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AIA New York: The New York chapter of the AIA began helping architects get involved in the relief effort just a few days after the storm. On Thursday, November 15, the AIA's Center for Architecture will hold a fundraiser hosted by New York Times chief architecture critic Michael Kimmelman. Read more here: Designing the City After Superstorm Sandy
Architecture for Humanity: The organization recently surveyed 140 miles of coastline and issued a report on its findings. Read about their work so far and future plans to aid the recovery: News from the Ground: Diversity of Sandy's Coastal Damage
OccupySandy: An offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement is helping to distribute resources and coordinate volunteers in areas hardest hit by the hurricane.
Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City: The City Hall affiliated nonprofit is supporting efforts and organizations that are helping with Hurricane Sandy relief throughout the city.
Airbnb: The house sharing site has set up a free service to connect people displaced by the hurricane with people offering places to stay.
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