CTN staff members would like to offer our prayers and thoughts to those schools and parishes severely affected by the devastating storm.
CTN returned to normal operations this week after suffering a weeklong loss of phone service, and complications with transportation and getting to work due, to Hurricane Sandy. Our loss of phone and travel issues pale next to the closing of the 5 schools, and the personal devastation caused by this storm. These schools continue to show strength and solidarity in difficult times.
As you assess your school’s situation, if you find you have no Internet service, please contact CTN. We have found that Clear is working well and we should be able to deploy modems as needed. Contact Paul Cedeno at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 517-3101.
For information on how to help, or get help- in the recovery effort of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, please visit the diocesan website http://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/catholic-charities-brooklyn-and-queens-hurricane-sandy-relief-efforts/
While the recovery and rebuilding efforts continue after Hurricane Sandy, thousands of our neighbors in Brooklyn and Queens desperately need our help. Your support is needed now more than ever.
Ways You Can Help:
You can donate non-perishable food items and other supplies to one of our food pantries in Brooklyn and Queens. To see the collectible items http://www.ccbq.org/hurricane-sandy-relief-effort-collectible-items
You can help by making a donation to the Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort by donating here: https://www.ccbq.org/support-us?origin=1210Sandy
You can also volunteer your time helping those in need. For more information on volunteer efforts: http://www.bplusq.org/volunteer/
Your support is needed now more than ever! Thank you.
If you or someone you know needs assistance, please call: 718-722-6001 or visit www.ccbq.org
November 8, 2012