I'll start with a photo record of my two weeks in NYC: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151334759114434.526892.69290729433&type=1&l=6ce96ee71c.
Bob Wallace, one of my Public Affairs teammates, caught up with Niagara Falls own Mike Hoplight, and like us, Bob was amazed at everything Mike does for the Red Cross: http://newsroom.redcross.org/2012/11/24/story-mike-hoplight/.
I met this gentleman-who's also a judge-a week and a half ago, working on his day off to help those in Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood (special thanks to my good friend Alyson Roach for putting the final story together): http://newsroom.redcross.org/2012/11/24/story-5/#more-10395.
This one isn't a link, but Julie Krizen's story of a man we met at a union meeting to inform members of services available to them:
|The remains of Michael O'Hanlon's Breezy Point home.|
Michael says his wife loves the meals the Red Cross provides.
Together with the amazing Katie Wilkes-who gave up a vacation in Australia to volunteer with the Red Cross-we met Miss Cynthia, who's passion and dedication is off the charts: http://newsroom.redcross.org/2012/11/27/story-red-cross-delivers-hope/#more-10409.
Of course, the Red Cross can't be there for our neighbors in need without the support of the American public. These high schoolers from Ohio made some beautiful music to help those affected by Sandy; https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152250511190618&set=a.372557220617.346307.299568830617&type=1&theater
And just in case you're still not impressed by the sacrifices of Red Cross volunteers, check out this Wall Street Journal story on how a hundred or so of them have been living while helping those most affected by Sandy: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323830404578145121283796906.html?mod=WSJ_NY_RealEstate_LEFTTopStories.