Some Red Cross Shelters Remain Open in Response to Sandy

SEPA Red Cross gets ready for Hurricane Sandy
The Red Cross is ready to open a dozen shelters in the region on Sunday.

The American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania has opened the shelters listed below in response to Hurricane Sandy. Unless otherwise noted, all are pet friendly. All shelters in Philadelphia, Delaware and Chester Counties are now closed. The following shelters remain open:

Bucks County: CLOSING 7PM 11/5

  • Palisades High School, 35 Church Hill Road, Kitnersville, 18930 - Pet friendly
  • About the American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania: The American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The Red Cross is not a government agency. All Red Cross assistance is free of charge. Financial contributions are always welcomed and needed and can be made by going to RedCrossPhilly.org.