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In the aftermath of superstorrm Sandy, Kris Missano, (Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas)

In the aftermath of superstorrm Sandy, Kris Missano, center, and her husband Chris, right, lost most of their belongings and sustained major damage to their home from flooding. Christopher Mallon, left, of Ft. Worth Texas presented the Missanos with $1300 to help the family recover. Mallon and his wife Joyce, both former Long Islanders, raised $2600 through Facebook to help the Missanos as well as a family on Staten Island. Mallon drove up from Texas in a van filled with food donations that he gave to Island Harvest to distribute to those in need. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Island Harvest helps Sandy victims

Photos of volunteers from Island Harvest, a relief organization, and how they've helped Hurricane Sandy victims get back on their feet.

Volunteers Joann Cann, left, of Centereach and Rebecca
(Credit: Johnny Milano)

Volunteers Joann Cann, left, of Centereach and Rebecca Dooley of Melville help prepare Island Harvest tables set up at Farmingdale State College on Route 110 to accomodate those who have been left homeless and in need of food, shelter, and basic necessities. Other organizations, like the American Red Cross and Bethpage Credit Union, were also there to provide hot meals and drinks. (Nov. 7, 2012)

Volunteers help prepare Island Harvest tables set up
(Credit: Johnny Milano)

Volunteers help prepare Island Harvest tables set up at Farmingdale State College on Route 110 to accomodate for those who have been left homeless and in need of food, shelter, and basic necesseties. (Nov. 7, 2012)

In the aftermath of superstorrm Sandy, Kris Missano,
(Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas)

In the aftermath of superstorrm Sandy, Kris Missano, center, and her husband Chris, right, lost most of their belongings and sustained major damage to their home from flooding. Christopher Mallon, left, of Ft. Worth Texas presented the Missanos with $1300 to help the family recover. Mallon and his wife Joyce, both former Long Islanders, raised $2600 through Facebook to help the Missanos as well as a family on Staten Island. Mallon drove up from Texas in a van filled with food donations that he gave to Island Harvest to distribute to those in need. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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Volunteers Joann Cann, left, of Centereach and Rebecca
(Credit: Johnny Milano)

Volunteers Joann Cann, left, of Centereach and Rebecca Dooley of Melville help prepare Island Harvest tables set up at Farmingdale State College on Route 110 to accommodate those who have been left homeless and in need of food, shelter, and basic necessities. Other organizations, like the American Red Cross and Bethpage Credit Union, were also there to provide hot meals and drinks. (Nov. 7, 2012)

Joann Cann (left) of Centerreach and Rebecca Dooley
(Credit: Johnny Milano)

Joann Cann (left) of Centerreach and Rebecca Dooley of Melville, both volunteers, help prepare Island Harvest tables set up at Farmingdale State College on Route 110 to accomodate for those who have been left homeless and in need of food, shelter, and basic necesseties. Other organizations like the American Red Cross and Bethpage Credit Union were also there to provide hot meals and drinks. (Nov. 7, 2012)

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