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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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The news quickly spread to the members of CTeen’s Teaneck, New Jersey, chapter: Oceanside, New York, was badly hurting from the fierce winds of Hurricane Sandy.
Rabbi Zushe Winner, Chabad Rabbi of West Brighton Beach, knows that despite the darkness that envelops his community, there is light amidst the devastation.
When Hurricane Sandy hit, Chabad communities across the country wanted to help. “What can we do? Where can we donate?” was the overwhelming sentiment.
These have been anything but regular days at Chabad of the Five Towns. The synagogue and community center has become a shelter, providing food and comfort to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Chabad and Agudath Shalom of Stamford, Connecticut Loading up a truck to take much needed supplies to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The Chabad Neshama Preschool is back in session after Sandy. The students learned to love and help those in need.
Volunteers from Chabad of Midtown and JCorps board buses and join Hurricane Sandy relief efforts on Long Island.
Even with entire neighborhoods in the dark and devastation stretching for miles, glimmers of life returning to normal could be seen all across the northeastern United States.
A few hours after Shabbat I contacted Rabbi Eli Goodman, who, along with the rest of the Long Beach, New York, community, lost his entire home and Synagogue to Hurricane Sandy’s wrath. I wanted to help. “What can I do?” I asked.
This morning we meet in front of Lubavitch Headquarters, 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, eager to volunteer for hurricane relief. Chaim Lazarus has managed to borrow a bus with a tank full of gas to get us to Seagate, a community hard hit by Sandy.
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