Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), AAFE Community Development Fund (AAFE CDF), and Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (Renaissance) wants community residents and small businesses know that we are available to assist them with registering for FEMA assistance.  In addition, AAFE CDF and Renaissance announced a city-wide emergency loan programs to help homeowners and small businesses recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.  See below for more information:

Hurricane Recovery Initiative

Emergency Repair Loan

All AAFE and affiliates will resume normal operations on Monday, November 5:

Service Offices:

Manhattan Chinatown 111 Division Street, New York, NY will be open from 9-5pm, 212-964-2288

AAFE Queens at 133-04 39th Avenue, Flushing, NY will be open from 9-5pm, 718-961-0888

AAFE Brooklyn at 4721 8th Avenue, Brooklyn will be open from 9-5pm, 718-686-8223

Stanton Norfolk, our property management office, will be open from 9-5pm

Resources:

For emergency information from New York City regarding Hurricane Sandy, click here.

Disaster Assistance Service Centers

Food, Blanket, and Water Distribution Locations

Warming Centers (Daytime)

Warming Centers have been set-up at: 189 Allen Street, 334 Madison Street (Henry Street Settlement for seniors), and 100 Gold Street (Hamilton Madison House).

Overnight Warming Centers Locations and Bus Pick Ups

Consolidated Shelters

Voting

NYC Department of Education Public Schools 

MTA Updates