Oct 29, 2013 by Kellie Scholma
“We were at a home improvement store in October, and a local pastor recognized our green shirts from World Renew,” say volunteers Rich and Phyl Grevenstuk “The pastor said that he knew of a family that was homeless and still living in their van as a result of Super-storm Sandy. He asked if we could help them.”
The Grevenstuks are project managers on World Renew’s Super-storm Sandy reconstruction site in Ocean County, New Jersey. One year after Super-storm Sandy, about 26,000 people, like this couple, are still in temporary housing or homeless.