As you all know, gapingvoid’s New York connections run deep. So of course, we wanted to help make a difference in the utterly horrifying wake of Hurricane Sandy…
We made a video to help out the American Red Cross, a truly amazing organization, that YEAH, needs our help. Badly.
Please donate what you can, as soon as you can. And feel free to share/use the video as you see fit, to help out/help spread the word. Thank you.
P.S. The video is a positive message of Hope, partially inspired by The Smiths/Johnny Marr song, “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”.
A totally appropriate thought for “The City That Never Sleeps”, sure, but it’s also applies to the human spirit, something that blesses New York in abundance. As long as New York endures, as long as the light shines bright there, I have hope in humanity. It’s that simple.
I realize that Sandy hit more than New York City, but the lights going out in our old neighborhoods really affected us personally. (Jason grew up in Long Island and was there for five days, in darkness, after it hit; I used to live in Manhattan as well) .
For my friends in New York and nearby, this is for you. Godbless.