Federal Way-based relief agency World Vision said Monday it has supplies ready to go to help with clean-up and recovery in the northeastern U.S. once Hurricane Sandy passes.
World Vision said it has flood clean-up kits ready at its Dallas location to be moved to New York, complete with buckets, mops, gloves, face masks and cleaning supplies. Other supplies are ready in Washington, D.C.
“Hurricane Sandy could be one of the most devastating storms we’ve responded to in decades,” said Phyllis Freeman, World Vision domestic disaster response director. “We’re asking our supporters to pray that the impact isn’t as severe as some forecasters are predicting, but World Vision is prepared to respond if we do see the worst.”