In the storm-ravaged community, they are saviors with saws and heroes with hammers, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
“Groups come in from California, from Montana. We have a group of students in today from Maryland. We had a group last week down from Boston,” said Lynn Shapiro, who organizes volunteers with Sea Bright Rising, a non-profit organization dedicated to Sandy relief in Sea Bright.
In the quest to restore more than 100 homes, Sea Bright Rising has partnered with the St. Bernard Project, which arose from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.