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11/05/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

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Thousands of people on the East Coast are still picking up the pieces following superstorm Sandy’s destructive visit last week — and they desperately need your help.

If you’re not in the area and can’t volunteer, but want to somehow lend a hand, consider shopping with one of the nine retailers below; each is giving a portion of proceeds to various aid organizations:

Tory Burch: 10% of net proceeds from all in-store and online purchases will support various aid organizations

BaubleBar: For every $ 10 Buried Bauble sold, the online jewelery destination is donating $ 10 to the American Red Cross

Grey Area: NYC-based artist Sebastian Errazuriz designed two cool city-centric T-shirts; 100% of the profits from sales will benefit relief programs

Stylebop: Until Wednesday, the high-end retailer is donating 10% of all sales to the American Red Cross

Dannijo: 20% of this New York City-based jewelery company‘s sales will go to the American Red Cross through Sunday

TOMS: The philanthropic brand is donating $ 10 from every eyewear purchase and $ 5 from every shoe purchase to Save the Children

Kiss My Face: From now until Friday, 50% of this skincare company’s online revenue will go to the American Red Cross

Natori: Stock up on sexy lingerie through Nov. 11, because 20% of all sales will go to the American Red Cross

Amazon: Shop a wish list consisting of much-needed supplies like rubber gloves, flashlights and socks and the items will be shipped to a relief headquarters in Staten Island

You can also donate directly to the American Red Cross online or by texting REDCROSS to 90999. Know of other sites and shops that are helping? Leave the information in the comments.

–Jennifer Cress

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