What do you do when your summer home is devastated by Superstorm Sandy and you don’t have the money to rebuild it? What does it do to the shore community who relies on you or someone you rent to being there to spend money in town?
The National Association of Broadcasters after Superstorm Sandy went around collecting video footage and conducting interviews with people's reactions reactions to the storm. They honored NJ1015 and their efforts throughout the storm with this video.
Garth MacDonald, Public Information Small Business Administration, Office of Disaster Assistance, called in to Jim's show this morning to update New Jersey on the deadline to apply for a low-interest loan, for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The spirit of helping others is not dead in this country, many have found ways to help those affected to raise funds for Hurricane Sandy Relief. I was recently contacted by a group from Seaside, Oregon and found out how they are planning to help their 'sister city' from across the country.
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