With New Yorkers struggling to clean after superstorm Sandy, St. Saviour H.S. students wanted to make sure those affected had the tools they needed to complete the daunting tasks.
The Park Slope high school collected 60 buckets filled with various cleaning supplies to donate to the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The packages were labeled “Buckets of Love.”
Fifteen buckets were sent to the Red Cross in Staten Island through the organization Open Doors and Open Windows. Sheila Scarlett, mother of St. Saviour senior Samantha Scarlett, coordinated the effort.
The remaining buckets went to St Saviour alumnae in affected areas of Brooklyn and Rockaway.