October 29th, 2013
11:02 AM ET

Volunteers Come Together After Superstorm Sandy

In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Staten Island, New York, volunteer organization comes together to help repair 2,000 homes without using a single federal dollar. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.

An all-volunteer organization called "Yellow Boots" formed after Superstorm Sandy.

Jason Vogel, a Yellow Boots contributor, says 'I'm not looking for anything, I'm not looking for anything at all. I just want to be there to help because if I wasn't here, and this were to happen to my family, I would want someone to be out there to help my family."

If you would like to donate your time or contribute, visit www.yellowboots.org.

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  1. James M. Head

    If what for FEMA and your Insurance companies to make sure your home is rebuilt and your not Homeless you be waiting and waiting and waiting.
    Thanks YELLOW BOOTS VOLUNTEERS for Stepping in and Getting the Job Done.

    October 29, 2013 at 5:40 pm | Reply

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