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Hurricane Sandy News - United Way of New York City

Posted: 11/28/2012

United Way of New York City is awarding $100,000 in grants to local community-based organizations that were severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy in some of the most devastated communities.

Selected grantees were each damaged by the Hurricane but have found ways to continue to serve their clients. The grant money will provide these organizations with immediate relief.

The organizations receiving grants in Brooklyn are: CAMBA, Coney Island Light House Mission/ACTS Community Development Corporation, YWCA/Roberta Bright Early Learning Center, Added Value and Herban Solutions, Inc., Center for Court Innovation/Red Hook Justice Center.

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