5. More Than A Camera Store
Adorama, a local electronics store, let people know that they were open to charge your electronic devices and not just selling theirs.
4. Power of the News
Wes Anderson, a famed news reporter, set up a power station using one of the news trucks to make sure everyone could call home or those they loved.
3. Making Magic
This young boy was doing his part to help the victims of Sandy by doing magic tricks for spare change or whatever you decide to donate.
2. Food Across the Way
A restaurant called Charrito’s in Hoboken, New Jersey helped out the victims of Hurricane Sandy by handing out free food.
1. Information for the Masses
With no power means almost no news via television and sometimes smartphones, one helpful citizen provided much needed information about traffic, schools, and a supply of free tacos for those that need food.