November 19, 2012 – The Fuel Relief Fund response to Superstorm Sandy ended last Tuesday (Nov. 13, 2012) as more and more local service stations opened operations. The organization wishes to extend sincere gratitude to all those who donated so generously. Over 35,000 gallons of free fuel was distributed to thousands of disaster survivors and to a variety of emergency response vehicles. Operations began November 4 and extended for 9 days of emergency fuel distribution.
While this disaster response is over, please feel free to donate to FRF – having a good reserve in place allows quick and robust action for the next event.
Over the weekend, November 10-11, 2012, Fuel Relief Fund dispensed free fuel in Far Rockaway, New York, Sea Bright, and Toms River, New Jersey.