Steve Savitsky interviews the IPA’s Nathan Diament about the effort to get FEMA funding for synagogues that sustained damage in Sandy.
“I’m going to take my boys and leave because if we stay any longer, I’ll start crying.”
We must deny Sandy the ability to take more than she already has.
Steve’s interview with Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone, Regional director of New York NCSY, about the tremendous acts of hospitality, kindness and general heroism following Sandy.
How to transcend your challenges.
Steve Savitsky talks with Judah Isaacs, Director of Community Engagement at the Orthodox Union, about the funds raised for victims of Sandy and what’s been achieved.
It was with great sadness that I visited Manhattan Beach Jewish Center last week and saw what the catering hall looked like after Hurricane Sandy had filled it with five feet of water.
Release date: NOVEMBER 16, 2012 Release Number: 4086-014 TRENTON, N.J.– It’s important to know the difference between myth and fact in the aftermath of a hurricane. Survivors need accurate information […]
As we are aware, countless families in the NY/NJ area recently lost their homes and possessions to Hurricane Sandy. A lack of power, bad weather, and the sheer volume of […]