intersection 11.5.12

Sandy Flickr Pool Picks
How to Help

(photo above)
New York (Manhattan), NY
Underwater inspection engineer in East River
after Hurricane Sandy
By backgroundgeo




monday, zone A
east river
By James and Karla Murray Photography




piece of pier on mustang
By James and Karla Murray Photography




Post-Sandy cleanup, DUMBO
By Scoboco




Hurric(r)ane Sandy
By sasquahtch




58th Street, New York
By sasquahtch




Prospect Park closed for post-Sandy cleanup
By Scoboco




Post-Sandy tree carnage, Prospect Park
By Scoboco




untitled
By ffiore537




Post-Sandy commercial carnage, Gowanus
By Scoboco


Brooklyn Recovery Fund is a joint effort to support the borough's nonprofits working with communities and individuals.


On-the-ground help for the Rockaways.


The Ali Forney Center, which helps homeless LGBT youth get off the streets and into safe environments, was virtually destroyed by Sandy. Donations needed urgently.


Chinatown is getting a lot of help from CAAAV, the Hester Street group that in normal times assists Asian immigrants and refugees to organize, now leading efforts in the neighborhood for hurricane relief. They're accepting donations and welcome volunteers (email justice@caaav.org.


Staten Island Assemblyman Matthew Titone has set up this wish Amazon list for Relief Supplies.


Donations are needed for the Breezy Point Cooperative Disaster Relief Fund.


The Red Hook Initiative is spearheading relief in that neighborhood. What's needed? Everything.


The NY Aquarium has been devastated. Please help if you can.


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