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Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund
Sean D. Elliot, Photographer, Photo Editor
Norwich | CT | USA | Posted: 9:13 PM on 11.19.12
->> The NPPA and NPPF have launched a fund-raising effort to help our colleagues who's lives were devastated by Hurricane Sandy:

https://www.nppa.org/news/26036

on a related note (also mentioned in the linked story above), Shoot 4 Change has launched an effort to help residents of the affected areas salvage their damaged photographs:

http://www.shoot4change.net/?p=9053
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Jack Megaw, Photographer
London | UK | United Kingdom | Posted: 4:58 PM on 11.21.12
->> Just wanted to bump this up again...it's a very important cause.

"In addition to photojournalist Al Bello's home being destroyed for the second time in as many years by storm surges (see earlier story), New York Daily News night photo editor Kevin Coughlin told News Photographer magazine that his home in Freeport, NY, was also destroyed. Coughlin's house is currently being ripped out by a demolition crew and treated for mold. He also reports that former Newsday staff photographer Paul Bereswill had his Freeport house destroyed by the storm, along with Daily News staff photographer Debbie Egan-Chin's house in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens. And photojournalist Mark Dye's apartment, his possessions, and car were destroyed in the storm."
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Sean D. Elliot, Photographer, Photo Editor
Norwich | CT | USA | Posted: 1:11 PM on 11.27.12
->> Thanks for the bump Jack. There is still time to donate. Think of those who've lost their homes in this holiday season and do what you can to help.
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David A. Cantor, Photographer, Photo Editor
Toledo | OH | USA | Posted: 12:32 PM on 11.28.12
->> Time to give back to some people who have given us some great work and inspiration.

https://www.nppa.org/news/26036
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David A. Cantor, Photographer, Photo Editor
Toledo | OH | USA | Posted: 11:41 AM on 12.04.12
->> bump
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David A. Cantor, Photographer, Photo Editor
Toledo | OH | USA | Posted: 3:45 PM on 12.12.12
->> https://www.nppa.org/news/26566
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