At least one of the volunteers is expected to head for New York, but exact assignments could change as it becomes clear where the worst damage will be felt.
Utah has more than 100 volunteers qualified to respond to national-level disasters, and likely more will be called to serve in the coming days, she said.
Also prepped to give aid is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, whose welfare humanitarian department is watching the situation and working with authorities to decide where might be best to send help.
"Right now, we're just in a holding pattern," said LDS Church spokesman Scott Trotter.
The storm is expected to make landfall early Monday evening in New Jersey.
Zundel encouraged people to consider donating time, money or blood, pointing out that blood drives across the enormous affected area have been canceled due to the storm. People outside the affected area can communicate with their families using the Red Cross hurricane app, which allows people to search storm warnings by zip code, find the locations of Red Cross shelters and send an "I'm OK" message to friends and family.