As Cleanup continues from super storm Sandy, many have been displaced from their homes.
Realtor Jeff Quinton has been working with owners of the countless investment properties in Ocean City; with the goal of helping those in the community have a temporary home while their own houses are being rebuilt.
Quinton says that even though he came up with the idea, he's thankful that other companies have been joining in.
Sally Donnelly is benefiting from an owner donating their rental property.
A life–long Ocean City resident, this is the first time something like sandy has ever happened to her.
"This has been something that I've never experienced, it's humbled me, and to see the outpouring of people has just overwhelmed me. To think that people would do that and just welcome us into their home," said Donnelly
Donnelly is thankful to be returning to work and being able to live as normal a life as possible in the aftermath of the storm.
Meanwhile, Jeff Quinton says around 150 families in Ocean City have been displaced by sandy, and is encouraging property owners to step up and donate.
Quinton has also been working with the web site www.ocnjcare.org to recruit volunteers in Ocean City's cleanup efforts, and you can log on there to find chances to help.