Groups from Charlotte are doing their part to help in the recovery from superstorm Sandy.
Local Red Cross volunteers sent Eyewitness News pictures from Clarksburg, West Virginia where they've set up a shelter for families without power.
Duke Energy sent 400 workers to the Northeast on Tuesday, and is expecting to send more Wednesday.
"Right now, we're set up and packed for 7 to 10 days," supervisor Mike Harding said. "It could be longer than that."
So far, Duke has sent nearly 1,700 workers to help with the cleanup.
Bank of America is offering financial assistance for Sandy’s victims.
The bank will give $1 million to the Red Cross as well as nonprofit organizations throughout the area.
Electrolux, which is also based in Charlotte, is pledging $100,000 to the Red Cross.
It is also offering to match employee contributions.
Lowe’s Home Improvement, based in Mooresville, is sending trucks full of emergency supplies to stores and distribution centers in the northeast to make sure there are supplies available for the next few days.
The storm has already forced Lowe’s to close more than 100 stores in the area.
Below is a list of charities that are accepting donations that will be used towards the reconstruction of damage that Sandy caused.