| Occupy Wall Street disaster distribution center on 38 and beech Channel in St Gertrude's Church |
Good Samaritans have come to the aid of those hard hit by Hurricane Sandy. They shovel sand out of basements, deliver meals, and supply stricken communities with pet food, medicine and legal advice. FEMA and the Red Cross are not easy to find in the post-Sandy landscape. But Doctors Without Borders, Occupy Wall Street and lesser known groups like Punishers Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club from upstate New York and Michigan's Movement for Peace.Org mobilized quickly and went right to work.
but that money won't make it to the people she is serving."
|St. Francis De Sales Church now a disaster aid station.|
|A group from the Pomeraug HighSchool in Soughtbury CT takes to the streets in the Rockaways with shovels going door to door|
|Actor Steve Buscemi, a one time firemen shows support in Belle Harbor posing with a group volunteers|
|Team Rubicon uses a special military program called Palantir normally used to diagram terrorist networks, But for their need , they use it to pinpoint areas where help is needed|
|Aria Doe director of the Action Center for Education and Community Development in the Far Rockaways opens the school for disaster relief|
|Tyson Chanler of the Knicks stopped the Action Center for Education and Community Development to show supp|
|Action Center for Education and Community Development - a room for children set up by volunteers from the Brooklyn Waldorf School|
|Surfer, Juris Kupris grills hamburgers for anyone who is hungry on a the corner of 44st and Beach Channel drive. |
|Far Rockaways Shlomo Roth, of Occupy Wall Street tells people to take what they need|