The NYPD asked those who can to help, and provided shelter information for those in need.
From donating food and supplies to showing up with shovels, New Yorkers have turned out in force to help.
DNAinfo.com rounded up ways to help those in need in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Local residents, businesses and elected officials in Western Queens help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Schools received an outpouring of support from parents, principals said.
The Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department has been delivering supplies to its hard-hit neighbors.
Demand for clothes has been met, but city's hardest hit still need people to help clean up after Sandy.
New Yorkers are rallying to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims.
Students from P.S. 64 decorated quilts and pillows for hospitalized children through the Soaringwords program.
Hundreds of volunteers pitched in Thursday to build a new park at the 103rd St. Community Garden.
Volunteers can still sign up to build a kid-designed playground and community garden on 103rd Street.
Anyone who signs up online can help build the eco-friendly pavilion.
A group of couples painted an East Village community center for the Valentine's-themed volunteer event.
Park51 hopes to find people who are willing to work at least 10 hours per week without pay.
The 34th Precinct Community Council is asking for donations to bring turkeys to needy households in Upper Manhattan.
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