The ACS Board of Directors, other governance leadership and members, and staff convey to our colleagues in the areas impacted by Superstorm Sandy our heartfelt concerns and wishes.
ACS is taking numerous steps to assist our members and colleagues affected by this storm, including:
ACS is considering additional actions to help those affected. To follow up on the actions listed above, please contact us at email@example.com or 1-800-333-9511.
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I was wondering if there was a way that my student chapter could donate to the efforts in helping the victims of Sandy through the ACS since we do have other student chapters that were affected by this tragedy. I can't find anything on the site about this though.
I think it is wonderful that ACS is taking notice of Sandy. I live in Ortley Beach, NJ which was one of the worst affected areas on the Jersey shore. A 22 foot wave crashed right through my small town and we sustained the most structural damage in any town south of Mantaloking. At present, I still have not been allowed back to my house to see what kind of damage sustained, as the area has been deemed unsafe. I will most likely not be able to return for some time, and the area will not be livable for at least a year. This is the most horrible experience I've ever had, and hopefully the coming weeks will bring me some good news.
ACS Member Services has shared this message for members affected by Sandy.
If you have been adversely displaced as a result of the recent storm on the east coast and need to temporarily change your primary mailing address or suspend mailings for a period of time, please let us know. You may contact Member Services directly at 800-333-9511 between the hours of 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM EST or you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.