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Volunteering

We found three organizations worth checking out.
Thanksgiving's a good time as any to take stock of those in need of a hot meal or warm coat.
A new effort is underway in New York to set vulnerable people up with subway escorts on their commutes around the city.
'The people of New York responded to our anguish with a tremendous amount of support and vigilance.'
Here's a roundup of ways to volunteer your support to those in need.
Today, we're happy to bring you three stories of Hurricane heroes submitted by tipsters.
Lots of New Yorkers have chipped in to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy, in ways both large and small. We want to hear the stories of your hurricane heroes.
Former Gothamist staff writer Jamie Feldmar volunteered in Red Hook on Friday, and offered some advice for everyone who wants to pitch in, as well as a first hand account of helping a neighborhood business.
Hurricane Irene caused the New York Blood Bank to lose out on about 2,000 donations.
There's an excellent Vows column in this week's NY Times Weddings
The city continued to be be stunned over the murder of
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