Operation Blessing Helping Areas Hit Hardest by Sandy

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Operation Blessing is on the move, deploying to the areas along the East Coast hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy.

The charity group is working to provide hot meals and water to people affected by the storm.

Through the use of their mobile kitchen, Operation Blessing is able to serve up to 2,000 hot meals a day. They will also assist in debris clean up.

The group is also providing kerosene heaters to help residents battling cold conditions without power.

On Monday, Operation Blessing had already begun working in one local neighborhood as Sandy began flooding areas in Virginia. They helped provide sandbags and protect one church from the high waters.

The charity organization was in Haiti last week as Sandy churned through the Caribbean, working to help prevent another cholera outbreak from spreading in the storm's wake.

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