Rockaway Emergency Plan: (Facebook) Recent post:
Calling all photogs: The Museum of the City of New York today announced plans to showcase iconic images of the storm – from the region’s preparations to acts of heroism to and resiliency and rebuilding of communities in the greater New York City metropolitan area.
Submit! Show your experiences from October 29 to the present. Also doubles as @RockawayHelp on Twitter: Now begins the “tedious but necessary process of looking towards the future.” Sustainability summit in #Rockaway http://rockawayhelp.com/as-climate-cha NewYorkTrue.com See video reports about Rockaway and Hurricane Sandy by John Kenny. @MJ_ Bernowitz follow her on Twitter as this Rockaway resident offers news and information about relief services. @Respond_ Rebuild Disaster relief collective working with Occupy Sandy to address the public health threat of mold in homes in Rockaway and other NYC areas. Recent tweet: you want to see greener rebuilding happening in the #Rockaways post #Sandy help fund the redesign of @113YANA Believe In Belle Harbor
(believeinbelleharbor.com). About: community project founded by the Roberts family, whose deep roots in Belle Harbor extend for more than sixty years and several generations. By making a donation or volunteering your time with Believe in Belle Harbor, you can make an immediate difference in the lives of the Belle Harbor families who have already given so much to New York and to the country. Point Breeze Fire Department (Facebook) Recent post: Please Share and spread the word. Habitat for Humanity of Westchester is down in breezy everyday working hard to restore homes. They are in need of volunteers and some trays of food to feed the volunteers. Rponlinenews.com: The web home of The Pointer. (The Rockaway Point News) Want to know the latest on all things Breezy Point? Start here. RestoreRockaway.org and Restore Rockaway (Facebook). They look to support local businesses & post things like fun-sounding fundraisers (Drink To Restore Rockaway!). RYTF (Rockaway Youth Task Force) Follow this group on twitter and on Facebook. This group built around young people breaks news and keeps followers informed about meetings and events. You’re Probably From Broad Channel, a Facebook community about BC. Rockaway United (Facebook) Want to keep up to the minute about issues affecting the beach, sand, jetties, you name it? Start here. Friends of Rockaway (friendsofrockaway.org) has one goal in mind: rebuild Rockaway Park, NY. This group recently partnered with New York Cares to help residents with mold removal and gutting and other services. Free. Check them out.