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Disaster Services


Wed, 12/11/2013 - 2:42pm -- dsherman
  • Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
  • AZ Winter Storms, Flooding
  • SD Winter Storms
  • Freeze Recovery for Farm Workers
  • Haiti Earthquake
  • MS Tornadoes
  • RI Flooding
  • MA Flooding
  • TN and KY Wildfires
  • Hurricane Alex
  • KY Flooding
  • TN Flooding
  • IA Flooding
  • OH Tornado and Severe Weather
  • WI Flooding
  • NV Wildfires

Thank You, Sandy Volunteers

It’s nearly impossible to find a silver lining in events like Hurricane Sandy. But the outpouring of volunteers from the affected communities and around the country who pulled together after the storm to do anything from running shelters, to feeding the displaced, to mucking and gutting homes revealed the heart of a caring nation.

Sandy’s Survivors: Stronger than the Storm

When Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast last year, areas that rarely saw a storm of that magnitude discovered what it was like to live through a disaster. Experiences like this reinforce what it really means to say that we’re all in this together.


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