If you are looking for ways to offer support in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, many organizations are looking for extra manpower or resources to aid in the relief effort.
PepsiCo and Wal-Mart have stepped up to donate supplies to the state of New York in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday was encouraging other corporations to do the same.
A front-end loader from the Department of Sanitation spent the morning plowing planks of wood that used to be the boardwalk.
Cleaning supplies are at the top of the list of necessities needed by many residents.
The Best And Worst Of Humanity On Display In The Rockaways, Volunteers Reach Out While Looters Terrorize Storm Victims
Looters posing as Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) workers have been knocking on doors late at night, but locals said that help has yet to arrive.
A financial report on the group’s General Assembly website says at “the current rate of expenditure” the occupiers will be “out of money in THREE WEEKS.”
Students, parents and teachers drove to local charities to drop off the donations, surprising hundreds of needy families who expected to receive nothing this Christmas.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has released some tips for New Yorkers planning to donate to Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.
After starting the week with just 10 hams, folks in the area delivered 400 hams to families in need, but the organization still needs a few more.
In years past, the Bergen Community College Rotary Club’s “Coins For Coats” drive has collected used coats, but caution over the creepy-crawly critters has stopped them from doing that this year.
From the turkey to the sides, all the makings of a great Thanksgiving dinner were handed out Sunday on Long Island – $75,000 of food.
Gov. M. Jodi Rell is kicking off the annual state employee holiday drive to benefit Foodshare and the Connecticut Food Bank.
Embedded giving – when a cashier asks if you’d like to donate to charity – raises millions for non-profits every year, but is it something you want to be asked about every time you shop?
The cost of food, couple with a tough economy, is driving more people to seek help from local food pantries, not just in the city but even in the affluent suburbs.
In the summertime, fresh garden produce is growing everywhere – even novice backyard gardeners can have a surplus of nutritious vegetables. But what to do with all that extra zucchini?
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