Hurricane Sandy – Small Acts of Kindness

11 Nov

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Hurricane Sandy and the NorthEasterner storm has come and gone! Leaving such devastation and so, so many people in despair, trying to overcome the shock of their lives changed!

The disaster also shows the resiliency of people and how the little things that matter! There are so many acts of kindness being displayed! When at the time of need, there are people who do care!

Here is just one wonderful act, that I had to share! Hurricane Sandy with its destruction had torn up over 100,000 homes, people’s belongings unrecoverable! However this one young lady noticed photos and belongings near her home; where she decided to hold on them and display them in her yard!

Amanda Casella, a 17-year-old high school senior from Tottenville, found hundreds of photos strewn throughout the woods in her neighborhood and said she wants to get them back to whoever they belong to.

If by chance, just a mere hope that she could return a little happiness…anyone could have one of their memories back….it’s just such a great thing that she wanted to do! 🙂

Kudos to you AMANDA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I plan to help out too, with Thanksgiving being here in a few weeks, the families are going to need to have a hot meal, food goods and some encouraging hope to hang in there for the recovery months ahead. People do care and don’t think you have to do something big, it’s the small things too!

Letia 🙂

If you are interested in donating to the Red Cross, please press the icon located under the area titled Hurricane Sandy on the right! Photos credit, CBS 2.

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