Sahana software ensures hot meals delivered to Hurricane Sandy victims

Posted on November 29, 2012  /  1 Comments

Sahana software is being used to support the collection and fulfilment of requests for assistance and volunteers from the neighborhoods hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy: the Rockaways in Queens, Coney Island and Red Hook in Brooklyn, Staten Island and communities along the New Jersey coast. Sahana allows organizations to more effectively prioritize and dispatch resources to where they are needed most.” … click to read more.

Sahana Software Foundation (SSF) is currently seeking funds to support the Hurricane Sandy relief operations in and around New York City, as well as to support other programs. SSF estimates a need of at least $40,000 to support Hurricane Sandy operations for three months. Without public support, SSF will be unable to meet the needs of the dozens of charitable community-based organizations that rely on Sahana software as a mission critical part of their response operations to the storm.

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