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    Default Vallely hurricane relief fund

    http://mikevallely.com/hurricane-sandy-relief-board/

    New Jerseys own Mike Vallely has started his own hurricane sandy relief fund. He has hooked up with NJ Skateshop to help distribute the funds.
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    Mike V is a beast. He will always be a skater who I am proud to look up to.

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    Cool. I know some folks from Boston that are on their THIRD trip to bring supplies and cash to people still hurting in the Sandy Zone.



    It's pretty clear that the informal groups of folks from nearby municipalities are helping out a lot more than the Red Cross is there.

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    the red cross is a useless, corrupt organization that does jack **** to actually help people.. they use all their money on whatever they and use photo ops and publicity to make people think they're helping while they give useless **** to those in need. private individuals and groups responded way quicker than red cross and fema and **** in nyc, such as

    http://vimeo.com/52940982
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    Yep, red cross hasn't been legit since WWII

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