Nov 7, 2012 5:19 AM
As millions of people continue to struggle to recover from the ravages of superstorm Sandy, a group of Kentucky Southern Baptists is lending a helping hand.
More than 100 volunteers with Kentucky Southern Baptist Relief set up on Staten Island, unloading, unpacking warming and serving food to those in need.
Residents expressed their appreciation.
"People are coming from all over, which is wonderful. And these people don't get paid. It's all out of the graces of their heart. What more could you ask for? And they do it with love," Joseph DiMartino said.
A spokesperson for Kentucky Baptist Relief says they are trying to round up another 50 volunteers. The new group could head to New York as early as Thursday.
For more information on the organization, click HERE.