Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in Brooklyn, announces the launch of summer YouthWRAP - July 8, 2013 (credit: Ginny Kosola / WCBS 880)

NYC Teens On Probation Return To Help Sandy Victims This Summer

A program that has helped both teens who landed on the wrong side of the law and the victims of superstorm Sandy is back for the summer.


A woman walks with her dog by homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy along the beach in the Rockaways on January 15, 2013.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

NYC Rapid Repairs Program Completes Work On More Than 20,000 Sandy-Damaged Homes

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that the NYC Rapid Repairs program is expected to complete all its work next week.


Seagate Beach Club on Coney Island (Karen Cofresi/Facebook)

Luxury UES Hotel Donates All Furniture To Sandy Relief Effort

After Sandy hit, the Loews Regency decided to donate the conference tables, refrigerators and other furniture. The hotel temporarily closed on New Year’s Day for renovations and is scheduled to reopen this fall.


David Wright greets students at P.S. 38 on Staten Island. (Credit: New York Mets/Twitter)

David Wright, Mets Foundation Donate $250,000 To Sandy Relief Efforts

Third baseman David Wright and the Mets Foundation have donated $250,000 to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City in an effort to support Superstorm Sandy restoration efforts.


Boomer & Carton with Artie Lange (credit: Al Dukes/WFAN)

Tickets On Sale For Boomer & Carton’s ‘Come Get Some Comedy’ To Aid Sandy Relief

Come get some! Comedy, that is — all to help our neighbors devastated by Superstorm Sandy.