How You Can Help Sandy Victims in Wayne

Eastern University, Radnor Fire Co. and Main Line Pizza are leading efforts.


Eastern University is collecting supplies to donate to NJ and NYC shelters for the many people affected by the Superstorm Sandy.

What: The following items are needed- Non-perishable foods (canned goods, dry cereal, granola bars, dry goods), water, toiletries (soap, feminine hygiene products, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant), socks, clothing, shoes, blankets, pillows, diapers, baby food, baby formula, baby bottles, dog and cat food, toilet paper, and toys/games

Where: The items can be dropped off at the Eastern University Commuter Lounge, which is located in Walton Hall to the left, right inside the main door.

When: Donations will be accepted November 6 to November 9.


The Radnor Fire Company is partnering with Friends of Firefighters as a drop-off site for donations for the Fire Department of New York and the New York fire stations that were destroyed or damaged in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Donations will help firefighters and their families.

What: Flashlights, clothing, batteries, canned goods, trash bags, shovels, bottled water, Home Depot gift cards, Target gift cards, school bags, cleaning supplies, school supplies, toiletries and paper towels.

When: The deadline to donate is Friday, Nov. 9 at 10 p.m. Drop off items at the Radnor Fire Company.


What: Jennifer and Robert Saionz, owners of Main Line Pizza, will donate 10% of the shop's gross sales from business on Friday, Nov. 9 to the American Red Cross. Main Line Pizza is open from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday.


Do you know of other local ways that people can give towards the Hurricane Sandy relief? Tell us in the comments below.

E Light November 08, 2012 at 12:46 PM
Penn Liberty Bank in Wayne is collecting donations items. 724 West Lancaster Avenue. Right next to Kmart and across from Whole foods. we are accepting baby supplies household items and any other daily needs.
Linda G November 08, 2012 at 01:37 PM
this is a fantastic idea and so glad I can drop alot of things off!!!


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