• The Archdiocese of Miami will collect at some of its parishes during weekend Masses on Saturday and Sunday. Funds will help churches in the northeastern United States and the Caribbean affected by Hurricane Sandy. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami also is accepting donations online at ccadm.org.
• “Hispanics United” for Hurricane relief will broadcast a live three-day radio/telethon through Friday on all Spanish Broadcasting System radio stations and MegaTV. It will also be streamed live on lamusica.com. Listeners and viewers can call in to make a donation, or drop off supplies at the SBS Broadcast Center and some Sedanos Supermarket locations in Miami-Dade. To view the full list of locations, visit lamusica.com/hispanos-unidos.php.
• The city of Coral Springs is asking for donations from residents and local businesses. The Coral Springs commission will proclaim November 19 a citywide day to donate to the Red Cross, with more donation days to be announced in the next few months. To make a donation, visit coralsprings.org and click on the Red Cross link on the homepage.
• Mayor Frank C. Ortis of Pembroke Pines and Mayor Lori Moseley of Miramar will announce a fundraising plan at 9 a.m. Nov. 19 at Pembroke Pines City Hall, 10100 Pines Blvd. The city of Miramar is also sending an emergency management team to help those still dealing with Sandy’s aftermath in New York. For more information, call Pat Speeck at 954-602-4812.
• BrightStar Credit Union is accepting cash donations at any of its six locations in Broward County. BrightStar will match total donations received dollar for dollar up to a total of $10,000. All funds will go to the American Red Cross. For a list of locations, visit bscu.org.