Ways to Help Victims of Hurricane Sandy

November 2, 2012 @ 6:19 pm | Filed under:

Kid-Lit Cares: Superstorm Sandy Relief Effort:

What is KidLit Cares?

It’s an online talent auction to benefit the Red Cross relief effort for Sandy. Agents, editors, authors, and illustrators have donated various services to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with donations being made directly to the Red Cross disaster relief fund.

What kinds of things are included?

Manuscript critiques, in-person and Skype author visits, virtual writing workshops, school & library marketing consultations for authors… you name it.

See also: Six Ways for Geeks to Help with Hurricane Sandy Relief at GeekMom.


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  1. Lindsay says:

    Melissa, I’m going to add that evidently the Salvation Army is right out there giving help to the storm victims clothing, water, mobile kitchens to bring meals to those without power. Everyone says to donate to the Red Cross, and I’m not seeing suggestions to support the Salvation Army. So that is another thought.