Helping those in Sandy's aftermath from afar

click to enlarge A pork-fueled fundraiser near Brooklyn to help those affected by Sandy. - @ANDREWOKNOWLTON
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A pork-fueled fundraiser near Brooklyn to help those affected by Sandy.

click to enlarge A pork-fueled fundraiser near Brooklyn to help those affected by Sandy. - @ANDREWOKNOWLTON
@AndrewOKnowlton
A pork-fueled fundraiser near Brooklyn to help those affected by Sandy.
  • @AndrewOKnowlton
  • A pork-fueled fundraiser near Brooklyn to help those affected by Sandy.

With upwards of $60 billion in damage, and over a hundred dead and counting, Hurricane Sandy's impression is deep and widespread across the Northeast.

As Floridians, hurricanes are routine. We are conditioned to it, the pace of preparation every year like clockwork. But as one New Yorker wrote me this morning, "Yes, you guys have hurricanes down there unfortunately. NYC does not, sadly."

So here are some ways people in the area are helping or can help.

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