Do The KIND Thing: Rebuild a firefighter's home

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Donate here and share this video. Each view will equate to another $1 towards this project up to an additional $5,000: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDiqDroySB4

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Thousands of homes destroyed. Millions of lives changed forever. The crazy part? Hurricane Sandy was almost one year ago and lives are still being affected today.

John Gelalia's story is especially powerful. The retired New Jersey firefighter saved countless lives and homes after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on his town and the East Coast. Although John's own home was thankfully sustained, everything in it was destroyed: his furniture, all of his belongings, flooring, electricity; everything. John was living in FEMA house shelters up until March when, without anywhere else to go, he returned to his completely gutted house where he has been living since.

How KIND and Waves for Water are making a difference: Knowing all he did for those during the super storm and the unfortunate challenges he is facing today, KIND felt it necessary to take action and will be partnering with Waves for Water to complete a $10,000 renovation on John’s home.

While $10,000 will help, we are looking to the community to help further our initiative through one of the following steps:

DONATE directly to Waves for Water through this page.

WATCH and SHARE this story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDiqDroySB4 about Jon Rose and Waves for Water

Watching this story will not only help shed light on this issue, but KIND will also donate an additional $1 to the renovation project for each view (up to $5,000).

All Donations go directly to:

Hurricane Sandy Relief Initiative

Waves for Water has coordinated a full-fledged Hurricane Relief Initiative in response to Super Storm Sandy that has absolutely decimated the North Eastern seaboard. Though we normally focus on clean water,… More

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Destination Northeastern Seaboard - United States

 
Funds Raised
$134 of $5,000

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