Faces of Sandy: Presence

In the aftermath of Sandy, the Red Cross was present throughout New Jersey, from feeding hot meals to thousands via our trucks to giving one on one attention to someone who needed it.

Emma Fuller age 7 with mental health volunteer in Monmouth Park Shelter.
“You can tell your bear any story you want. He is yours to keep. He will be here when you tell him the story about when you’re going home.” Sharon Friedman, Red Cross Mental Health Volunteer and retired teacher. Monmouth County New Jersey. Photo credit: Nigel Holderby/American Red Cross

A Red Cross truck patrols neighborhoods distributing hot meals, water and snacks to people affected by hurricane Sandy. Photo by Talia Frenkel/American Red Cross.

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