Mick Fleetwood, the Gaslight Anthem, the Avett Brothers, Nicole Atkins, Passion Pit and others have united with Move for Hunger's RebuildRecover to help restore New Jersey coastal towns devastated last month by Hurricane Sandy. As part of the efforts, these artists have recorded public service announcements asking for your help. "We're all in this together, for the long haul," says Fleetwood. "We are restoring, rebuilding and recovering the communities that are so dear to our hearts by getting donations directly to those in need." All donations will support relief efforts.
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