Community, Charity & Cause, Local News
By Amy Gernon
Published: November 20 2012
Long Island food pantries have been actively involved in the relief effort following Superstorm Sandy, but are now worried that they will be unable to meet the annual need for Thanksgiving dinners.
In the weeks following Superstorm Sandy, Long Islanders have been turning out in hordes to help their neighbors rebuild, as well as donating clothings, supplies and non-perishable food items. But the large-scale need caused by Sandy, as well as its proximity to Thanksgiving, now just a few days away, has left some of Long Island’s largest charities worried that some families won’t have their turkey this year.
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