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Hunts Point »

Hundreds of volunteers showed up at the Food Bank's distribution center in The Bronx.

Long Island City »

Avonte's family and volunteers continue to man a 24-hour command post in Long Island City.

Parkchester »

Nilka Martell founded the green volunteer group G.I.V.E. after she was laid off from her job.

Woodside »

The Parks Dept. is painting over the apple-green paint at Woodside's Doughboy Park with a darker green.

New Dorp Beach »

The city told a volunteer-run hub to move so that New Dorp Beach can open on Memorial Day. 

Chelsea »

The park hopes to maintain its gardens with an army of volunteer landscapers.

New Dorp Beach »

The Cedar Grove Community Hub stayed open, despite being told they'd be closed down on Jan. 1.

New Dorp Beach »

The mayor's office said they had no plans to shut down the relief camp on New Years Day.

Great Kills »

Where to Turn, a Staten Island nonprofit, will run a free toy store for Hurricane Sandy victims.

Fort Wadsworth »

The group started an online petition asking for a three-month moratorium to help volunteer workers.

West Village »

The action star grew up in the West Village artists' complex on Bethune Street.

Pelham Parkway »

Several parks lost dozens of trees, but hundredes of volunteers have helped clean up.

Upper East Side »

UES residents are holding a clothing and supply drive for those devastated by the super storm.

New York City »

Retired cops, many living in neighborhoods devestated by Sandy, were irate over the request to volunteer.