Where to Shop to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Relief

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New Yorkers may not be shopping online this week, but as the damage from Hurricane Sandy becomes more apparent, retailers are getting involved in relief efforts by donating a portion of sales for a limited time to help victims and areas hit by the storm. It's a good way to lend aid, especially if you're without access to transportation. Click through to see which stores are pledging to help, and if you know of any others, please let us know in the comments.

Stylebop.com is pledging 10 percent of all sales between November 1–7 to the American Red Cross's efforts.

• A percentage of proceeds from Ferragamo boutiques nationwide and Ferragamo.com will be donated to the American Red Cross today through Sunday, November 4.

• Barneys New York is giving 10 percent of all sales from its Madison Avenue flagship on Sunday, November 4, to the American Red Cross.

• eBay set up a Hurricane Sandy page where users can browse items that benefit related charities.

Gilt City has pledged to donate 30 percent of sales from its New York City site to the American Red Cross through Sunday, November 4.

The Coveteur  is donating 100 percent of profits to the American Red Cross.

Penfield is donating $10 from every online purchase to the American Red Cross.

Reformation will donate 10 percent of online sales to the American Red Cross through November 8.

BaubleBar is donating $10  to the American Red Cross for every $10 Buried Bauble purchased.

• Twenty percent of all sales on Dannijo.com will go to the American Red Cross through Sunday.

• Etsy shop GreenLinebyK will hold flash sales benefiting hurricane relief this Thursday and Friday, November 11 - 12.

• Buy supplies that will go directly to relief headquarters in Staten Island from Amazon.

Natori will donate 20 percent of all online sales through November 11 to the American Red Cross.

TOMS is donating $10 from eyewear purchases and $5 from shoe purchases to Save the Children this week.