I Heart NYC

A huge part of Manhattan and most areas of Long Island are without power after hurricane Sandy. Electricity is such a huge part of our daily lives. My heart goes out to everyone affected. When I see kind moments like this, I can’t help but smile and think I <3 NYC. Did you come across any other acts of kindness during the aftermath of Sandy? Post them in a comment below!

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  1. This is encouraging!
    Thinking of NYC and wishing our best to the people affected there.

  2. This is great! Generosity at it’s best.

  3. Some kids on Smith Street set up a hot cocoa stand yesterday. I only moved to Brooklyn four weeks ago (from the UK) and have learned a lot about my neighbourhood in the last few days – all of it good!

  4. Supply donation drop-off set up in an apartment in Astoria, Queens for those evacuated/flooded in the housing projects next to the East River. They got so many donations, they had to shut down around 7pm… 2 hours earlier than expected.

  5. This reminds me of Hurricane Ike when our dear neighbors across the street (who had power) helped us string a power cord through the trees and across the street to our house for 2 weeks!

  6. Tacombi in Nolita opened its doors with free food for hungry passerby’s.

  7. So touching and inspiring…

  8. So simple, generous and kind.

    I love this sort of creative and wonderful acts of kindness.