Mormons Continue Aid for Neighbors of Sandy Disaster Into New Year

by | Dec. 28, 2012

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Mormon Helping Hands (MHH) volunteers have made a significant dent in the cleanup after Hurricane Sandy in late October.

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who make up a large part of MHH, began almost immediately after the hurricane, helping the thousands of people devastated by the super storm.

To date more than 28,000 MHH volunteers have given of their time, totaling over 275,000 hours.

“I can't thank all the volunteers enough for all the amazing help my family received!” wrote Kelly-Ann Mcmullan-Preiss of Belle Harbor, New York, on the New York Metro Mormon Helping Hands Facebook page. “You will all be forever in our hearts!”

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