On this Sept. 11, we take a moment to remember those we lost as well as honor those who responded to the attacks that forever changed our lives. Below are five Sept. 11-related events happening throughout New York City. We will never forget.
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At Masbia Soup Kitchen in Flatbush, the line was out the door on Thursday as those in need picked up Passover essentials like matzo and kosher wine.
A Christmas Day party and gift exchange went off as planned in the basement of the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn just two days after a fire broke out inside the Episcopal church.
The Schells are handing out the 200 stuffed animals they were able to bring with them. Another 1,600 are being shipped to New York for free by a Kansas City trucking company.
Volunteers are pouring in across the Tri-State area to help the hardest hit victims of Sandy.
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.
New Jersey Red Cross officials urged people who want to help out to not drop off goods or other material donations. Officials said they can get hard to handle and wind up actually hampering the delivery of aid.
Some of the world’s best golfers have been teeing off all weekend, thanks to an army of volunteers who are helping at the event. More than 1,800 volunteers in green shirts have been logging 12-hour days during the tournament.
Fairfield’s Little League team may have lost their first game in the Little League World Series, but this Connecticut town is still brimming with support for their junior baseball team.
Finding the right fit for the family can be tough, but these area organizations hit it out of the park every time.
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If you have a little extra cash on hand this holiday season, consider making donations to organizations that help those in need. Don’t have money to spare? There are still plenty of ways to help others.
The INN, located in Hempstead, will opening the doors to Long Island’s largest soup kitchen, the Mary Brennan INN, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to give the community an opportunity to tour the facility and learn about the agency’s programs.
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