Hurricane Sandy Student Relief Fund

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Click here to view the progress of the Student Relief Fund.

With campuses in Long Island and Brooklyn, St. Joseph’s students and their families live in some of the worst-hit communities in the metropolitan area and beyond. To assist those students who have lost homes, cars and a lifetime of irreplaceable possessions, St. Joseph’s College is doing our part by establishing the Hurricane Sandy Student Relief Fund.

When a disaster strikes close to home, the SJC community unites and meets the challenge at hand. In this difficult time, our mission is to ensure that no student is forced to forfeit his or her education — that is why all proceeds from the Student Relief Fund go toward helping SJC students stay in school.

In times of need, it is important that we reach out in support of each other in every way possible. To make sure the fund has the greatest impact possible, we urge members of the SJC community to please make a donation. If you would like to make a contribution to the Hurricane Sandy Student Relief Fund, please visit

All gifts are tax deductible. If you’d like to send a check, make it payable to St. Joseph’s College, and write “Student Relief Fund” in the memo line. Please mail to:

St. Joseph’s College
Office of Institutional Advancement
1 Terry Street, Suite 2
Patchogue, NY 11772
OR St. Joseph’s College
Office of Institutional Advancement
245 Clinton Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205

If you have any questions about the Hurricane Sandy Student Relief Fund, please call Nancy Connors, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, at 631.687.2658 or 718.940.5580. Additional contacts for each campus are listed below:

Michael Banach ( • 718.940.5584
Stephanie Ganley ( • 718.940.5573
Catherine Scott ( • 718.940.5578

Long Island:
James Graham ( • 631.687.5195
Kelly Cortes ( • 631.687.5197

Thank you for being a part of a generous, thoughtful and selfless community. Thank you for being a part of SJC.

On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy made landfall in central New Jersey and left behind major damage in the New York Metropolitan area. Many in the SJC community live in the hardest hit areas and lost everything.