Faces of Sandy: Compassion

Tonight as you drive home after work to your waiting families, hot meals, warm beds and hugs, spare a moment to think about the people who have lost so much. Red Crossers from all over are helping out in NJ and so many of you are helping each other. Keep it going!

These images struck a cord with us for the palpable compassion that they portray. We’d love to see your photos showing compassion in your community! Send them to Priyanka Joshi, Communications Manager at: priyanka.joshi@redcross.org

November 8, 2012. Mahwah, New Jersey. Red Cross nurse volunteer Mickey Powell fixes Mary Van Saders’ bandage in a Northern New Jersey Red Cross shelter that took in victims of Hurricane Sandy from some of the hardest hit areas in New Jersey including Moonachie. Photo by Talia Frenkel/American Red Cross.

November 8, 2012. Long Island, New York. Red Cross volunteer Janet “Shorty” Decov provides Long Island resident Barry Weinshank comfort, hope, and a nourishing meal. Photo by Jason Colston/American Red Cross

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