CAMDEN, N.J. — Catholic Charities affiliates are continuing to respond to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy as another storm heads for the region.
“While the storm has passed, the aftermath continues, as thousands are still without power, communities face the risk of floods, and those living on the margins of society struggle to stay afloat,” Father Larry Snyder, Catholic Charities USA president, said Nov. 6.
Kevin Hickey, executive director at Catholic Charities of Camden, N.J., echoed Father Snyder’s sentiments.
“Ever since Sandy hit, it’s been very cold here,” Hickey said on Nov. 6. “You can imagine folks without power. There’s some real suffering going on.”
He said that New...READ MORE