Detroiters Helping Feed Sandy Victims

By Jorge Avellan
By Peter Neumann

November 9, 2012

OAK PARK, Mi. (My TV 20 News at Ten) --- Forgotten Harvest volunteers are packing twenty-eight thousand pounds of tomatoes and peppers that will be shipped to those affected by hurricane Sandy in New York City.

The Oak Park food agency says their offering help now because many of the food banks in the affected areas just got their power back.

You can help the victims by making food or monetary donations to "Forgotten Harvest".

My TV 20's Jorge Avellan has the story.

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