Hi. My name is Zack Siddell. I'm the Rebuild Operations Coordinator with NECHAMA, Jewish Response to Disaster. We're located here on Staten Island doing rebuilding and gutting projects. We've been here since right after the storm. Initially our goal was ... was ... gutting ... umm ... taking out all mold infected items ... out of the house, and just ... ah ... that's what NECHAMA's used to, but now we're branching out ... we're trying to change. We're starting up the ... the rebuild process. We hope to be here for a good long time from here on out ... doing ... right now our goal is to help as many families as we can just get back to a sense of normalcy, get back to their life by doing the finishing work and like the drywall and insulation and things like that. Just getting them set up. So they can basically get back on their feet and get returned to their life. Today we're about a thousand feet from the shoreline working on a rebuild project doing ... installing insulation and drywall. We're working with a local family who has survived Hurricane Sandy. I'm Eileen Pepel and I'm a disaster survivor from Hurricane Sandy. Umm ... the smell was what really overwhelmed me. Everything on our whole first floor was destroyed, turned upside down. Behind me I have a team of nine individuals from AmeriCorps NCCC. They flew out from ... all the way from California to come out to work with us and to do some good work. They've been out here for about I believe about a month or so and ... but we've had them for the last week and a half and ah ... we've been having them do gutting jobs and also working on the rebuild of this home here. For me personally, what impacts me the most is the relationships you build with the homeowners. It's very exhausting work, but it's so rewarding when you have that connection with the homeowner. So I'd say that for me at least that's the most powerful thing I've experienced ... it's just that relationship you build.