ALLENTOWN, Pa. - On our website, www.wfmz.com, we have a list of groups from around the Lehigh Valley, and from all over, that are teaming together to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
One of those groups is made up of "community warriors."
Community Warriors is an organization that has given back in many ways, and, in the wake of last week's hurricane, it is working hard to help victims as quickly as possible.
Founder Tracey Saab and Kristine Ortiz, a volunteer for "Reach the Beach from the Lehigh Valley/PA" stopped by 69 News at Sunrise to tell us more.
For more information, including drop-off locations: http://www.wfmz.com/news/news-national/Sandy-cut-quite-a-path-in-the-NE-How-can-you-help/-/132552/17268662/-/105snuq/-/index.html
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