It’s been hard to keep track of the many relief funds that popped up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Today Brooklyn Based complied a helpful list of local nonprofits focused solely on New York City and some big charities with relief funds across the Northeast, all of which give 100 percent of donations to relief efforts. Brooklyn-based nonprofits are focused in Red Hook, Coney Island and the Rockaways.
BB Guides: Sandy Relief Funds [Brooklyn Based]
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