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If you planned to run the New York City Marathon and are now not traveling to the area, here’s a great way to help out by donating your room to displaced people.
Volunteers who want to pitch in with the cleanup effort in beach communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy can meet Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis on Saturday to go to work. Gather at the end of New Dorp Lane and Cedar Grove Avenue at … Continue reading
Provided by the New York Times, good guide to what’s open and plans for the next few days:
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NY Tech Meetup and New Work City are organizing volunteers with technology skills to help with relief efforts and help New York-area businesses and organizations get their technology back up and running after Hurricane Sandy. For now, we are starting … Continue reading
NYC Service is looking for volunteers this weekend to clean up parks in New York City. Information can be found here. The site also includes a signup for volunteers for later events and information on donations.
From Sue Minter and Ben Rose, November 1 2012: “Dear Town Official, We are all thankful that Vermont has, for the most part, been spared the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. Our hearts go out to those communities to our South. … Continue reading
We’ve just added a new page for information related to Hurricane Sandy in Connecticut. It will be updated as new information is available, but should serve as a starting point for people looking for Connecticut specific information. It is our goal … Continue reading