The East Quogue Methodist Church is offering breakfast on Sunday, starting at 10 a.m. to anyone still without power.
The church is also open to anyone that would like to simply warm up and re-charge, according to Liz Jackson, who has started a Facebook Page, called Hometown Help: East Quogue Recovery Efforts post-Hurricane Sandy, which is aimed at helping people in the East Quogue community who are affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
According to Jackson, the church is also accepting donations of canned goods, clothing, coats and other items. Donations can be dropped off at the church between 10 a.m. and noon on Sunday. Pick-up is also available.
Jackson said she started the site a day after Sandy hit and since has been working on outreach, also providing meals in the evening to those without power and helping to find homes for displaced families.
For additional ways to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy, click here and for more on the aftermath of Sandy, click here.
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