The recovery from Sandy continued on Sunday at "Renault Winery" where hundreds gathered to raise money to help rebuild schools damaged from the storm.
The organizers of "Band-Aid" are doing their part by giving back to New Jersey elementary schools that are still picking up the pieces.
"They are in gymnasiums, they are in high schools, and they are getting taught out of libraries. Teachers are displaced. Everything that took them years to collect, from the rugs on the grounds where they read books to posters on the wall, and everything in between has been completely ruined," said organizer, Jasmine Kienzle.
The Sunday night benefit raised money through music and raffles.
Many local businesses and even a few major sponsors donated to the cause, all of which say they were more than willing to lend a helping hand.
The schools that suffered the most damage are in Ocean County where both students and teachers are still working despite missing many of the basics.
"They lost books. And notebooks and a lot of resources that they need to get a really good education," said NJEA spokesperson, Kathy Coulibaly.
And making sure the students are learning everything that they can in a safe environment is what organizers say was the most important goal of the night.