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7 Stories About People Who Helped After Super Storm Sandy

Some people who lent a helping hand after Sandy.

Community Answers Call From Mt. Sinai Moms to Help Sandy Victims

When it comes to counting those who have selflessly stood up in the face of tragedy following Superstorm Sandy, the community of Mt. Sinai can contribute three more names to the list.

Volunteers From Mt. Sinai Lend a Helping Hand to Sandy Victims

Parents, students and teachers from Mt. Sinai School District made a trek out west last week to the most devastated parts of Long Island to help out people who are still recovering from Sandy.

Kathy Nesbit believes in paying it forward and she found the opportunity to give back to the people of Long Island after Superstorm Sandy hit the area in late October.

Former Port Jefferson Resident Leads Sandy Relief Effort From Michigan

Tricia Hexter's Michigan home has turned into a Hurricane Sandy donation center, taken over by boxes and bags of coats, shoes, clothes, books, toys, toiletries and more with a whole system for loading it up, moving it out, and getting help where it's needed here on the East Coast.

PHOTOS: Communities Turn Out to Help Victims of Sandy

Businesses, schools and fire departments in the area held drives to collect items for victims of super storm Sandy, many reporting that the outpouring of generosity was incredible.

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, The Long Island Junior Soccer League cancelled the remainder of their 2012 fall season. Upon hearing of the devastation in neighboring towns, Joanne Beers and her daughter, Grace, of Miller Place, wanted to do something to help out one team directly.

Local Benefits For Superstorm Sandy Victims

You can see which businesses locally were hosting fundraisers and benefits for Sandy victims by clicking here and another list here.

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