Photo 1: People waiting in line for food and water in Chinatown, where they are still without power and running water.
Photo 2: Hurricane shelter in Harlem.
Activist/Street Photographer Jenna Pope
-Hurricane Sandy Relief – Useful Links-
Many people have been asking me how they can help those in NYC after Hurricane Sandy. So far I have come across one article with a bunch of useful links, but there are A LOT of links on there, and it’s a bit cluttered. Since almost all of my friends are activists, I will post links to help people get plugged into the Occupy Sandy efforts.
If you live in/near NYC and want to volunteer, click here for general info, including volunteer/drop off locations.
If you live in/near NYC and want more info on specific volunteer opportunities, click here.
If you want to volunteer in the Lower East Side, Manhattan, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Red Hook, Brooklyn, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Staten Island, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Astoria, Queens, click here.
If you want to sign up to volunteer (not necessary, but sometimes helpful), click here.
If you simply want to donate towards the relief fund, click here.
Social media:
Follow @OccupySandy on twitter.
Use the hashtags #SandyVolunteer and/or #SandyAid for twitter.
“Like” the Occupy Sandy Relief NYC page on Facebook.
Zoom Info
Photo 1: People waiting in line for food and water in Chinatown, where they are still without power and running water.
Photo 2: Hurricane shelter in Harlem.
Activist/Street Photographer Jenna Pope
-Hurricane Sandy Relief – Useful Links-
Many people have been asking me how they can help those in NYC after Hurricane Sandy. So far I have come across one article with a bunch of useful links, but there are A LOT of links on there, and it’s a bit cluttered. Since almost all of my friends are activists, I will post links to help people get plugged into the Occupy Sandy efforts.
If you live in/near NYC and want to volunteer, click here for general info, including volunteer/drop off locations.
If you live in/near NYC and want more info on specific volunteer opportunities, click here.
If you want to volunteer in the Lower East Side, Manhattan, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Red Hook, Brooklyn, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Staten Island, click here.
If you want to volunteer in Astoria, Queens, click here.
If you want to sign up to volunteer (not necessary, but sometimes helpful), click here.
If you simply want to donate towards the relief fund, click here.
Social media:
Follow @OccupySandy on twitter.
Use the hashtags #SandyVolunteer and/or #SandyAid for twitter.
“Like” the Occupy Sandy Relief NYC page on Facebook.
Zoom Info

Photo 1: People waiting in line for food and water in Chinatown, where they are still without power and running water.

Photo 2: Hurricane shelter in Harlem.

Activist/Street Photographer Jenna Pope

-Hurricane Sandy Relief – Useful Links-

Many people have been asking me how they can help those in NYC after Hurricane Sandy. So far I have come across one article with a bunch of useful links, but there are A LOT of links on there, and it’s a bit cluttered. Since almost all of my friends are activists, I will post links to help people get plugged into the Occupy Sandy efforts.

  1. If you live in/near NYC and want to volunteer, click here for general info, including volunteer/drop off locations.
  2. If you live in/near NYC and want more info on specific volunteer opportunities, click here.
  3. If you want to volunteer in the Lower East Side, Manhattan, click here.
  4. If you want to volunteer in Red Hook, Brooklyn, click here.
  5. If you want to volunteer in Staten Island, click here.
  6. If you want to volunteer in Astoria, Queens, click here.
  7. If you want to sign up to volunteer (not necessary, but sometimes helpful), click here.
  8. If you simply want to donate towards the relief fund, click here.

Social media:

  1. Follow @OccupySandy on twitter.
  2. Use the hashtags #SandyVolunteer and/or #SandyAid for twitter.
  3. “Like” the Occupy Sandy Relief NYC page on Facebook.

(Source: batmanwi.com)

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