Photo by Mariko Kosaka.

Helping with Sandy recovery knows no age limit, as this picture shows us. It’s from the distribution of MREs, water and other supplies by military personnel in Red Hook yesterday. Which makes us ask, if this kid can do it, why haven’t you? Find out how you can help here. For more photos of adorable children being adorable, see the rest of Kosaka’s album here.

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  1. Actually, very often you can be too young to volunteer. Small children can get underfoot and in the way, at risk to their own safety as well as slowing down relief efforts. That’s why many places that have called for volunteers specifically ask people not to bring their children.

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