Urgent Support Needed for Local Flood Victims

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, Mamaroneck residents and business owners are once again devastated by severe flooding. The storm hit the Sound Shore community Wednesday night with torrential rains and a downpour of 3 inches per hour. Homeowners and businesses in The Flats (Washingtonville) area of Mamaroneck were deeply affected. Some areas were engulfed with 5-8 feet of water destroying business, homes, and leaving residents with nothing.


The Coalition for Community is coming together to receive and distribute donations for those affected by Hurricane Ida. Donations can be made to the Red Cross, St Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task force or the Community Resource Center.
If you would like to help support the local victims of this disaster please see the links below.

If you or someone you know needs assistance (physical/mental) due to the flooding, there are nurses and counselors on call at the Red Cross Shelter at Mamaroneck High School. Immediate needs are available at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church (168 W Boston Post Rd Sat 9/4 9am-4pm and Sun 9/5 12-4pm).


Urgent support & volunteer help needed for LOCAL FLOOD VICTIMS.

The Coalition for Community – a group of local nonprofits – is calling for immediate donations of used clothing, gift cards, school supplies and more as well as direct financial support for victims via Community Resource Centers Flood Emergency Fund.  Volunteers are are also in high need for tomorrow and Saturday.
Our neighbors need your help.


Give financial support here:

Volunteer here: