Here's what Samaritan's Purse said on their site:
We also are helping in Binghamton, New York, which received record flooding from Tropical Storm Lee in early September. Heavy rain from the remnants of Lee brought flooding to the Susquehanna River valley. In the Binghamton area, river heights topped previous records. Over 20,000 residents were forced to evacuate, and the downtown area was closed off. We are closing our site in Rutland [Vermont] on Sept. 24, and moving a Disaster Relief Unit to Binghamton.
Each day, volunteers are equipped with tools and supplies and head into neighborhoods to help people affected by the storm.
The teams remove unsalvageable belongings from homes and clean out debris and muck left from the floodwaters. They rip up ruined flooring and strip damaged sheetrock from walls, then spray the exposed studs with a solution that kills mold. The works saves homeowners thousands of dollars and gives them a chance to rebuild.
When the work is finished, our teams pray with the people we’ve helped and present them with a Bible signed by the volunteers who worked on their home.
If you are interested in volunteering, please see Binghamton NY Flood Response for more information.