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Wow. It’s just astonishing and heartwarming and every positive adjective I can think of to see how hard people everywhere are working to help victims of Superstorm Sandy. There’s still so much that needs to be done, such a great need for items like batteries, baby supplies, tools - the list goes on.
2000: The number of square feet of classroom space that The Brooklyn Kitchen filled with donations from neighbors—including clothes, canned goods, and cleaning supplies, etc.—to transport to people in need in the Rockaways (it took 20 carloads, the equivalent of one fully loaded tractor trailer, to get them there).
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Outside NYC and want to help? CNN's Impact Your World has a great list of resources that could use your time and money. Thinking about coming to New York to eat? Follow the Twitter hashtag #dineoutNYC to see the latest charity efforts and open restaurants and don't forget to #EatDownTipUp.
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