The Mazel School, located on the corner of Neptune Avenue and Brighton Sixth Street, was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. The storm ravaged the school’s structure, equipment, educational materials and religious artifacts.

Flooding wrecked the entire first floor, which houses administrative rooms and classes for grades K through 3. Computers were destroyed, books were lost, and windows were shattered. Also lost were irreplaceable drawings, paintings, and projects, which gave the school’s classrooms unique personalities.

The video above is a montage of photographs from the school’s devastation providing a link to donate funds in order to expedite the institution’s recovery. You can also donate by clicking here.

 

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