Category Archives: 9/11 Community Supports Victims of Terrorism and Disaster

New York City Police Museum temporary site closed

Please note that the New York City Police Museum’s temporary quarters at 45 Wall Street have closed as of October 25, 2014. Please see their website for details about the museum. The New York City Police Museum, formerly located at 100 Peck Slip in lower Manhattan, was severely damaged on October 28, 2012 by Hurricane […]

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Did you lose this photo during Hurricane Sandy?

Wedding photo - one of many found in Staten Island after Hurricane Sandy

By Virginia N. Sherry Staten Island Advance NEW DORP BEACH — Patricia and Dominick Guinta, homeowners on hideaway Seafoam Street close to the shore in New Dorp Beach, know something about loss. Hurricane Sandy’s destructive surge inundated their home with 11 feet of water almost two years ago, and the couple lost everything on the […]

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Fundraiser to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy

By Carol Ann Benanti Staten Island Advance Keith Manfredi, co-founder of the Joseph Maffeo Foundation and president of Educational Performance Tours, a travel and tour company specializing in student travel, in conjunction with the Stephen Siller Foundation, will host a Hurricane Relief Concert come March 22 at the historic St. George Theatre. The “Philanthropic Performance […]

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