Found November 09, 2012 on Helmet2Helmet:
As the citizens of New Jersey put the pieces back together in the wake of Hurricane Sandy's devastating effects, one little resident is doing a big solid. 10-year-old Raymond of Toms River, N.J., is selling his "most prized possession" -- a football autographed by Giants receivers Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz -- with the money going toward Sandy relief efforts. 94.3 The Point, a radio station based along the Jersey Shore, has established a "Restore The Shore" campaign, joining forces with Townsquare Media and Hometown Heroes to assist and benefit those impacted by the recent superstorm. Raymond lives in an area where many people are still displaced, having lost valuables, shelter and, unfortunately, friends and family. His gesture, which he proposed on his own accord, will hopefully go on to help a ravaged community. If anyone is interested in making an offer or learning more of the cause, follow the aforementioned link and send an email to the ap...
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