University at Albany

Project Sandy

Contribute to "Project Sandy," an effort started by members of the UAlbany community, seeks to organize relief efforts and bring awareness to the many issues surrounding the aftermath of the Hurricane. Project Sandy is aimed at collecting non-perishable foods, clothing, supplies and raising funds for future recovery/clean-up efforts. A campus-wide food and supply drive begins today. If you, your office or department is interested in helping collect these items, please contact Claudio Gomez or Christina Crosley.

Boxes are located:

  • The EOP Complex (located underneath the Main Library)
  • All Residential Life Quad Information Centers
  • The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership
  • Student Association
  • Graduate Student Organization’s Office
  • University Bookstore
  • Office of the Vice President for Student Success (University Hall 206)

Items to be collected:


  • socks
  • belts
  • underwear
  • towels
  • warm clothing


  • towels
  • socks
  • underwear


  • surgical gloves
  • gloves
  • jackets
  • wipes
  • blankets
  • toys


  • Water
  • Shelf Stable Milk, 8 oz size
  • Canned Proteins (tuna, chicken, salmon, sardines, ham, vienna sausages etc)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Granola/breakfast bars
  • Juice boxes
  • Dried Fruit
  • Cereal
  • Crackers
  • Personal hygiene products (baby wipes, soap, shampoo, etc)

Additional information, including drop-off locations and daily updates can be found on Facebook.