Volunteers form 'Friends of Long Island - Communities Helping Communities Post-Sandy'

Grassroots efforts united today under one organization called "Friends of Long Island - Communities Helping Communities Post-Sandy.” Organizers say they plan to create stability, cut

Friends of Long Island hopes to raise $500,000 and work with local businesses and officials to make a real impact.

Friends of Long Island hopes to raise $500,000 and work with local businesses and officials to make a real impact. (4/4/13)

FREEPORT -  Volunteers have banded together to help make rebuilding after Sandy less overwhelming.

Grassroots efforts united today under one organization called "Friends of Long Island - Communities Helping Communities Post-Sandy.”

Organizers say they plan to create stability, cut the bureaucracy and get funds to people in need.

Friends of Long Island hopes to raise $500,000 and work with local businesses and officials to make a real impact.

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Hurricane Sandy Help

The organization is bringing more than 25 different departments and agencies from all levels of government, including organizations and volunteers to be available to help residents and businesses.

Monday April 15, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
Knights of Columbus
2183 Jackson Ave
Seaford, New York 11783

For more information, contact WSHA at info@wsha.li

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