Occupy Sandy: Wall Street protest Group Finds new Cause Delivering Aid to Storm Victims

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NEW YORK –  You might be surprised at what  has become a lauded and effective relief organization for victims of Superstorm  Sandy: Occupy Wall Street.

Social media savvy helped Occupy protesters create a grass-roots global  movement last year. Now that’s helping them fan out across New York to deliver  aid including medicines, blankets, food and water.

They took food and water to 53-year-old Glenn Nisall in his devastated Queens  neighborhood. He says “I’m one of the 99 percent.”

Occupy Sandy started at a Brooklyn church the day after the storm. Occupiers  set up a base of operations there and then used social media to spread the word  and get donations.

Source: Fox News

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