Mon, Feb 18, 2013
Over three months after Hurricane Sandy hit New York city, hundreds still struggle without heat and electricity. This lack of basic amenities inevitably leads to a shortage of food.
“Occupy Sandy” volunteers have created an elaborate food distribution network that provides more than 1,000 meals on a daily basis to relief centers in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The food is cooked and packaged by volunteers in the “Occupy Sandy” kitchen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, and is transported to the affected areas by volunteer drivers.