassau BOCES
The National Disaster Education Coalition (NDEC)
Adelphi Emergency Management Overview

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Job Accommodation Network
National Organization on Disability Emergency Preparedness Initiative
The American Red Cross Special Needs and Concerns

LONG ISLAND MEDIA OUTLETS
List of Media Outlets
Learn and Serve
CitizenCorps
Long Island Volunteer Opportunities
National, Statewide and Local Volunteer Programs
Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network
Long Island Volunteer Enterprises
1-800-volunteer.org: A National Portal for Volunteering
Nassau County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Nassau County Police Amateur Radio Club
Humane Society of the United States

BUSINESS
Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
National Fire Protection Association