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Volunteer work crews coordinated by Friends of Firefighters are helping FDNY families recover from Sandy.

New Dorp Beach »

It Takes a Family tells donors exactly what victims need.

New York City »

A coalition of Irish and Irish-American groups are heading to areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy.

Upper East Side »

The Museum of the City of New York and Museum for African Art are sending funds to Sandy victims.

New York City »

The NYPD asked those who can to help, and provided shelter information for those in need.

New York City »

From donating food and supplies to showing up with shovels, New Yorkers have turned out in force to help.

New York City »

DNAinfo.com rounded up ways to help those in need in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Astoria »

Local residents, businesses and elected officials in Western Queens help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Williamsburg »

Schools received an outpouring of support from parents, principals said.

Rockaway Beach »

The Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department has been delivering supplies to its hard-hit neighbors.

New York City »

Demand for clothes has been met, but city's hardest hit still need people to help clean up after Sandy.

New York City »

New Yorkers are rallying to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Students from P.S. 64 decorated quilts and pillows for hospitalized children through the Soaringwords program.

Manhattan »

Hundreds of volunteers pitched in Thursday to build a new park at the 103rd St. Community Garden.

Harlem »

Volunteers can still sign up to build a kid-designed playground and community garden on 103rd Street.