Neighborhood relief hubs sprung up out of necessity in the aftermath of
Sandy providing clothes, food, supplies, information & support to those hit
hardest by this devastating storm. They are a crucial part of our recovery and
until every neighbor is able to stand on their own again relief hubs should be
allowed to remain open.
Relief hubs provide care other larger charities can't. They give Sandy victims a safe place to go and someone to talk to, offer supplies and help
without long waits or red tape & unite neighborhoods in recovery