Nonprofit World Renew helps Hurricane Sandy victims who still need help

The organization will be in southwestern Connecticut for the next two weeks.

The organization will be in southwestern Connecticut for the next two weeks. (3/14/14)

MILFORD - Volunteers with the group World Renew were in Milford and Bridgeport Friday to find those who still need help recovering after Hurricane Sandy.

The 20 volunteers with the nonprofit organization came from across the country to help those with unmet needs. 

The organization will be in southwestern Connecticut for the next two weeks. All the information they gather will be turned over to the group CT Rises, which will then match individuals up with the resources they need.

The volunteers are setting up several walk-in centers, which will open starting next week.

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