Gallery: Habitat for Humanity’s Hurricane Sandy Recovery Mobile Respons...

Last week, NY and NJ residents left in the cold by Hurricane Sandy got some much-needed relief in the form of 24 Habitat for Humanity mobile response units equipped with tools and equipment donated by Lowe’s and the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation. The vans, which were a gift from Chevrolet, were part of Habitat's first-ever mobile fleet to assist with the long-term recovery of communities impacted by Superstorm Sandy. The caravan of caring left its Atlanta base last Monday and arrived in Staten Island, N.Y. and Union Beach, N.J. on Wednesday, where volunteers immediately put the supplies to work.

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  1. Barbara1 April 15, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    I have a home in Breezy Point Quuens NY 11697 which was effected by hurricane sandy and assistence with sheet rock cabinets, etc. would be great. I am a senior and would be happy with any help from your department.