American Red Cross, Island Harvest team up to assist Sandy victims

The American Red Cross is working with Island Harvest to stock food pantries and soup kitchens, and to fund emergency programs.

The American Red Cross is working with Island Harvest to stock food pantries and soup kitchens, and to fund emergency programs. (2/22/13)

WOODBURY - Two relief agencies are teaming up to provide a sorely needed service to victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The American Red Cross is working with Island Harvest to stock food pantries and soup kitchens, as well as to fund emergency programs.

"I'm pleased to be able to work with the Red Cross and that they recognize we're here for the long haul," says Island Harvest President Randi Dresner. 

The Red Cross has served more than 1.7 million meals on the Island since the hurricane on Oct. 29. 
 

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