Website helps connect Sandy victims to those offering aid - NBC40.net

Website helps connect Sandy victims to those offering aid

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A unique new website has been created in the aftermath of Sandy.

For Karen Dunn, the emotional and physical destruction of sandy is still fresh in her mind.

Her home on Drexel Avenue was completely flooded by the storm, and cleanup has just begun.

But thanks to shorehelpers.com, which is aimed at connecting those in south jersey who want to help with those who need it, people have been coming to her aid.

These results are exactly what the site's co-founders Glen Crawford and Ed Keidat.

Shorehelpers.com is already looking to expand to help towns in ocean and Monmouth County, and even as north as Staten Island, New York, an area also ravaged by sandy.

Needless to say, they have been more than happy with how people have answered their call.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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