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Organizations that assume responsibility in the aftermath of a major disaster or large-scale emergency for soliciting and/or collecting donations from the general public and distributing those items to people who have suffered a loss and are currently in need. Donations may include critical services, money, groceries, drinking water, blankets, personal comfort kits, disposable diapers, clothing, household goods, medical supplies, cleaning supplies, hand tools, plastic sheeting, tar paper, building materials and other relief supplies.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
American Red Cross of Northwestern PA - Disaster Response and Recovery - Donate Funds / Charitable DonationsClick here to find information on donating to Red Cross to help with disaster response and recoveryAmerican Red Cross of Northwestern PA - Disaster Response and RecoveryAmerican Red Cross of Northwestern PA
Jewish Federation of Greater PittsburghSpecial update: the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh is coordinating donations after the October 27, 2018 shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue. Visit this site for more information The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh supports the health and human service needs of thousands of low-income families, individuals, and seniors across the Pittsburgh region by providing funds and planning support to local, national, and international organizations.AlleghenyJewish Federation of Greater PittsburghJewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
Liberty Lutheran - Disaster Preparedness and ResponseServices provided include assisting families to develop a disaster recovery plan, linking disaster survivors with resources, attending to emotional and spiritual needs, and repairing/rebuilding property. Provides disaster preparedness and response services throughout 24 counties of Eastern Pennsylvania.MontgomeryLiberty Lutheran - Administrative OfficeLiberty Lutheran
Mennonite Central Committee - East CoastIn North America MCC is involved with immigration, refugee assistance, job creation, people with disabilities, offenders and victims of crime and more. MCC sends people, food and material goods to communities recovering from war and natural disasters. Encourages and supports local churches and community groups in their efforts to provide food, health care, education, employment and social services.LancasterMennonite Central Committee - East CoastMennonite Central Committee - East Coast
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD)A coalition of nonprofit organizations and volunteers that work in disaster preparedness, disaster response, disaster relief, disaster recovery, and disaster mitigation. NVOAD supports the coordination of planning efforts by voluntary organizations responding to disaster. Member organizations provide more effective and less duplication of services by getting together before disasters strike. Once disasters occur, National VOAD, or an affiliated State or US Territory VOAD, encourages members and other voluntary agencies to convene on site. They strive to foster more effective service to people affected by disaster through communication, coordination, cooperation, collaboration, convening mechanisms, and outreach. National VOAD is the primary point of contact for voluntary organizations in the National Response Coordination Center (at FEMA headquarters) and is a signatory to the National Response Plan.National Voluntary Organization Active in DisasterNational Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
Salvation Army - Emergency Disaster ServicesProvides services at the scene of emergencies and disasters. Services might include: food service (mobile unit or on-site facilities), shelter, clothing, counseling, referrals for support of disaster victims and relief workers.AlleghenyEmergency Disaster ServicesSalvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division

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